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Gayle Hazelby RN, SCPHN, PgDip, MA

Senior Lecturer


Summary

I am Module Leader for Practice Learning on the SCPHN Course having recently started full-time at Sheffield Hallam University after 23 years of Health Visiting in Derbyshire and Rotherham.

About

I contribute to the other SCPHN modules - Transformational Leadership & Management, Preventative Interventions in Safeguarding, Behaviour Change, Person Centred Primary Care and Nurse Prescribing. I have been a Practice Teacher since 2006, and have successfully supported many Health Visiting students through the SHU SCPHN program.

I have been involved in many diverse aspects of Health Visiting practice, including being Team Leader for Health Visiting and School Nursing; Project Officer for the Action Heart Project in Wath and Swinton (Rotherham); Co-Ordinator of the Health and Benefits Bus (Rotherham); Clinical Risk Co-Ordinator (Rotherham); Clinical Nurse Supervisor at the Walk-In Centre at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital (Sheffield).

I am a trainer for Antenatal and Postnatal Promotional Interviewing; Maternal Mental Health; HENRY; Breast Feeding. I am a trained Clinical Supervision Supervisor and Restorative Supervision Supervisor. I retain a Health Visiting practice contract with Derbyshire Community Health Services - Dronfield.

My special interests are in Public Health & Health Promotion and in Community Development / Partnership Working. I have travelled to Cuba, USA and the old Soviet Union to explore primary health care provision .I am Link lecturer for SCPHN - Health Visiting in Rotherham.

Publications

Journal articles

Day, P., Peckover, S., Hazelby, G., Chauhdry, H., Kirkham, L., & Mcaleavy, J. (2018). Putting new therapeutic communication skills into public health nursing practice: the student experience. British journal of school nursing, 13 (8), 386-392. http://doi.org/10.12968/bjsn.2018.13.8.386

Reports

Turner, J., Cooper, L., Woodward, A., Painter, J., Day, P., Hazelby, G., ... Moore, K. (2020). Nursing-led Interventions to support the psychological and emotional well being of children and young people: A scoping review. Sheffield Hallam University.

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