Portrait of  Vicky Kaye Vicky Kaye

v.kaye@hud.ac.uk | 01484 473471



Biography

I have worked for 26 years in the NHS, with experience in Infectious Diseases, and Primary Care, where I became a District Nurse Team Leader and Clinical Practice Teacher. Latterly I had responsibility for professional development within Community Nursing, and had a special interest in Non-Medical Prescribing (initially Nurse Prescribing). I secured a post as a Lecturer Practitioner and during this time successfully led a module within the University and educational developments within the PCT.

Teaching & Academic Responsibilities

  • MSc Health Studies - Long Term Conditions - Route Leader
  • MSc Advanced Nurse Practitioner(Community Matron) Route Leader
  • Module leader for:
    • HMH1054, HMH1046
    • HMH2000 - Jointly co ordinate non medical nurse prescribing educational updates
    • HMH2002, HMH2003
  • Contribute to other modules within the Division of Health & Rehabilitation Division
  • Represent the Division at the School Inter-Disciplinary Learning Committee and ALPS Site Implementation Group.
  • Division representative on the School board
  • Member on the Non-Medical Prescribing Course Committee
  • Member of the APEL/APCL committee
  • Fellow member of the Higher Education Academy
  • Member of Association of District Nurse Educators
  • Member of the England Honour Society
  • Member of Non-Medical Prescribing Forum (NHS Yorkshire & The Humber)
  • Member of the Association of Advanced Nurse Practitioner Educators
  • Member of National Prescribing Centre Non-Medical Prescribing Network
  • Member of the Yorkshire & Humber Respiratory Programme NHS Network

Queens Nurse awarded in January 2012, in recognition of my commitment to improving standards of care in the community and to learning and leadership.

Research and Scholarship

Joint contributor to a book chapter ‘Support and Mentorship in Practice Teaching’.

Active member on the Attention restorative activities research reference group (interviewing service users, writing for publication).

Publications and Other Research Outputs

2016

Ousey, K., Kaye, V., McCormick, K. and Stephenson, J. (2016) ‘Investigating staff knowledge of safeguarding and pressure ulcers in care homesJournal of wound care , 25 (1), pp. 5-11. ISSN 0969-0700

2015

Ely, V., Kaye, V. and Osborne, A. (2015) ‘Implementing an e-portfolio for non-medical prescribing modulesNurse Prescribing , 13 (5), pp. 250-254. ISSN 1479-9189

Ousey, K., Kaye, V., McCormick, K. and Stephenson, J. (2015) ‘Pressure ulcers: are they are a safeguarding issue in care and nursing homes?Wounds UK , 11 (3), pp. 14-17. ISSN 1746-6814

2012

Kirshbaum, M., Purcell, B., Graham, J., Phillips, S. and Kaye, V. (2012) ‘Attention Restorative Theory and its potential use in fatigue management’. In: The 9th Palliative Care Congress, 14th - 16th March 2012, Gateshead, UK

2011

Covill, C., Kaye, V. and Burton, R. (2011) ‘Problem based Learning: A Reflective Account of its Application in Health Professional EducationMalaysian Journal of Nursing , 3 (2).

2008

Phillips, S., Johnson, C., Kaye, V. and Adams, K. (2008) ‘Supervision and Support’. In: Developing Advanced Skills in Practice Teaching. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 132-146. ISBN 9780230205581

2007

Kaye, V (2007) ‘Meeting Educational requirements for a Community Matron/Case Management role from a HEI's perspective’. In: Community Matrons 2007: Delivering a New Generation of Health Care Delivery, 14 September 2007, New Century House, Manchester

Research Degree Supervision

Research Outputs in the University Repository

2008

Phillips, S., Johnson, C., Kaye, V. and Adams, K. (2008) ‘Supervision and Support’. In: Developing Advanced Skills in Practice Teaching. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 132-146. ISBN 9780230205581

2007

Kaye, V (2007) ‘Meeting Educational requirements for a Community Matron/Case Management role from a HEI's perspective’. In: Community Matrons 2007: Delivering a New Generation of Health Care Delivery, 14 September 2007, New Century House, Manchester

 

Possible PhD Supervisions

I have been regularly involved in research supervision for undergraduate and postgraduate students since 2006.

My research interests are:

  • District Nursing
  • Long Term Conditions
  • Community Matrons