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Professor Fiona Nolan

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School of Health and Social Care
Professor Fiona Nolan

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Qualifications

  • Registered Mental Health Nurse Riverside Health Authority, (1987)

  • BA (Hons) Kingston University, (1994)

  • PhD University College London, (2011)

Appointments

Other academic

  • Clinical Professor of Mental health Nursing, University of Essex, University of Essex (1/1/2017 - present)

Publications

Journal articles (29)

Lloyd-Evans, B., Osborn, D., Marston, L., Lamb, D., Ambler, G., Hunter, R., Mason, O., Sullivan, S., Henderson, C., Onyett, S., Johnston, E., Morant, N., Nolan, F., Kelly, K., Christoforou, M., Fullarton, K., Forsyth, R., Davidson, M., Piotrowski, J., Mundy, E., Bond, G. and Johnson, S., The CORE Service Improvement Programme for mental health Crisis Resolution Teams: results from a cluster-randomised trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 1-9

Brimblecombe, N., Quist, H. and Nolan, F., (2019). A mixed methods survey to explore views of staff and patients in mental health inpatient wards prior to introduction of a digital early warning system for physical deterioration. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

Dodd, E., Cheston, R., Procter, C., Heneker, S., Gray, R., Fox, C. and Nolan, F., (2018). Protected engagement time on older adult mental health wards: A thematic analysis of the views of patients, carers, and staff. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 27 (2), 608-618

Balint, B., Killaspy, H., Marston, L., Barnes, T., Latorre, A., Joyce, E., Clarke, C., De Micco, R., Edwards, M., Erro, R., Foltynie, T., Hunter, R., Nolan, FM., Schrag, A., Freemantle, N., Foreshaw, Y., Green, N., Bhatia, K. and Martino, D., (2018). Development and clinimetric assessment of a nurse-administered screening tool for movement disorders in psychosis. British Journal of Psychiatry. 4 (5), 404-410

Smith, T., Clark, A., Dodd, E., Khoo, M-E., Heneker, S., Cross, J., Cheston, R., Gray, R., Fox, C. and Nolan, F., (2018). Feasibility study suggests no impact from protected engagement time on adverse events in mental health wards for older adults. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 27 (2), 756-764

Hughes, E., Edmondson, AJ., Onyekwe, I., Quinn, C. and Nolan, F., (2018). Identifying and addressing sexual health in serious mental illness: Views of mental health staff working in two National Health Service organizations in England. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 27 (3), 966-974

Leach, MJ., Jones, M., Bressington, D., Nolan, F., Jones, A., Muyambi, K., Gillam, M. and Gray, R., (2018). The association between mental health nursing and hospital admissions for people with serious mental illness: a protocol for a systematic review. Systematic Reviews. 7 (2), 2-

O’Connor, S., Deaton, C., Nolan, F. and Johnston, B., (2018). Nursing in an age of multimorbidity. BMC Nursing. 17 (1)

Chambers, M., McAndrew, S., Nolan, F., Thomas, B., Watts, P. and Kantaris, X., (2017). Service user involvement in the coproduction of a mental health nursing metric: The Therapeutic Engagement Questionnaire. Health Expectations. 20 (5), 871-877

Johnson, S., Mason, O., Osborn, D., Milton, A., Henderson, C., Marston, L., Ambler, G., Hunter, R., Pilling, S., Morant, N., Gray, R., Weaver, T., Nolan, F. and Lloyd-Evans, B., (2017). Randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of a peer-delivered self-management intervention to prevent relapse in crisis resolution team users: study protocol. BMJ Open. 7 (10), e015665-

Nolan, FM., Fox, C., Cheston, R., Turner, D., Clark, A., Dodd, E., Khoo, M-E. and Gray, R., (2016). A feasibility study comparing UK older adult mental health inpatient wards which use protected engagement time with other wards which do not: study protocol. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 2 (1), 7-

Lloyd-Evans, B., Bond, GR., Ruud, T., Ivanecka, A., Gray, R., Osborn, D., Nolan, F., Henderson, C., Mason, O., Goater, N., Kelly, K., Ambler, G., Morant, N., Onyett, S., Lamb, D., Fahmy, S., Brown, E., Paterson, B., Sweeney, A., Hindle, D., Fullarton, K., Frerichs, J. and Johnson, S., (2016). Development of a measure of model fidelity for mental health Crisis Resolution Teams. BMC Psychiatry. 16 (1), 427-427

Lloyd-Evans, B., Fullarton, K., Lamb, D., Johnston, E., Onyett, S., Osborn, D., Ambler, G., Marston, L., Hunter, R., Mason, O., Henderson, C., Goater, N., Sullivan, SA., Kelly, K., Gray, R., Nolan, F., Pilling, S., Bond, G. and Johnson, S., (2016). The CORE Service Improvement Programme for mental health crisis resolution teams: study protocol for a cluster-randomised controlled trial. Trials. 17 (1), 158-

Sweeney, A., Fahmy, S., Nolan, F., Morant, N., Fox, Z., Lloyd-Evans, B., Osborn, D., Burgess, E., Gilburt, H., McCabe, R., Slade, M. and Johnson, S., (2014). The Relationship between Therapeutic Alliance and Service User Satisfaction in Mental Health Inpatient Wards and Crisis House Alternatives: A Cross-Sectional Study. PLoS ONE. 9 (7), e100153-e100153

McAndrew, S., Chambers, M., Nolan, F., Thomas, B. and Watts, P., (2014). Measuring the evidence: Reviewing the literature of the measurement of therapeutic engagement in acute mental health inpatient wards. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 23 (3), 212-220

