Portrait of Professor Nigel King Professor Nigel King

n.king@hud.ac.uk | 01484 472812



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

2014

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2014) ‘The role of the family on sickness absence’. In: Health and Wellbeing at Work 2014, 4-5 March 2014, Birmingham, UK

King, N., Brooks, J., Featherstone, V. and Topping, A. (2014) Supporting people with active and advanced disease: a rapid review of the evidence Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield

Brooks, J. and King, N. (2014) ‘Doing Template Analysis: Evaluating an End of Life Care ServiceSage Research Methods Cases .

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2014) ‘Are The Treatment Expectations of ‘Significant Others’ Psychosocial Obstacles to Work Participation for Those with Persistent Low Back Pain?WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation . ISSN 1051-9815

2013

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2013) ‘The role of ‘significant others’ in vocational rehabilitation for patients with persistent back pain’. In: The British Pain Society Pain Management Programmes Special Interest Group 14th National Conference, 25-27 September, Jersey, UK

Brooks, J. and King, N. (2013) ‘Introducing the Pictor technique: A method for exploring collaborative working in health care’. In: Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section Conference 2013, 4th - 6th September 2013, Huddersfield, UK

King, N., Bravington, A., Brooks, J., Hardy, B., Melvin, J. and Wilde, D. (2013) ‘The Pictor Technique: A Method for Exploring the Experience of Collaborative WorkingQualitative Health Research , 23 (8), pp. 1138-1152. ISSN 1049-7323

Kirkby-Geddes, E., King, N. and Bravington, A. (2013) ‘Social Capital and Community Group Participation: Examining ‘Bridging’ and ‘Bonding’ in the Context of a Healthy Living Centre in the UKJournal of Community & Applied Social Psychology , 23 (4), pp. 271-285. ISSN 1052-9284

Ward, L., Bravington, A., McAdie, T. and King, N. (2013) ‘Challenges of Developing and Sustaining a Research Partnership for Work Integrated Learning’. In: Proceedings of the 18th WACE World Conference on Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education June 24-27 2013. Durban, South Africa: WACE. .

Purdie, F., Ward, L., McAdie, T., King, N. and Drysdale, M. (2013) ‘Are work-integrated learning (WIL) students better equipped psychologically for work post-graduation than their non-work-integrated learning peers? Some initial findings from a UK universityAsia Pacific Journal of Co-operative Education , 14 (2), pp. 117-125. ISSN 1175-2882

Brooks, J., King, N. and Wearden, A. (2013) ‘Couples' experiences of interacting with outside others in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: a qualitative studyChronic Illness . ISSN 1742-3953

King, N., Melvin, J., Brooks, J., Wilde, D. and Bravington, A. (2013) Unpicking The Threads: How specialist and generalist nurses work with patients, carers, other professionals and each other to support cancer and long-term condition patients in the community University of Huddersfield

Brooks, J., McCluskey, S., King, N. and Burton, A. (2013) ‘Illness perceptions in the context of differing work participation outcomes: exploring the influence of significant others in persistent back painBMC Musculoskeletal Disorders , 14. ISSN 1471-2474

Burr, V., King, N. and Butt, T. (2013) ‘Personal construct psychology methods for qualitative researchInternational Journal of Social Research Methodology . ISSN 1364-5579

Rodriguez, A. and King, N. (2013) ‘Mutual protectiveness: A phenomenon that transcends the parent-child dyad in palliative paediatric careSocial Science and Medicine . ISSN 0277-9536

Rodriguez, A. and King, N. (2013) ‘Sharing the care: A phenomenological study of the experiences of professionals and parents of life-limited childrenInternational Journal of Palliative Nursing . ISSN 1357-6321

Rodriguez, A. and King, N. (2013) ‘Exploring meaning making in children with life-limiting conditions: Fusing horizons using van Manen's lifeworld existentials and template analysisQualitative Health Research . ISSN 1049-7323

2012

Bluff, B., King, N. and McMahon, G. (2012) ‘A Phenomenological Approach to Care Leavers’ Transition to Higher EducationProcedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences , 69, pp. 952-959. ISSN 1877-0428

