Siobhan is a lecturer in mental health in the School of Nursing & Human Sciences at Dublin City University. She is the Programme Chair of the B.Sc. In Nursing (Mental Health) Programme. .Prior to beginning work in academia in 2014 she practised as a mental health nurse for 7 years in a variety of mental health care settings both in the public and private sector. She holds a PhD from DCU. Siobhan's research Interests focus on mental health nurse education, recovery & mental health nursing practice.
Peer Reviewed Journals
|2018|| 'Nursing students' attitudes towards people with diagnosed with mental illness and mental health nursing: an international project from Europe and Australia'
Happell B;Platania-Phung C;Bocking J;Scholz B;Horgan A;Manning F;Doody R;Hals E;Granerud A;Lahti M;Pullo J;Ellilä H;Annaliina V;van der Vaart KJ;Allon J;Griffin M;Russell S;MacGabhann L;Bjornsson E;Biering P; (2018) 'Nursing students' attitudes towards people with diagnosed with mental illness and mental health nursing: an international project from Europe and Australia'. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, [DOI] [Details]
|2018|| '"To be treated as a human': Using co-production to explore experts by experience involvement in mental health nursing education - The COMMUNE project'
Horgan, A;Manning, F;Bocking, J;Happell, B;Lahti, M;Doody, R;Griffin, M;Bradley, SK;Russell, S;Bjornsson, E;O'Donovan, M;MacGabhann, L;Savage, E;Pulli, J;Goodwin, J;van der Vaart, KJ;O'Sullivan, H;Dorrity, C;Ellila, H;Allon, J;Hals, E;Sitvast, J;Granerud, A;Biering, P (2018) '"To be treated as a human': Using co-production to explore experts by experience involvement in mental health nursing education - The COMMUNE project'. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27 :1282-1291 [DOI] [Details]
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|Irish Institute of Mental health Nursing||Executive Board Member||01-SEP-16 /|
Siobhan's research interest focuses on mental health nursing, mental health nurse education, recovery and mental health nursing practice. Her most recent research focuses on the co-production of mental health education for nursing students. This is an Erasmus Plus strategic partnership funded project which involves working in partnership with mental health service users (Experts by Experience) throughout all stages of the the research process (grant application - data collection - data analysis - intervention design).
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|COMMUNE- Co-Produced Mental Health Nurse Education||Erasmus Plus||01-SEP-16 - 05-OCT-18||204,000.00|
Mental Health Nursing, Recovery & Mental Health Nursing Practice.
|2019||Mental Health Nursing 1||NS132||Mental Health Nursing 1|
|2019||Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing 1||NS210||Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing 1|
|2019||Influencing Recovery in Mental Health Practic||NS552||Influencing Recovery in Mental Health Practic|
|2019||Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing 3||NS328||Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing 3|
|2019||Practice Module 4a(Mental Health)||NS4518||Practice Module 4a(Mental Health)|
|2019||Practice Module 2a (Mental Health)||NS252||Practice Module 2a (Mental Health)|