Johnson, S., Osborn, DPJ., Araya, R., Wearn, E., Paul, M., Stafford, M., Wellman, N., Nolan, F., Killaspy, H., Lloyd-Evans, B., Anderson, E. and Wood, SJ., (2012). Morale in the English mental health workforce: questionnaire survey. British Journal of Psychiatry. 201 (03), 239-246

Ritchie, CW., King, MB., Nolan, F., O'Connor, S., Evans, M., Toms, N., Kitchen, G., Evans, S., Bielawski, C., Lee, D. and Blanchard, M., (2011). The association between personality disorder and an act of deliberate self harm in the older person. International Psychogeriatrics. 23 (02), 299-307

Wood, S., Stride, C., Threapleton, K., Wearn, E., Nolan, F., Osborn, D., Paul, M. and Johnson, S., (2011). Demands, control, supportive relationships and well-being amongst British mental health workers. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 46 (10), 1055-1068

Luzón, O., Harrop, C. and Nolan, F., (2009). Cognitive Processes during Acute Psychosis: The Role of Heightened Responsibility and Catastrophic Misinterpretations. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 37 (04), 357-357

Killaspy, H., Kingett, S., Bebbington, P., Blizard, R., Johnson, S., Nolan, F., Pilling, S. and King, M., (2009). Randomised evaluation of assertive community treatment: 3-year outcomes. British Journal of Psychiatry. 195 (01), 81-82

McCrone, P., Killaspy, H., Bebbington, P., Johnson, S., Nolan, F., Pilling, S. and King, M., (2009). The REACT Study: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Assertive Community Treatment in North London. Psychiatric Services. 60 (7), 908-913

Killaspy, H., Johnson, S., Pierce, B., Bebbington, P., Pilling, S., Nolan, F. and King, M., (2009). Successful engagement: a mixed methods study of the approaches of assertive community treatment and community mental health teams in the REACT trial. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 44 (7), 532-540

McCrone, P., Johnson, S., Nolan, F., Sandor, A., Hoult, J., Pilling, S., White, IR., Bebbington, P. and McKenzie, N., (2009). Impact of a crisis resolution team on service costs in the UK. Psychiatric Bulletin. 33 (01), 17-19

McCrone, P., Johnson, S., Nolan, F., Pilling, S., Sandor, A., Hoult, J., McKenzie, N., Thompson, M. and Bebbington, P., (2009). Economic evaluation of a crisis resolution service: A randomised controlled trial. Epidemiologia e Psichiatria Sociale. 18 (01), 54-58

McCrone, P., Killaspy, H., Bebbington, P., Johnson, S., Nolan, F., Pilling, S. and King, M., (2009). The REACT Study: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Assertive Community Treatment in North London. Psychiatric Services. 60 (7)

Cotton, M-A., Johnson, S., Bindman, J., Sandor, A., White, IR., Thornicroft, G., Nolan, F., Pilling, S., Hoult, J., McKenzie, N. and Bebbington, P., (2007). An investigation of factors associated with psychiatric hospital admission despite the presence of crisis resolution teams. BMC Psychiatry. 7 (1), 52-

Killaspy, H., Bebbington, P., Blizard, R., Johnson, S., Nolan, F., Pilling, S. and King, M., (2006). The REACT study: randomised evaluation of assertive community treatment in north London. BMJ. 332 (7545), 815-820

Johnson, S., Nolan, F., Hoult, J., White, IR., Bebbington, P., Sandor, A., McKenzie, N., Patel, SN. and Pilling, S., (2005). Outcomes of crises before and after introduction of a crisis resolution team. British Journal of Psychiatry. 187 (01), 68-75

Johnson, S., Nolan, F., Pilling, S., Sandor, A., Hoult, J., McKenzie, N., White, IR., Thompson, M. and Bebbington, P., (2005). Randomised controlled trial of acute mental health care by a crisis resolution team: the north Islington crisis study. BMJ. 331 (7517), 599-599

Book chapters (4)

Nolan, FM., Khoo, ME. and Watson, C., Engagement and observation of people at risk. In: Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing ; the craft of caring. Editors: Chambers, M., . CRC Press, Routledge, UK

Phillips, P., (2013). Working in Mental Health. In: Working in Mental Health: Practice and Policy in a Changing Environment. Routledge. 51- 60. 9780203120910

Nolan, F. and Tang, S., (2008). Early discharge and joint working between crisis teams and hospital services. In: Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment in Mental Health. Cambridge University Press. 187- 196. 9780521678759

Hoult, J. and Nolan, F., (2008). Symptom management. In: Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment in Mental Health. Cambridge University Press. 121- 136. 9780521678759

Conferences (1)

Forchuk, C., Cassidy, K-L., Burhan, AM., Booth, R., Vasudev, A., Hoch, JS., Lewis, M., Isaranuwatchai, W., Lizotte, D., Rudnick, A., O'Regan, T., Seth, P., Heisel, M., Chambers, M., Nolan, F., Flint, A., Looper, K., Rej, S. and Reiss, J., (2016). TELEPROM-G: A study evaluating access and care delivery of telehealth services among community-based seniors

Grants and funding

2018

RESPECT

National Institute for Health Research

National Adviser to the Safe Staffing Programme

National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health

2017

A phased exploration of mental health in Mongolia

University of Essex

Contact

f.nolan@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 872943

Location:

2S2.3.21, Colchester Campus

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