Ward, L., McAdie, T., Bravington, A. and King, N. (2012) ‘The Process of Designing and Analysing a Qualitative Study into Multiple WIL Experiences’. In: Proceedings of the Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) National Conference. Australia: ACEN. pp. 302-306. ISBN 978-0-9805706-2-5

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) ‘The influence of 'significant others' on persistent back pain and work participation: the role of treatment expectations’. In: Society for Back Pain Research Annual Conference, 9-11 November 2012, Isle of Man, UK

King, N (2012) ‘Collaborative working in palliative care: recent research at the University of Huddersfield’. In: End of Life Care Conference: Don’t be the weakest link, 14th November 2012, Huddersfield, UK

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) ‘The influence of ‘significant others’ on persistent back pain and work participation: a qualitative study of illness perceptions’. In: Work Disability Prevention International Congress, 22-25 October 2012, Groningen, The Netherlands

McLachlan, E., King, N., Wenger, E. and Dornan, T. (2012) ‘Phenomenological analysis of patient experiences of medical student teaching encountersMedical Education , 46 (10), pp. 963-973. ISSN 0308-0110

King, N (2012) ‘Sudden ImpactQualitative Methods in Psychology Section Bulletin (14), pp. 60-63. ISSN 2044-0820

Brooks, J., McCluskey, S., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) ‘Exploring potential family factors influencing work participation in persistent back pain: a pilot study of significant others' illness beliefs ’. In: Division of Health Psychology British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 5 - 7 September 2012, Liverpool

Hardy, B., King, N. and Firth, J. (2012) ‘Applying the Pictor technique to research interviews with people affected by advanced diseaseNurse Researcher , 20 (1). ISSN 1351-5578

Rodriguez, A. and King, N. (2012) ‘Involving Children in Palliative Care Research’. In: 7th World Research Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, 7th - 9th June 2012, Trondheim, Norway , p. 544

Rodriguez, A. and King, N. (2012) ‘Assessing the Benefit of Dignity Therapy for Adolescents with Advanced Cancer: A Prospective Explorative Mixed-method Study’. In: 7th World Research Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, 7th - 9th June 2012, Trondheim, Norway , p. 551

King, N (2012) ‘'I forget my problems – the problems are in the soil': Encountering nature in Allotment Gardening’. In: Advances in Health Psychology: Critical Approaches. : Palgrave Macmillan. . ISBN 9780230275386

Brooks, J. and King, N. (2012) ‘Qualitative psychology in the real world: The utility of template analysis’. In: 2012 British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 18th - 20th April 2012, London, UK

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) ‘The influence of 'signficant others' on persistent back pain and work participation: a qualitative study of illness perceptions’. In: The British Pain Society Annual Conference 2012, 24-27 April 2012, Liverpool, UK

King, N (2012) ‘Doing Template Analysis’. In: Qualitative Organizational Research: Core Methods and Current Challenges . : Sage. . ISBN 9780857024114

Riley, S. and King, N. (2012) ‘Managing the project’. In: Doing Your Qualitative Psychology Project. : Sage. . ISBN 9780857027467

Brooks, J., McCluskey, S., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) Beliefs about illness amongst significant others and their influence on work participation outcomes for back pain patients: a pilot study Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield (Unpublished)

King, N (2012) ‘Exploring collaborative working in Palliative and Supportive Care’. In: The 9th Palliative Care Congress, 14th - 16th March 2012, Gateshead, UK

Burr, V. and King, N. (2012) ‘You’re in cruel England now!: Teaching research ethics through reality TVPsychology Learning and Teaching , 11 (1), pp. 22-29. ISSN 1475-7257

2011

Purdie, F., McAdie, T., King, N. and Ward, L. (2011) ‘In the right placement at the right time? An investigation of the psychological outcomes of placement learningProcedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences , 29, pp. 717-724. ISSN 1877-0428

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2011) ‘“He’s only young and he wants to work but no-one’ll hire him with a bad back, will they?” Findings from an exploratory study of ‘significant others’’ illness perceptions in relation to work disability due to low back pain.’. In: Society for Back Pain Research Annual Conference, 10-11 November 2011, Cambridge, UK

Purdie, F., McAdie, T., King, N. and Ward, L. (2011) ‘Learning beyond the lecture room: Do placements help students learn about themselves and for themselves?’. In: British Psychological Society - Psychology of Education Conference, 18th - 20th November 2011, Preston, UK

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2011) ‘The influence of 'significant others' on persistent back pain and work participation: a qualitative exploration of illness perceptionsBMC Musculoskeletal Disorders , 12, p. 236. ISSN 14712474

Purdie, F., Ward, L., McAdie, T. and King, N. (2011) ‘Does work integrated learning better psychologically prepare British students for life and work. ’. In: Association for Sandwich Education and Training (ASET) Annual Conference 2011, September, 2011, Leeds Metropolitan University

Brooks, J., McCluskey, S., King, N. and Burton, A. (2011) ‘"I get depressed sometimes just looking at him..he's only young and he wants to work but no-one'll hire him with a bad back, will they?": Exploring the illness perceptions of significant others in relation to persistent back pain and work participation”.’. In: The British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference,, 14-16 September 2011, Southampton, UK

King, N (2011) ‘Psychology in the real world: making a difference to societyPublic Service Review: UK Science and Technology (3), pp. 322-323. ISSN 2045-3884

Turley, E., King, N. and Butt, T. (2011) ‘‘It started when I barked once when I was licking his boots!’: a descriptive phenomenological study of the everyday experience of BDSMPsychology and Sexuality , 2 (2), pp. 123-136. ISSN 1941-9899

Burr, V. and King, N. (2011) ‘Teaching research ethics through reality TV’. In: Paper presentations of the 2010 University of Huddersfield Annual Learning and Teaching Conference. Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield. pp. 4-8.

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2011) The influence of 'significant others' on back pain disability and return to work: a qualitative pilot study of illness perceptions University of Huddersfield

2010

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2010) ‘The influence of 'signifcant others' on back pain disability and return-to-work: a qualitative pilot study - preliminary findings’. In: Primary Care Musculoskeletal Research Congress, 11-13 October 2010, Rotterdam

Burr, V. and King, N. (2010) ‘Teaching research ethics through reality tv’. In: PLAT2010: The fifth biennial Psychology Learning and Teaching Conference, 30 June - 2 July 2010, Edinburgh Napier University , pp. 1-7

Burr, V. and King, N. (2010) ‘Exploring personal identities through constructions of footwear’. In: 10th European Personal Construct Association (EPCA) Conference on Personal Construct Psychology, 9-12 April 2010, Belgrade, Serbia

McCluskey, S., Burton, A., Brooks, J. and King, N. (2010) ‘The influence of significant others on back pain disability and return-to-work: a qualitative pilot study of illness perceptionsThe BackCare Journal , pp. 14-15.

King, N (2010) ‘Research Ethics in Qualitative Research’. In: Doing Qualitative Research in Psychology: A Practical Guide. : Sage. . ISBN 9781847879110

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2010) ‘The influence of significant others on back pain disability and return-to-work: a qualitative pilot study of illness perceptions’. In: European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, 29-31 March 2010, Rome, Italy

King, N. and Horrocks, C. (2010) Interviews in Qualitative Research . London: Sage . ISBN 9781412912570

King, N., Melvin, J., Ashby, J. and Firth, J. (2010) ‘Community palliative care: role perception British Journal of Community Nursing , 15 (2), pp. 91-98. ISSN 1462-4753

2009

Budds, K., Locke, A., Burr, V. and King, N. (2009) ‘"Nowadays, women feel they can schedule pregnancy into their diary like they would a dentist appointment." Perspectives on delayed motherhood in British newspapers’. In: Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology conference, 8th - 9th September 2009, The Copthorne Hotel, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Burr, V. and King, N. (2009) ‘In these shoes? Exploring women¹s identities through footwear.’. In: The XVIIIth International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology, July 20-24 2009, Venice, Italy

King, N. and Burr, V. (2009) ‘Exploring personal identities through constructions of footwear’. In: The XVIIIth International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology, July 20-24 2009, Venice, Italy

King, N., Kirkby-Geddes, E. and Bravington, A. (2009) Evaluation of the impact of Paddock Pathways to health membership on beneficiaries' health, well-being and social functioning University of Huddersfield

King, N. and Melvin, J. (2009) ‘Its a privilege really to be involved: Community nursing roles, relationships and identities in primary palliative care’. In: 11th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, 7th-10th May 2009, Vienna, Austria

Rodriguez, A. and King, N. (2009) ‘The lived experience of parenting a child with a life-limiting condition: A focus on the mental health realmPalliative and Supportive Care , 7 (01), pp. 7-12. ISSN 1478-9515

2008

King, N., Melvin, J. and Ashby, J. (2008) ‘The 'Pictor' technique: Developing and implementing a method for exploring collaborative working’. In: Qualitative Methods in Psychology (QMiP) Section Inaugural Conference, 2nd-4th September 2008, Leeds, UK

Rodriguez, A. and King, N. (2008) ‘Conducting Qualitative Research Interviews with Children with lIfe-Limiting Conditions: The Methodological Needs and Nuances’. In: 5th Research Forum of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC), 28th - 31st May 2008, Trondheim, Norway , p. 556

King, N (2008) ‘"The 'Pictor' technique: Exploring collaborative working in community palliative care"’. In: The EAPC Forum on Research in Palliative Care, 28 - 31 May 2008, Trondheim, Norway

King, N., Finlay, L., Ashworth, P., Smith, J., Langdridge, D. and Butt, T. (2008) ‘“Can't Really Trust That, So What Can I Trust?”: A Polyvocal, Qualitative Analysis of the Psychology of Mistrust Qualitative Research in Psychology , 5 (2), pp. 80-102. ISSN 1478-0887

Mahmood-Yousuf, K., Munday, D., King, N. and Dale, J. (2008) ‘Interprofessional relationships and communication in primary palliative care: impact of the Gold Standards FrameworkBritish Journal of General Practice , 58 (549), pp. 256-263. ISSN 09601643

King, N., Melvin, J. and Ashby, J. (2008) Community Nursing roles and the Gold Standards Framework for Community Palliative Care University of Huddersfield

King, N (2008) ‘What Will Hatch? A Constructivist Autobiographical Account of Writing PoetryJournal of Constructivist Psychology , 21 (4), pp. 274-287. ISSN 1072-0537

2007

Munday, D., Mahmood, K., Dale, J. and King, N. (2007) ‘Facilitating good process in primary palliative care: does the Gold Standards Framework enable quality performance?Family Practice , 24 (5), pp. 486-494. ISSN 0263-2136

King, N (2007) ‘Book review: Phenomenological psychology: Theory research and method Qualitative research in organizations and management: an international journal , 2 (2). ISSN 1746-5648

Rodriguez, A. and King, N. (2007) ‘The lived experience of parenting a child with a life limiting condition: A focus on the mental health realm’. In: Report 10th Congress of the EAPC, 7-9 June 2007, Budapest, Hungary , p. 17

Dornan, T., Boshuizen, H., King, N. and Scherpbier, A. (2007) ‘Experience-based learning: a model linking the processes and outcomes of medical students' workplace learningMedical Education , 41 (1), pp. 84-91. ISSN 03080110

2006

King, N. and Ashby, J. (2006) ‘Community nursing roles in palliative care: a study in three localities’. In: Trans Pennine Palliative Care Research Network Day, 29th November 2006, Sheffield, UK

King, N (2006) ‘Professional identities and innovation: a phenomenological constructivist approach’. In: British Academy of Management Conference, 12th-14th September 2006, Belfast, Ireland

King, N (2006) ‘What will hatch? A constructivist autobiographical account of writing poetry’. In: European Personal Construct Association Conference, 8th-11th April 2006, Kristianstad, Sweden

2005

King, N., Thomas, K., Martin, N., Bell, D. and Farrell, S. (2005) ‘‘Now nobody falls through the net’: practitioners’ perspectives on the Gold Standards Framework for community palliative carePalliative Medicine , 19 (8), pp. 619-627. ISSN 0269-2163

Dornan, T., Scherpbier, A., King, N. and Boshuizen, H. (2005) ‘Clinical teachers and problem-based learning: a phenomenological studyMedical Education , 39 (2), pp. 163-170. ISSN 0308-0110

Ross, A., King, N. and Firth, J. (2005) ‘Interprofessional relationships and collaborative working :encouraging reflective practiceOnline Journal of Issues in Nursing , 10 (1). ISSN 1091-3734

2004

King, N (2004) ‘Using templates in the thematic analysis of text’. In: Essential Guide to Qualitative Methods in Organizational Research. : Sage. pp. 256-270. ISBN 9780761948872

King, N (2004) ‘Construing good and evil in Buffy the Vampire Slayer’. In: European Personal Construct Association Conference, 4th-7th April 2004, Stuttgart, Germany

King, N (2004) ‘Using interviews in qualitative research’. In: Essential Guide to Qualitative Methods in Organizational Research. : Sage. pp. 11-22. ISBN 9780761948872

King, N., Bell, D. and Thomas, K. (2004) ‘Family carers' experiences of out-of-hours community palliative care: a qualitative study International Journal of Palliative Nursing , 10 (2), pp. 76-83. ISSN 1357-6321

King, N. and Ross, A. (2004) ‘Professional Identities and Interprofessional Relations:Social Work in Health Care , 38 (2), pp. 51-72. ISSN 0098-1389

2003

King, N (2003) ‘Involvement in innovation: the role of identity ’. In: International handbook on innovation. New York: Elsevier. pp. 619-630. ISBN 9780080441986

King, N., Thomas, K. and Bell, D. (2003) ‘An out-of-hours protocol for community palliative care: practitioners perspectivesInternational Journal of Palliative Nursing , 9 (7), pp. 277-282. ISSN 1357-6321

King, N., Butt, T. and Green, L. (2003) ‘Spanking and the corporal punishment of children: the sexual storyInternational Journal of Children's Rights , 11 (2), pp. 199-217. ISSN 0927-5568

2002

King, N (2002) ‘Developing innovation in organizations’. In: Individual differences and development in organizations. Chichester: Wiley. pp. 341-362. ISBN 9780471485407

Green, L., Butt, T. and King, N. (2002) ‘Taking the Chaste Out of Chastisement: An Analysis of the Sexual Implications of the Corporal Punishment of ChildrenChildhood , 9 (2), pp. 205-224. ISSN 09075682

King, N., Carroll, C., Newton, P. and Dornan, T. (2002) ‘You can't cure it so you have to endure it: the experience of adaptation to diabetic renal disease Qualitative Health Research , 12 (3), pp. 329-346. ISSN 1049-7323

Gibbs, G. and King, N. (2002) ‘Using creativity techniques to improve node tree construction in template analysis using NVivo ’. In: Strategies in Qualitative Research, Institute of Education Conference 2002, 7-8 February 2002, London, UK

King, N. and Anderson, N. (2002) Managing innovation and change . London, UK: Thomson . ISBN 9781861527837

2000

King, N (2000) ‘Commentary - Making ourselves heard: The challenges facing advocates of qualitative research in work and organizational psychologyEuropean Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology , 9 (4), pp. 589-596. ISSN 1359432X

King, N (2000) ‘Creativity as a social phenomenon: a review and critique’. In: 4th Consciousness and Experiential Psychology Section Conference, 22th – 24th September 2000, Somerville College, Oxford

King, N., Roche, T. and Frost, C. (2000) ‘Diverse Identities, Common Purpose: Multi-disciplinary Clinical Supervision in Primary Care’. In: British Psychological Society Annual Occupational Psychology Conference, January 2000, Brighton, UK

1999

King, N (1999) ‘Innovation’. In: The Experience of Managing: a skills guide. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 119-127. ISBN 9780333714164

1998

King, N (1998) ‘Template Analysis’. In: Qualitative Methods and Analysis in Organizational Research. : Sage. . ISBN 9780761953517

Perrins, J., King, N. and Collings, J. (1998) ‘Assessment of long-term psychological well-being following intensive careIntensive and Critical Care Nursing , 14 (3), pp. 108-116. ISSN 0964-3397

1997

Egan-Strang, C., King, N., Anderson, N. and Bartram, D. (1997) ‘Kirton Adaption-Innovation Inventory (KAI)’. In: Review of Ability and Aptitude Tests (Level A) for Use in Occupational Settings. : British Psychological Society. . ISBN 9781854332189

1996

Meston, C. and King, N. (1996) ‘Making sense of "resistance": Responses to organizational change in a private nursing home for the elderlyEuropean Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology , 5 (1), pp. 91-102. ISSN 1359432X

1995

King, N. and Anderson, N. (1995) Innovation and Change in Organizations . : Routledge . ISBN 9780415128810

King, N (1995) ‘Individual Creativity and Organizational Innovation: An Uncertain Link’. In: Creative Action in Organizations: Ivory Tower Visions and Real World Voices . : Sage. . ISBN 9780803953505

1994

King, N (1994) ‘The qualitative research interview’. In: Qualitative methods in organizational research: a practical guide. : Sage. pp. 14-36. ISBN 9780803987692

Bailey, J., King, N. and Newton, P. (1994) ‘Analysing General Practitioners' referral decisions II. Do high and low referrers differ in factors influencing their referral decisions? Family Practice , 11 (1), pp. 9-14. ISSN 0263-2136

King, N., Bailey, J. and Newton, P. (1994) ‘Analysing General Practitioners' referral decisions I. Developing an analytical frameworkFamily Practice , 11 (1), pp. 3-8. ISSN 0263-2136

1993

Anderson, N. and King, N. (1993) ‘Innovation in Organizations ’. In: International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology . : Wiley. pp. 1-34. ISBN 9780471936343

1992

King, N (1992) ‘Modelling the innovation process: An empirical comparison of approachesJournal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology , 65 (2), pp. 89-100. ISSN 0963-1798

King, N (1992) ‘Modelling the innovation process: a longitudinal study in a U.K. hospital’. In: Evaluation et Innovation dans les Organisations. , Issy-les-Moulineaux: EAP. . ISBN 9782864910879

1991

King, N., Anderson, N. and West, M. (1991) ‘Organizational innovation in the UK: A case study of perceptions and processesWork & Stress , 5 (4), pp. 331-339. ISSN 0267-8373

Anderson, N. and King, N. (1991) ‘Managing Innovation in OrganisationsLeadership & Organization Development Journal , 12 (4), pp. 17-21. ISSN 0143-7739

1990

King, N (1990) ‘Innovation at Work: The Research Literature’. In: Innovation and Creativity at Work: Psychological and Organizational Strategies . : Wiley. . ISBN 9780471926559

King, N. and Anderson, N. (1990) ‘Innovation in working groups’. In: Innovation and Creativity at Work: Psychological and Organizational Strategies . : Wiley. . ISBN 9780471926559

1987

King, N. and West, M. (1987) ‘Experiences of Innovation at WorkJournal of Managerial Psychology , 2 (3), pp. 6-10. ISSN 0268-3946

West, M. and King, N. (1987) ‘Managing Innovation’. In: Contemporary Ergonomics 1987: Ergonomics Working for Society. : Taylor & Francis. . ISBN 9780850663860

Research Degree Supervision

Potential

  • Professional identities and interprofessional relations in community palliative care
  • The psychological and social impact of "green exercise" (in particular gardening)
  • Patient and carer experiences of living with serious illness
  • Creative practice and the development of creative identities
  • The experience of "paranormal" phenomena

Past and Current

Supervised five PhD candidates to successful completion – four as Director of Studies and one as Second Supervisor. Currently Supervising nine PhD (or MPhil/PhD) candidates as Director if Studies, four PhD candidates as Second Supervisor, and one EdD candidate as Second Supervisor.

PhD examining

External examiner at Birkbeck College, University of Sheffield (three times), the Open University, University College Dublin, University of Melbourne, Sheffield Hallam University, University of Hertfordshire. Seven times internal examiner at Huddersfield University.

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