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Biography

Appointed Professor in Applied Psychology at the University of Huddersfield in 2007 having been appointed a Reader in Psychology in 1999, Nigel joined the department in 1992, from a post-doctoral research post in the Centre for Primary Care Research, University of Manchester. His interests outside work include music (from Haydn to Hawkwind), SF film and literature, and history.

  • Membership of editorial board: Qualitative Research in Organisations and Management (2005-present)
  • Member of Macmillan community palliative care Research and Evaluation Collaborative.
  • Member of National Cancer Research Institute Primary Palliative Care group.
  • Member of Editorial Advisory Board, Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management.
  • Reviewer for the following journals: Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Qualitative Research in Psychology, Psychology and Health, British Journal of Social Work, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review.
  • Currently writing a postrgraduate level text on interviewing in qualitative research (with Christine Horrocks, University of Bradford) for Sage, due for publication in 2009.

Teaching Responsibilities

Module Co-ordinator:

  • Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods (HFB1001),
  • From Myth to the Paranormal (HHB1009),
  • Introduction to Qualitative and Quantitative Data Collection (HMB1007)

Contributions to:

  • Alternative Psychologies,
  • Popular Cultures

Other responsibilities:

Research & Scholarship

Qualitative methods (Nigel has developed a web site devoted to the template analysis approach); phenomenological psychology; creativity and innovation; primary care - especially community palliative care; paranormal beliefs and experiences.

University research group memberships

Nigel is currently the Co-Director of the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences, is the Director of the Centre for Applied Psychological Research and an associate member of the Centre for Research in the Social Sciences.

Other research groups

  • Primary Care Research Group
  • Centre for Constructions and Identity

Projects

  • Community nursing roles in community palliative care (funded by Macmillan, May 2006 to November 2007);
  • Evaluating the community gym and allotment schemes, West Central Halifax Healthy Living Partnership (funded by WCHHLP, January 2006 to January 2007);
  • Evaluating the Paddock Pathways to Health programme (funded by PPH, March 2005 to December 2008);
  • The Gold Standards Framework for Community Palliative Care: A Qualitative Evaluation (funded by Macmillan and University of Huddersfield, May 2002 to January 2004);
  • Palliative Out of Hours Care in the Community: Evaluation (funded by Calderdale and Kirklees Health Authority and University of Huddersfield, 2001 to 2002).

Project funding:

UNPICKING THE THREADS: HOW GENERALIST AND SPECIALIST NURSES WORK WITH PATIENTS, CARERS AND EACH OTHER IN THE COMMUNITY TO SUPPORT CANCER SURVIVORS

  • Research Team: Prof Nigel King (project leader), Jane Melvin, Dr Jo Brocki, Mr David Wilde (all School of Human and Health Sciences) Start date: January 2009 Estimated completion date: December 2011
  • Funding: Macmillan Cancer Support £148, 885

TEACHING ETHICS THROUGH REALITY TV

  • Research Team: Dr Viv Burr (project leader), Prof Nigel King Start date: March 2009 Estimated completion date: February 2010
  • Funding: HEA Psychology Network £6,000

