Portrait of  Steve Hemingway Steve Hemingway

s.j.hemingway@hud.ac.uk | 01484 471859



Biography

I have been a mental health nurse for two decades now, working mainly in the field of acute psychiatry in the early part of my career, found myself then in the peripatetic role of rehabilitation of the traumatically brain injured before returning to the acute adult context. I became a full time lecturer at the University of Sheffield in 1999 after spending a year there on secondment. I enjoyed my time in South Yorkshire building up strong links with service partners especially in the developing role of nurses as prescribers and have continued this when I transferred to The University of Huddersfield in 2006. I have been fortunate to actively have the experience of liaising nationally and internationally whether in scholarship, research or consultation roles and see this as an important part of the lecturing role in mental health.

As a father of 14 and 11 year old daughters this takes a lot of my spare time although I enjoy reading (sporting and history), going to the theatre and all things sporting especially running, cycling and hiking.

Teaching & Academic Responsibilities

My current role as Senior Lecturer has several interrelated components; these lie primarily within the following areas:
As a pre-registration module and post registration course Leader, I am responsible for measuring and maintaining quality and achieve this through ongoing evaluation.

Course Leadership/Teaching

I am Module Leader for the preparation for practise modules for the degree and diploma (Year 3) mental health nursing students, as well as course leader for the medicines management in mental health and learning disability post basic module. I contribute to a number of programmes for pre and post registration courses including the extended/supplementary prescribing course and MSc courses.

Student Support

I provide personal teaching support for Pre-registration and Post-registration Nursing students, supporting students on the DNS/Bsc course in Mental Health, and post-basic courses.

Link Teacher Responsibilities

As a Link Teacher I proved support for students and placement mentors within Mental Health Placements. This involves continuous monitoring of learning opportunities and provision of advice. I have also been active in innovatory teaching and research in these areas (see Research Activities).

Research & Scholarship

I am a member of the editorial boards for the Mental Health Nursing Journal and the Journal of Mental Health and Learning Disability Research and Practice
I was a contributor to the Improving mental health services by extending the role of nurses in prescribing and supplying medication: Good practice guide produced by the National Prescribing Centre, National Institute for Mental Health and the Department of Health. This is also an ongoing project and am contributing to this exciting development for mental health nurses. I have also contributed to the Review of Mental Health Nursing in England and am a member of the guidance development group for the NICE appraisal of medicine concordance.

My scholarship and research activities have followed the care contexts where I have worked for example rehabilitation of the brain injured and telephone interventions top support the person in crisis and or mental health problems.

I have conducted survey questionnaires into the developments of mental health nurses as non-medical prescribers with the MHNA members perspectives on developing the role to the contexts and specialisms where it is developing in mental health care.
I have submitted two co authored commissioned chapters on aspects of non-medical prescribing in mental health care.

A growing part of my role in the division of mental health at the University and South West Yorkshire Mental Health Trust is improving the experiences of service users who receive medicine management services from mental health nurses. In a cross region collaboration I am involved in a project with the aims of improving the knowledge and skills of nurses pre and post registration when undertaking the medicines management role.

University research group memberships

I am currently a member of the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences and an associate member of the Centre for Health and Social Care Research.

Publications and Other Research Outputs

2014

Hemingway, S. and Kohrsen, G. (2014) ‘Physical and Mental Health’. In: Mental Health Nursing: Dimensions of Praxis. : Oxford University Press. . ISBN 978-0-19-552224-2

Hemingway, S (2014) ‘Editorial: 2014: a year of changeMental Health Nursing , 34 (1), p. 3. ISSN 2043-7501

Hemingway, S., Clifton, A., Stephenson, J. and Edward, K. (2014) ‘Facilitating knowledge of mental health nurses to undertake physical health interventions: a pre-test/post-test evaluationJournal of Nursing Management . ISSN 09660429

2013

Hemingway, S., Coxon, G., Munday, D. and Ramsay, M. (2013) ‘Austerity is bad for mental health: implications for mental health nursesMental Health Nursing , 33 (6), pp. 7-9. ISSN 2043-7501

White, J., Hemingway, S. and Stephenson, J. (2013) ‘Training Mental Health Nurses to Assess the Physical Health Needs of Mental Health Service Users: A Pre- and Post-test AnalysisPerspectives in Psychiatric Care . ISSN 0031-5990

Hemingway, S., Stephenson, J., Roberts, B. and McCann, T. (2013) ‘Mental health and learning disability nursing students' perceptions of the usefulness of the objective structured clinical examination to assess their competence in medicine administrationInternational Journal of Mental Health Nursing . ISSN 1445-8330

Hemingway, S., Trotter, F., Stephenson, J. and Holdich, P. (2013) ‘Diabetes: increasing the knowledge base of mental health nursesBritish journal of nursing , 22 (17), pp. 991-996. ISSN 0966-0461

Hemingway, S., Atkin, L. and Stephenson, J. (2013) ‘Assessing and managing wounds in mental health settingsWounds UK , 9 (3), pp. 34-40. ISSN 1746-6814

Hemingway, S., Stephenson, J., Holliday, L. and Covill, C. (2013) ‘Administering LAAIs: an education and training workshopBritish Journal of Mental Health Nursing , 2 (4), pp. 216-220. ISSN 2049-5919

Tolson, L., Hemingway, S. and Porter, J. (2013) ‘Clinical placement in an acute mental health unit: reflections of a student's trip to AustraliaMental Health Nursing , 33 (4), pp. 14-16. ISSN 2043-7501

Hemingway, S., Covill, C. and Holliday, L. (2013) ‘Administering long-acting antipsychotic injectionsBritish Journal of Mental Health Nursing , 2 (3), pp. 155-161.

Rogers, M., Hemingway, S. and Elsom, S. (2013) ‘An evaluation of therapeutic optimism in advanced nurse practitioner studentsNursing Standard , 27 (36). ISSN 0029-6570

Hemingway, S., Rogers, M. and Elsom, S. (2013) ‘Measuring the influence of a mental health training module on the therapeutic optimism of advanced nurse practitioner students in the United KingdomJournal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners . ISSN 23276886

2012

Edward, K., Hemingway, S. and Stephenson, J. (2012) ‘Oral health – a key assessment skill for mental health nurses: a pilot evaluation of an educational interventionMental Health Nursing , 32 (6), pp. 12-16. ISSN 2043-7501

Hemingway, S. and Snowden, A. (2012) ‘Debating mental health nurses' role in medicines management British Journal of Nursing , 21 (20), pp. 1219-1223. ISSN 0966-0461

Hemingway, S (2012) ‘The Medicine With Respect Project: A stakeholder focus group evaluationNurse Education in Practice , 12 (6), pp. 310-315. ISSN 1471-5953

Warelow, P., Edward, K., Hercelinskyj, G., Welch, T., Hemingway, S., McAndrew, S. and Stephenson, J. (2012) ‘The fabric of a career in mental health nursing from an Australian and UK perspective’. In: ACMHN's 38th Annual International Mental Health Nursing Conference, 3rd-5th October 2012, Darwin, Australia , p. 27

Hemingway, S., White, J., Baxter , H., Smith, G., Turner, J. and McCann, T. (2012) ‘Implementing a Competence Framework for Administering Medication: Reporting the experiences of Mental Health Nurses and StudentsIssues in Mental Health Nursing , 33 (10), pp. 657-664. ISSN 0161-2840

Warelow, P., Edward, K., Hercelinskyj, G., Welch, T., Hemingway, S., McAndrew, S. and Stephenson, J. (2012) ‘The fabric of a career in mental health nursing from an Australian and UK perspectiveInternational Journal of Mental Health Nursing , 21 (S1), p. 27. ISSN 1445-8330

Hirst, C. and Hemingway, S. (2012) ‘Exercise and older people who are diagnosed with depression: reviewing the evidence.Mental Health Nursing , 32 (3), pp. 12-16. ISSN 2043-7501

2011

Hemingway, S., Sutton , M., Heraty, I., Broadbent, E. and Elliott, R. (2011) ‘Interviews for mental health nursing students. Key Considerations for the panelMental Health Nursing , 31 (4), pp. 20-22. ISSN 2043-7501

Hemingway, S., Baxter, H., Smith, G., Rebecca, B. and Dewhirst, K. (2011) ‘Collaboratively planning for medicines administration: a survey evaluationJournal of Nursing Management , 19 (3), pp. 366-376. ISSN 09660429

Hemingway, S., Stephenson, J. and Allmark, H. (2011) ‘Student experiences of medicines management training and educationBritish journal of nursing , 20 (5), pp. 291-297. ISSN 0966-0461

2010

Baxter, H., Clibbens, R., Rebecca, B., Hargate, A., Haygarth, L. and Hemingway, S. (2010) ‘Audit of Clinical Management Plans by non medical prescribersMental Health Nursing , 30 (4), pp. 13-17. ISSN 2043-7501

Hemingway, S (2010) ‘Utilising iStan in the Mental Health and Learning Disability Nursing’. In: 2010 UK Simulation in Nursing Education Conference, 9-10 June 2010, University of Huddersfield

Hemingway, S., Maginnis, R., Baxter , H., Smith, G., Turner, J. and White, J. (2010) ‘The Medicine with Respect Project-Phase 1: implementing a pathway toward competency in medicnes administration for mental health nursesMental Health Nursing , 30 (3), pp. 12-16. ISSN 2043-7501

2009

Hemingway, S (2009) ‘Editorial: New Ways of Working (NWW) Resources and ResistanceMental Health and Learning Disabilities Research and Practice , 6 (2), pp. 109-110. ISSN 1743-6885

Singh, C., Bartle, M., Hurrell, A., Slater, H. and Hemingway, S. (2009) ‘International nursing student placements: reflections of planning, supporting and experiencing services 'Downunder'Mental Health Nursing , 29 (4), pp. 7-12. ISSN 2043-7501

Hemingway, S. and Ely, V. (2009) ‘Prescribing by mental health nurses: the UK perspectivePerspectives in Psychiatric Care , 45 (1), pp. 24-35. ISSN 00315990

2008

Hargate, A., Hemingway, S., Padgett, K. and Plummer, S. (2008) ‘A systems approach to improve the physical healthcare interventions available to the service userMental Health Nursing , 28 (3), pp. 6-9. ISSN 2043-7501

Hargate, A., Hemingway, S., Plummer, S. and Padgett, K. (2008) ‘A systems approach to improve the physical healthcare interventions available to the service userMental Health Nursing , 28 (3), pp. 6-9.

Hemingway, S (2008) ‘Prescribing Within a Team Context: One Mental Health Nurse’s Reflection on the Clinical Aspect of Non-Medical Prescribing TrainingMental Health and Learning Disabilities Research and Practice , 5 (1), pp. 119-133. ISSN 1743-6885

Hemingway, S (2008) ‘Prescribing Within a Team Context: One Mental Health Nurse’s Reflection on the Clinical Aspect of Non-Medical Prescribing TrainingMental Health and Learning Disability Research and Practice , 5 (1), pp. 119-134.

Clibbens, R., Baxter , H. and Hemingway, S. (2008) ‘An audit of Supplementary Prescribing within South West Yorkshire Mental Health Trust Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Research and Practice , 5 (1), pp. 101-108. ISSN 1743-6885

2007

Jones, S., Hemingway, S. and Williams, B. (2007) ‘Mental Health Nurses as Non-Medical Prescribers-entering uncharted territoryMental Health Nursing , 27 (1), pp. 14-17. ISSN 2043-7501

2006

Hemingway, S. and Harris, N. (2006) ‘The Development of mental health nurses as prescribers: quantifying the emergenceMental Health Nursing , 26 (6), pp. 14-16. ISSN 2043-7501

2005

Hemingway, S (2005) ‘An Emerging Picture of Non Medical PrescribersNurse Prescribing , 3 (6), pp. 257-262. ISSN 1479-9189

Research Degree Supervision

  • Medicines Management – Experience in projects to evaluate knowledge and skill acquisition.
  • Non Medical Prescribing- Local, regional and national experience of evaluation.
  • Nursing Skill Simulation – Experience of competence assessment in mental health nursng.
  • Observed Structured Clinical Examination –Experience of  evaluation in pre-registration nursing.
  • Mental Health conditions in Primary Care-Experience of training and evaluating NHS Direct Nurse Advisors
  • Physical Health Status of Mental Health Service Users-Experience of project management and evaluation.
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