Rose Pringle
Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing

Profile

Biography

Rose is a Registered Mental Health Nurse who has worked with working age adults and their families in acute inpatient, crisis resolution/home intensive treatment and forensic settings.  She has an interest in the physical health of people with a diagnosis of severe mental illness and the broader medicines management agenda, including improving adherence and the legal and ethical issues associated with the use of medicines in mental health. Recent clinical work involves facilitating a peer supervision group with a community mental health team reflecting an interest in the professional development of mental health nurses. 

Qualifications

  • Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy
  • PGCAP
  • 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

  • Deputy Chair Board of Studies
  • Chair Student Disability Committee
  • Member of the Board of Studies
  • Member of the Fitness to Practice Committee

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • Module Leader; Core Values, Knowledge and Skills for Mental Health Nursing
  • Therapeutic Interventions in Mental Health
  • Co-operative Learning Groups

 

Other teaching

  • SSPRD Non-Medical Prescribing

Research

Projects

  • Rose is working with Dr Elizabeth Hughes, University of York on the project “Evaluation of Dual Diagnosis training for NHS inpatient mental health workers” which is considering how a 5 day in-house training course impacts on attitudes of attendees towards patients with  mental health and co-morbid substance misuse. This work was presented at the Network of Psychiatric Nurse’s Conference in September 2013.

Publications

Selected publications

  • 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: http://www.bmj.com/content/350/bmj.h1059/rr.
  • 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

External activities

Memberships

  • Mental Health Nurse Academics UK

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Contact details

Rose Pringle
Lecturer in Mental Health

Tel: 01904 32(1688)