Publications and Other Research Outputs

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This increase in the numbers of older mothers or women who ‘delay’ pregnancy has recently been highlighted as a cause for concern by those in the medical profession who warn that fertility declines with advancing maternal age whilst health risks to mother and baby increase, particularly once the woman reaches age 35. Older mothers or ‘elderly primiparae’ are generally medically defined as women who fall pregnant for the first time over the age of 34 (Mosby, 2006). The present study sits within a wider PhD project, which argues that this concept of the ‘older mother’ is socially constructed – a product of our history and culture. Method: For the present study, twenty-nine articles from six British newspapers were analysed using a social constructionist thematic analysis. Results: As a result of the analysis, four contemporary discourses surrounding the ‘older mother’ were identified. Discussion: According to Day et al (2004) an analysis of the media is said to provide researchers with an excellent opportunity to study the prevailing and common sense assumptions about the world which it reflects. Therefore, this analysis, through looking at the language used in the newspapers to discuss older mothers, provides an opportunity to observe and deconstruct some of the hegemonic ideas surrounding what it means to be an older mother today. Conclusion: The findings of this preliminary study contribute to the wider project by pinpointing some of the components which add to the social construction of the older mother and, in doing so, reveals the complexity of the issues surrounding delayed motherhood. 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Rather little attention has yet been paid to the beliefs and experiences of ‘significant others’ themselves in this context. This study sought to explore in-depth the beliefs and experiences of both patients and ‘significant others’ in relation to CFS/ME. Methods In-depth interviews using a semi-structured interview schedule designed around the core constructs of the Common-Sense Model of self-regulation (CSM) were conducted with two patients with CFS/ME and their spouses. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) was used to analyse interview data. Results Experiences of social interactions in relation to CFS/ME with others outside of the relationship dyad emerged as a key issue for all participants when reflecting on their experiences of living with the condition. These concerns are presented under two themes: interactions with healthcare professionals and interactions with the social world. 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Issues around social acceptance of ill health and beliefs about appropriate roles and responsibility in terms of condition management emerged as key themes. Discussion Findings illustrate the complexity of long-term chronic health conditions such as PBP and provide an insight into some of the wider social influences that may impact on functional outcomes. Significant others share, and may reinforce, some important beliefs held by PBP patients about their condition. Identifying potentially unhelpful cognitions and behavioural responses could help in the design of family intervention programmes aimed at improving work participation outcomes in PBP. 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It is important to know how patients are affected by becoming opportunistically involved in medical student education. In previous studies, researchers rather than patients set the research agenda and expert patients or people well known to teachers were more often involved than ordinary people. Objectives? This study aimed to explore how ordinary patients experience undergraduate medical teaching when they become involved in it opportunistically and to derive practical insights from the lived experiences of these patients. Methods? The research was conducted in line with a conceptual orientation towards communities of practice theory and used phenomenology as a way of exploring patients’ lived experiences in depth. Minimally structured interviews were carried out with 10 patients following ordinary out-patient or general practice appointments in which students were being taught. Template analysis was used to generate provisional themes and a process of phenomenological reduction was used to distil individual respondents’ lived experiences to their essence. Results? The presence of students in ambulatory consultations was normal. Nine respondents described transactional relationships in which they remained outside the community of practice of which the doctor and student were members. Only an intimate problem would engage them deeply enough for a student’s presence to ‘bother’ them. One patient’s personal and professional background led her to regard doctors’ handling of consultation dynamics as factors contributing to whether teaching consultations were negative or positive experiences. When doctors’ sensitive and inclusive behaviour drew her into a triadic relationship with the student and doctor, she experienced mutual benefits with students. When it did not, she felt objectified and alienated. Conclusions? Provided they receive the clinical care for which they are attending a consultation and are treated respectfully, patients may sometimes willingly become ‘objects’ from which students learn. They may, however, become more deeply engaged in teaching consultations in which they participate actively in a triadic relationship of mutual benefit with a doctor and student. 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They are provided with a set of arrow-shaped ‘Post It’ notes and asked to lay them out on a large sheet of paper in a manner that helps them tell the story of their case, with the arrows representing people and/or agencies involved in the case. The interviewer uses the “chart” so produced to probe the participant on their experiences. We used Pictor in a large scale qualitative research project exploring how different professionals collaborate in the care of patients with cancer and other long term conditions. We conducted 78 Pictor interviews with a wide variety of stakeholders including different nursing professionals, a wide range of professionals with whom they interact, patients themselves and their close others. There were important differences in the ways in which different professional groups represented cases using Pictor, which can be understood in terms of role perceptions, aspects of service organisation and also wider societal perceptions of different types of illness. 