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Dr Moira Graham

Lecturer in Public Health / Graduate Research Director in the School of Health and Social Work

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Paramedical, Perioperative and Advanced Practice

Summary

Dr Graham is the Graduate Research Director for the School of Health and Social Work and is responsible for the admissions, pastoral care and progress monitoring of PhD students. She is a public health nurse / health visitor with a combined practice and teaching career extending over 25 years. She teaches specialist community and public health nursing.

Recent outputs

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Digital Artefact

Barriers to hand hygiene practices among healthcare workers In Sub-saharan African countries: a narrative review

Ataiyero, Y., Dyson, J., & Graham, M. (in press). Barriers to hand hygiene practices among healthcare workers In Sub-saharan African countries: a narrative review

Journal Article

Barriers to hand hygiene practices among health care workers in sub-Saharan African countries: A narrative review

Ataiyero, Y., Dyson, J., & Graham, M. (2019). Barriers to hand hygiene practices among health care workers in sub-Saharan African countries: A narrative review. American Journal of Infection Control, 47(5), 565-573. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajic.2018.09.014

Early fatherhood: A mapping of the evidence base relating to pregnancy prevention and parenting support

Trivedi, D., Brooks, F., Bunn, F., & Graham, M. (2009). Early fatherhood: A mapping of the evidence base relating to pregnancy prevention and parenting support. Health education research, 24(6), 999-1028. doi:10.1093/her/cyp025

Report

Teenage pregnancy and parenthood: A descriptive mapping of research studies exploring the role of general practitioners, nurses, health visitors and midwives, young fathers, young men and peers.

Trivedi, D., Bunn, F., Graham, M., & Wentz, R. (2007). Teenage pregnancy and parenthood: A descriptive mapping of research studies exploring the role of general practitioners, nurses, health visitors and midwives, young fathers, young men and peers. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence

Thesis

It's about family innit: Towards an understanding of the lives and experiences of teenage mothers and fathers as they make the transition to parenthood.

Graham, M. It's about family innit: Towards an understanding of the lives and experiences of teenage mothers and fathers as they make the transition to parenthood. (Thesis). City University of London. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/409567

Postgraduate supervision

Completed PhDs - Ritah Tweheyo, Pregnancy, Food Behaviours and Weight Status: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis Current PhDs - Jaruwan Kownaklai, Child Bearing Decisions Among Thai HIV Infected Women - Nittiya Noysipoom, The Perspectives of Thai Older Persons with Early Stage Dementia of their Care Needs - Milda Pinem, An Ethnographic Study of Women's Experiences of Breastfeeding in the Karo Highlands of Indonesia - Yetunde Ataiyero, The Barriers and Levers of Hand Hygiene Compliance among Nigerian Healthcare Workers - Lucia Isibor,Female Genital Cutting - Kirsty Fishburn, Living with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder: women's perspectives and insights