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David Charnock

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

Dr David Charnock is Assistant Professor in Learning Disability Nursing at the University of Nottingham. His interests include health promotion, partnership working with vulnerable groups, sexual identity and most recently masculinity and boys with LD.

Before joining the University David was employed in a number of senior roles for a large mental health and learning disabilities NHS trust, managing both community nursing and allied health services. Following completion of his PhD studies in 2013, he hopes to continue to develop his research interests to consider gender identity and its significance in the lives of people with LD. An initial publication from his PhD takes as its focus the use of computer games by boys with LD as part of gendered practice. He is currently working on a book proposal based on his work with boys with LD.

Teaching Summary

Module Leader B7206 GNC - Person Centred Nursing Care: Delivery and Decision Making Working with families and transition. Care management and learning disability practice. Community Care… read more

Research Summary

2015 Active funded studies

CI: CAS Research Development Fund 2015. A Pilot Study of an intervention Programme for Promooting Healthy Lifestyles for Adults with Learning Disabilities. (Fyson, Charnock, Sempik, Smith)

Recent Publications

  • CHARNOCK D and STANDEN PJ, 2013. Second hand masculinity: do boys with intellectual disabilities use computer games as part of gender practice? International Journal of Game-Based Learning. 3(3), 43 - 53
  • HALLAWELL, B., STEPHENS, J. AND CHARNOCK, D., 2012. Physical activity and learning disability British Journal of Nursing. 21(10), 609 - 612
  • WILSON, N., MEININGER, H.P. and CHARNOCK, D., 2009. The Agony and the Inspiration: Professionals' Accounts of Working with People with Learning Disabilities MENTAL HEALTH REVIEW -BRIGHTON-. VOL 14(ISSU 2), 4-13
  • CHARNOCK, D., 2004. Fair Access: Exploring the impact of government guidance to primary health care teams Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 48(4&5), 422
  • Module Leader B7206 GNC - Person Centred Nursing Care: Delivery and Decision Making
  • Working with families and transition.
  • Care management and learning disability practice.
  • Community Care Assessment.
  • Learning Disabled Parents.
  • Systemic practice and learning disabilities.
  • Sexuality and gender.
  • Complex needs.
  • Long term conditions
  • CHARNOCK D and STANDEN PJ, 2013. Second hand masculinity: do boys with intellectual disabilities use computer games as part of gender practice? International Journal of Game-Based Learning. 3(3), 43 - 53
  • HALLAWELL, B., STEPHENS, J. AND CHARNOCK, D., 2012. Physical activity and learning disability British Journal of Nursing. 21(10), 609 - 612
  • WILSON, N., MEININGER, H.P. and CHARNOCK, D., 2009. The Agony and the Inspiration: Professionals' Accounts of Working with People with Learning Disabilities MENTAL HEALTH REVIEW -BRIGHTON-. VOL 14(ISSU 2), 4-13
  • CHARNOCK, D., 2004. Fair Access: Exploring the impact of government guidance to primary health care teams Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 48(4&5), 422

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