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    pbarrett@lincoln.ac.uk
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    Mr Paul Barrett

    Senior Lecturer

    School of Health and Social Care
    College of Social Science

    About Paul Barrett

    I am a Part Time Senior Lecturer in College of Social Science.
    Until retirement I worked as a Consultant Nurse in Acute mental Health Care.  I still undertake some part time clinical work as a Specialist Nurse (Therapeutic Interventions) within a Crisis Resolution & Home Treatment Service.

    I have a particular interest in critical or alternative approaches within mental health care and academia.

    Department Responsibilities

    Professional Practice in Mental Health Nursing ( Year 2)
    Professional Practice in Mental Health Nursing (Year 3)
    Applied Social Sciences for Mental Health Nursing (Year 2)
    Research Skills for and in Nursing practice (Year 2) adult & Mental Health
    Recovery Focused Care (Year 2)
    Personal Tutor
    Independent Study (Year 3)

    Subject Specialism

    Therapeutic role of mental health nursing: critical psychiatry;

    Qualifications

    • Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education — University of Lincoln, 2012
    • MSc (with distinction) Advanced Nursing Practice — University of Nottingham, 2004
    • Specialist Practitioner (Mental Health) — NMC, 1998
    • BSc ( Honours) Specialist Nursing Practice — Anglia Polytechnic University, 1998
    • Extra Mural Diploma in Nursing — University of London, 1994
    • Registered Nurse (Mental Health) — NMC, 1991

    External Activities and Consultancy

    Publications
    Barrett, P. & Linsley, P. (2017) “A text on which the ink never dries” dialogical practices for Care & Treatment Planning Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing (accepted for publication)
    Barrett, P & Jackson, A (2013) ‘Swimming without the water’: a critical perspective on mental health experience for adult nursing students. Nurse Education in Practice 13(6) pp 487-91

    Jackson, C. McGonagle, I, Betts, A. Barrett, P,  & Linsley, P. (2012) Rhagoriaeth mewn Cynllunio Gofal a Thriniaeth Llyfr Gwaith Hwyluswyr [Excellence in Care & treatment Planning] Welsh Government

    Barrett, P and Roberts, S. (2010) Enhancing dual diagnosis capacities in acute inpatient nurses: A practitioner-based action research project Advances in Dual Diagnosis 3(2), pp 24-31

    Paul Barrett, (2009) Improving inpatient team dual diagnosis skills through practitioner‐based action research: a potential model for change, Advances in Dual Diagnosis, 2(2), pp.13 - 18
    Barrett P (2009) Psychological therapies: an uncertain prognosis. Mental Health Practice 12. 6 pp 12-15
    Brooker C, Syson-Nibbs L, Barrett, Fox C (2009) Community managed offenders’ access to healthcare services: Report of a pilot study. Probation Journal. 56.1 pp 45-59
    Brooker,C., Fox, C., Barrett, P. & Syson-Nibbs, L. (2008) A health needs assessment of offenders on probation caseloads in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire: Report of a pilot study. Lincoln: CCAWI/ University of Lincoln
    Brooker,C., Fox, C., Barrett, P. & Syson-Nibbs, L. (2008) A health needs assessment of offenders on probation caseloads in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire: Report of a pilot study. Lincoln: CCAWI/ University of Lincoln
    Hurley, J. Barrett, P. Reet, P (2006) `Let a hundred flowers blossom, let a hundred schools of thought contend’: a case for therapeutic pluralism in mental health nursing. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing 13.2 pp173-179
    Barrett P (1996) Psychology, Politics, Resistance. Mental Health Nursing 15.6 pp6-7

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