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Rose Havelock
Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing



Rose joined the department in 2012 following a career in the NHS working in adult acute and forensic mental health services. She held a range of clinical, operational, and managerial roles before joining the department. Rose teaches and supports students studying on our undergraduate nursing programme and the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice programme.

Recently completing a term as Deputy Chair of the Board of Studies Rose continues her quality assurance work with the NMC as a Registrant Visitor.


  • Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy
  • RNMH
  • BSc (Hons)
  • Dip HE Nursing Studies, University of Hull
  • Dip.App.SS (Open)
  • Cert.Hlth.Prom (Open)
  • Nurse Independent Prescriber, V300, Nursing and Midwifery Council

Departmental roles

  • Member of the Board of Studies
    Member of Fitness to Practise Committee
    Academic Lead for Teaching and Scholarship ( line management)
    Previously Rose had served as  Deputy Chair of the Board of Studies, Deputy Chair of the Undergraduate Board of Examiners, and the department's Disability Lead. 

University roles

  • Special Cases Committee



  • Psychological and Sociological Aspects of Health & Wellbeing
  • Professional Development in Nursing: Leading and Managing Change


  • Developing Professional Practice (10 credits)
  • Developing Professional Practice (20 credits)


Other teaching

  • SSPRD Non-Medical Prescribing


Selected publications

  • Pringle, R (2016). The purpose of University Education in relation to nursing. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Journal of Academic Practice. University of York. 1. Pp-27-35. [Online].Available at
  • Hamilton, I. Pringle, R. Hemingway, S. (2015) Psychotropic induced sexual dysfunction for people with a dual diagnosis. Advances in Dual Diagnosis, 8, 4, 167-178.
  • Hamilton, I. Pringle, R. (2015) Re: Guidelines, polypharmacy, and drug-drug interactions in patients with multimorbidity. British Medical Journal, 350:1059.[Online] Available at:
  • Pringle, R. (2013) Psychosis and schizophrenia: a mental health nurse’s perspective. Nurse Prescribing 11 (10)pp 505-509
  • Hamilton, I.  Pringle, R. (2013)  Drug interactions and dual diagnosis. Advances in Dual Diagnosis 6 (3) pp 145-150
  • Pringle, R. (2006). Rather you than me. Nursing Minds, p7. [Online]Available at:  

External activities


  • Voting member for  Mental Health Academics UK
  • Registrant Visitor Nursing and Midwifery Council 


  • Mental Health Nurse Academics UK

Invited talks and conferences

  • Rudd, K. Havelock, R. Sykes, P. Walsh, O. 2022  Point of Care Foundation “Stories from Schwartz” Experience of starting up Schwartz Rounds in a University setting.
  • 06/2016 University of York Learning and Teaching Conference Peer Supervision in the Mental Health  Teaching Team” 
  • Pringle R September 2014 International Network of Psychiatric Nursing Research Conference–Poster  presentation “Peer Supervision in the Mental Health Teaching Team” 
  • Hughes, E. Pringle, RSeptember 2013 International Network of Psychiatric Nursing Research  Conference “Dual Diagnosis Development in Acute Inpatient Units” [online] Available at: 
  • April 2006 RCN European Mental Health Nursing Conference Belfast: Workshop and presentation  “Performance Management of Healthcare Assistants using the Ten Essential Capabilities

Rose Pringle

Contact details

Rose Havelock
Senior Lecturer in Mental Health

Tel: 01904 32(1688)