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The aim of this study was to extend previous research by including individuals who have remained in work despite persistent back pain in addition to those who had become incapacitated for work, along with their significant others. The purpose of this research was to explore whether the illness beliefs of significant others differed depending on their relative’s working status, and to make some preliminary identification of how significant others may facilitate or hinder work participation for those with persistent back pain. Methods Interviews structured around the Illness Perception Questionnaire (chronic pain version) were conducted with back pain patients recruited from a hospital pain management clinic along with their significant others. Some patients had remained in work despite their back pain; others had ceased employment. Data were analysed using template analysis. Results There were clear differences between beliefs about, and reported responses to, back pain symptoms amongst the significant others of individuals who had remained in employment compared with the significant others of those who had ceased work. Three overarching themes emerged: perceived consequences of back pain, specific nature of employment and the impact of back pain on patient identity. Conclusions Significant others of employed individuals with back pain focused on the extent to which activity could still be undertaken despite back pain symptoms. Individuals out of work due to persistent back pain apparently self-limited their activity and were supported in their beliefs and behaviours by their significant others. To justify incapacity due to back pain, this group had seemingly become entrenched in a position whereby it was crucial that the individual with back pain was perceived as completely disabled. We suggest that significant others are clearly important, and potentially detrimental, sources of support to individuals with back pain. The inclusion of significant others in vocational rehabilitation programmes could potentially be a valuable way of mobilising readily accessible resources in a way that supports optimal functioning. 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We presented the findings from this pilot study at the International PCP Congress in Venice, 2009. It was based on the idea that the construction and expression of personal identity is becoming more dependent upon material goods and possessions and we are accustomed to the idea that the things we wear express the kind of person we are, or would like to be seen as, and the notion that many women are fascinated by shoes has entered popular consciousness. The idea of exploring women’s identities through footwear emerged and we felt that shoes could be a route into identity that women would find meaningful, interesting and enjoyable. We were surrounded by women offering to be our participants! The pilot study involved four women between the ages of approx 30 and 45, two of whom were passionate about shoes and two for whom shoes were more of a practical necessity. We used pictures of various shoes as elements in a role construct repertory test, using triads and dyads to elicit constructs and interviewing the women further about the constructs that emerged. We found that, regardless of the women’s level of interest in shoes, the method was very successful in quickly leading to important identity dimensions of meaning for the women. So what I’m reporting today is a follow-up study. We wanted to get an idea of whether the kinds of issues that had been raised in our pilot sample were shared by other women, and to try out the grid as a way of getting further information about the relationships between constructs that we might potentially analyse. 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Method All 14 general physicians in a teaching hospital took part in 6 semistructured discussions, which were analysed phenomenologically. Results Third year clinical teaching was described in terms that bore little relation to problem-based learning (PBL). Teachers placed great importance on the social dimension of professional learning. They expressed strongly positive affects towards learners and their learning that they found hard to express as PBL tutors. Their narratives of education were remarkably divorced from modern day clinical practice. Conclusions Problem-based method lacked some important conditions for professional teaching and learning. Traditional apprenticeship is unsustainable under present day conditions of practice. There is a need for new educational methods that help the learner to build a professional identity through social interaction with practitioners. 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People with persisting low back pain (and other illnesses) who are receiving benefits because they cannot work are now being encouraged and helped to return to employment, in line with the UK government's welfare reform agenda. Individual and social influences involved in the everyday life experiences of beneficiaries with persisting low back pain which may act as obstacles to recovery and work participation. However, there is little understanding of these influences. In this exploratory study, we used qualitative methods to facilitate an in-depth examination of the illness beliefs of those close to back pain patients (their ‘significant others’), considering how these might influence both patients’ own beliefs about their condition and work participation. Methods In-depth interviews were conducted with nine patients reporting non-specific low back pain of more than three months duration and their significant others (closest adult family member) (n = 18). The self-regulatory model (SRM) (Leventhal et al., 1984) was used as a guide to organise the interview schedule and interview transcripts were analysed using template analysis (e.g. King, 2004). Analysis focused on the significant other interview data and we sought to identify themes which demonstrated clear contrasts between dyads in which the patient had or had not remained in employment. Findings Three overarching themes are presented and discussed: (1) the extent of impact on patient activity (including employment); (2) treatment expectations; (3) patient identity. Overall, the significant others of patients who were out of work due to their back problem tended to emphasise the extreme consequences of the patient’s back pain on every aspect of their lives. They described the back pain as preventing the patient from doing things, even though closer analysis of the detail suggested that in fact the patient was able to undertake everyday activities, albeit at a lower functioning level than prior to symptom onset. Significant others of patients who remained in employment focused instead on what the patient could still do. In terms of treatment expectations, significant others of out of work patients appeared to believe that their relatives needed to be pain-free in order to resume participation in normal life, and equated only complete removal of pain with treatment success. In contrast, significant others in the employed sample tended to talk in terms of ‘management’ rather than ‘cure’, and were more accepting of the possibility that options available to manage pain were unlikely to provide complete relief of the patient’s pain symptoms. These attitudes were further reflected in participants’ beliefs about patient identity: significant others of employed patients described their relative in heroic terms; significant others of out of work patients described the patient as disabled and a blameless victim. Discussion Previous studies have shown that the impact of musculoskeletal pain and disability is greatest among socially disadvantaged populations, and among those with low education levels, and that low income and low educational attainment are the socioeconomic variables most consistently found to be associated with higher prevalence and severity of musculoskeletal problems (Carr & Klaber Moffett, 2005). The present study also suggests that socio-economic status has an important role to play in work participation outcomes. In this study, those who had remained in employment had higher status jobs and were more able to negotiate necessary flexibility and role adaptations to enable them to continue in work despite their pain. The role of good existing relationships, particularly with line managers in this context, was apparent. In terms of treatment expectations, significant others in the employed sample were more accepting when medical professionals were perceived as unable to provide answers in terms of a full explanation of the problem, or to provide a curative treatment. In contrast, significant others of those patients who were out of work were dissatisfied with treatment and sceptical of healthcare providers because patients were still experiencing pain, ultimately equating their relative’s recovery with being ‘cured’. Expectations about treatment have been proposed to be one of the major influences on outcome for patients with chronic low back pain, and the results from this study suggest that the treatment expectations held by significant others could further reinforce patient expectations, acting as wider psychosocial obstacles to recovery. There was a notable difference in the way that the two samples described how the patient’s back problem had impacted on both the patient’s identity and on their activities. The significant others of working patients tended to emphasise what the patient could do despite their back pain and attributed this to the patient’s admirable personal characteristics, describing them as heroic and stoical. In contrast, the significant others of non-working patients emphasised the extent to which the back pain prevented the patient doing things and descriptions of patient identity focused on them as a victim, anticipating and rebuffing potential accusations of personal responsibility and blame. Undertaken as it was in the context of changes to the welfare system in the United Kingdom, this work has potential implications for understanding how patients and their families may respond to the changes, and how that may impact on work participation outcomes. Our findings suggest that, if left to their own devices, there may be a danger that patients who feel that there are insurmountable obstacles to a return to their previous employment and who believe themselves to face socio-cultural scepticism about their condition, along with widespread ill-feeling towards the unemployed, may become entrenched in a position whereby it becomes all the more important to be seen as completely disabled, thus limiting their activity and their chances of any return to work. We discuss current reports and policy initiatives which recommend a focus on what patients can do, rather than what they cannot and note that our results support these initiatives. In addition, our findings, although preliminary and exploratory, emphasise the importance of taking social and environmental factors into account and we suggest that significant others may have an important role to play in this context. 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Authors: Lisa Ward, Dr Tina McAdie, Alison Bravington, Professor Nigel King Group / institution: University of Huddersfield. Conference theme(s) covered: Challenges and Innovations in the design and delivery of WIL Sub-theme: Impacts of WIL on graduate outcomes and employability Background / context: Universities are forever looking for the perfect Work Integrated Learning (WIL) model: the one that gives students the best chance of a graduate job, fits in ever changing needs of a diverse student population and can be delivered with minimum administrative overhead to the institution. Aims: Researchers at the University of Huddersfield have been exploring psychological factors related to WIL as part in a worldwide study led by Drysdale (Drysdale et al., 2010). The initial analysis of our UK quantitative data set indicated that the number of different WIL experiences a student undertook significantly increased self-reported measures of hope, agency and goal-orientation. The aim of this qualitative study is to explore a variety of student placement experiences in more depth to tease apart experiential aspects of their placements and how these relate to the constructs identified as significant in the previous study. This obviously has strategic implications for the way we deliver WIL both at our institution and across the sector. Method / approach: The use of qualitative techniques aims to move the focus on to the experiential aspects of students’ work placements through focus groups and individual semi-structured interviews. The interviews will potentially use a reflective tool to facilitate dialogue about the abstract concepts measured in the survey. This study will investigate how students relate their work placement experiences to softer skill development identified by our survey research, and how these skills are built up across multiple placements. Was it a case of ‘The more, the merrier’? 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The occupational and academic impact of work integrated learning including better careers, salaries and degree outcomes are beginning to be established (Powell et al., 2008). In addition a range of personal skills and professional competencies have been cited as outcomes of work integrated learning, such as improved decision making, interpersonal and self management skills (Costley, 2007; Crebert et al., 2004), the application of theoretical knowledge in workplace environments, professional networking, professional behaviour, and leadership (Costley, 2007; Dreuth & Deuth-Fewell, 2002; Lizzio & Wilson, 2004; Rickard, 2002). However, the psychological outcomes of work integrated learning are not yet fully established or understood and have been contested by some (Allen & van der Velden, 2007). The impact of work integrated learning on traits such as hope, self efficacy and self concept have yet to be researched. 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In addition the following measures will be used: • Trait Hope Scale (THS: Snyder et al., 1991), which measures hopes and goals. • Procrastination Assessment Scale – Students (PASS: Solomon & Rothblum, 1984), which measures procrastination, the postponement of goals and tasks. • Self-Description Questionnaire III (SDQ-III: Marsh & O’Neill, 1984), which measures self-concept. • College Academic Self-Efficacy Scale (CASES: Owen & Froman, 1988), which measures the degree of confidence participants believe they have in various academic settings. • Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ: Pintrich, Smith, Garcia, & McKeachie, 1993), which measures study skills and motivation. Although the results unique to Huddersfield students will be presented in this session, the project itself is part of a much larger international comparative research study, designed and led by Drysdale et al. at the University of Waterloo (Canada) examining psychological outcomes on a global level. 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