Notes on the contributorsWayne Arnett BN(Hons), RGN, Cert Mang, is a Lecturer at the University of Southampton, UK and the lead for Moving and Handling in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Sid Carter PhD, MSc, BA, RN(LD), PGCEA, AdvCert (Human Sexuality) is a Lecturer in Learning Disabilities at the School of Health and Social Care, Bournemouth University, UK.
Nadia Chambers RGN, BSc(Hons), PgDipEd, MA, PhD is a Consultant Nurse for Older People at Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Yvette Cox Dip N Ed, MBA is a Lecturer, teaching leadership and management subjects to undergraduate, postgraduate and master’s programmes at the University of Southampton, UK.
Jan Dean, BA(Hons), DipN, RGN is a Lecturer in adult nursing at University of Southampton with an interest in respiratory nursing.
Pam Diggens BSc(Hons), MA, RN is a Lecturer at the University of Southampton, UK, with a specific interest in physical assessment and history taking.
Anita Green D. Nursing, MA, BA(HONS), RCNT, RGN, RMN is a Dual Diagnosis Nurse Consultant working for Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and a visiting fellow with the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Brighton.
Sue M. Green RN, BSc, MMedSci, PhD, PGCert has a BSc and Master’s degree in science subjects and a PhD in biopsychology. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton, UK.
Rob Haywood MSc, PGCE, RN is a Lecturer at the University of Southampton with a specific interest in critical care and advanced life support.
Neil Hosker MSc (health informatics), BA(hons) nursing, PGDip, DPSN, RN is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health & Social Care, University of Chester, teaching on the pre-registration nursing programme and Foundation Degree in Health Informatics.
Kevin Humphrys RNLD. Cert Ed. MSc Applied Psychology (Learning Disabilities) is a Lecturer in Learning Disabilities at the University of Southampton and supports the lead for Moving and Handling in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Pam Jackson MPhil, BSc (Hons), RGN, RHV, RNT, is Senior Lecturer and Academic Lead for Interprofessional Learning at the Universities of Southampton and Portsmouth.
Adam Keen MEd, MSc, Dip HE, RN is a Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Health & Social Care at the University of Chester, UK.
Melanie Jasper PhD, MSc, BNurs, BA, PGCEA, RGN, RHV, RM, NDNcert is a Professor and Head of the School of Health Science at Swansea University, UK. She is also the Editor of the Journal of Nursing Management.
Janet McCray PhD, Msc, Bsc( Hons ), RNT, RN (LD) Cert Ed, is a Principal Lecturer in Health and Social Care Leadership at the University of Chichester, UK.
Somduth Parboteeah PhD, MSc, SRN, RCNT, Cert Ed, Dip N (London) is Principal Lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at De Montfort University, UK. He is also Programme Leader for the MSc Advanced Health and Professional Practice.
Delia Pogson RN(LD), FETC, Cert.Ed., RNT, M.Sc., M.Phil. is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health Sciences , University of Southampton, UK, and is a member of the Network of Educators for the NHS Genetics Education and Development Centre.
Elizabeth Porter BA MPhil PGCEA RN RM RHV FWT is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Southampton where she is programme leader for the MSc and BSc (Hons) public health practice degrees.
Phil Russell MSc, MA, BA(Hons), DipEd is a Lecturer Practitioner and Bereavement Service Co-ordinator at the Rowans Hospice.
Lynn Taylor PGC,BSc (Hons) RN, RM is the Lead Clinical Nurse Specialist in Tissue Viability. Lynn initiated the Tissue Viability service in Portsmouth before moving to Southampton to set up the service there. She lectures for the university and the Trust.
Steve Tee DClinP, MA, PGCEA, BA, DipPSN, RMN has worked within health-care practice and education for 25 years with research activity focusing on ethical decision-making and professionalism in clinical practice.
Chris Walker MSc, BSc(Hons), DipHE RN is a Consultant Nurse working in the Emergency Department of Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth.