I am Senior Lecturer with a clinical background in pain management. I am also Joint lead for Nursing and Midwifery admissions.
I am a senior lecturer in the Department of Nursing, Faculty of Health and Wellbeing at Sheffield Hallam University.
My clinical experience is predominantly pain management, specialising in the management of chronic pain in people with Multiple Sclerosis.
My role at Hallam is currently focused on the recruitment of pre-registration students to undergraduate and postgraduate nursing and midwifery courses. I am currently on a secondment to look at promoting and improving the links between recruitment and placements for nursing students.
I teach across the undergraduate adult nursing degree focusing on the management of pain throughout the 3 year course.
BSc Adult Nursing, PGDip Adult Nursing, MSc Advancing Clinical Practice
Essentials of Nursing Practice
My research background focuses on the management of pain in people with multiple sclerosis.
Kennedy, F., Mcdonnell, A., Gerrish, K., Howarth, A., Pollard, C., & Redman, J. (2012). Evaluation of the impact of nurse consultant roles in the United Kingdom: a mixed method systematic literature review. Journal Of Advanced Nursing, 68 (4), 721-742. http://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2648.2011.05811.x
Dunham, M., Gregory, J., & Howarth, A. The difficulties of assessing pain in older people. Research, clinical and educational perspectives. In British pain society conference 2016, Harrogate.
I currently supervise nursing Masters students with their dissertations.