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Helen Moya

Lecturer (Mental Health and Social Care), Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

Contact

  • workRoom D14 Institute of Mental Health
    Jubilee Campus
    Wollaton Road
    Nottingham
    NG8 1BB
    UK
  • work0115 74 84288
  • fax0115 9692430

Teaching Summary

Undergraduate Diplome Programme (Mental health Branch): Module Leader for Care Delivery and Management 4 - Management within Mental Health Care Provision Post-Graduate Programme: Programme… read more

Research Summary

  • Life Story Work in Care Settings
  • Care Relationships
  • Social Construction of Identities

Recent Publications

  • MOYA, H, 2009. Identities on paper: constructing lives for people with intellectual disabilities in life story books Narrative Inquiry. 19(1), 35-54 (In Press.)
  • HEWITT, H., 2007. Identities in care relationships: Issues of mutuality and acceptance In: Health Language and Communication Conference (Alicante, Spain). (In Press.)
  • HEWITT, H., 2006. Life Story Books for People with Learning Disabilities: A Practical Guide BILD. (In Press.)
  • HEWITT, H., 2006. Uncovering identities: the role of life story work in person-centred planning. In: MARK JUKES AND JOHN ALDRIDGE, ed., Person-centred Practices: A Therapeutic Perspective Quay Books: London. (In Press.)
  • DN18
  • Post Graduate Mental Health Branch
  • Newly Qualified Mental Health Nurse Group

Other Responsibilites

  • PLT Academic lead for Nottingham Community Mental Health Services
  • Practice Audit Team Member
  • Undergraduate Diplome Programme (Mental health Branch): Module Leader for Care Delivery and Management 4 - Management within Mental Health Care Provision
  • Post-Graduate Programme: Programme Leader (Nottingham) for Post Graduate Diploma in Nursing Studies (Mental Health Branch)
  • MOYA, H, 2009. Identities on paper: constructing lives for people with intellectual disabilities in life story books Narrative Inquiry. 19(1), 35-54 (In Press.)
  • HEWITT, H., 2007. Identities in care relationships: Issues of mutuality and acceptance In: Health Language and Communication Conference (Alicante, Spain). (In Press.)
  • HEWITT, H., 2006. Life Story Books for People with Learning Disabilities: A Practical Guide BILD. (In Press.)
  • HEWITT, H., 2006. Uncovering identities: the role of life story work in person-centred planning. In: MARK JUKES AND JOHN ALDRIDGE, ed., Person-centred Practices: A Therapeutic Perspective Quay Books: London. (In Press.)
  • OWEN,S., HEWITT,H., AVIS,M., BETTS,A. and MUNIR,F., 2005. The world of work Learning Disability Practice. 8(7), 28-36
  • OWEN, S., HEWITT, H., AVIS, M., BETTS, A., MUNIR, F. and FITZPATRICK, K., 2003. The Impact of Joint Investment Plans on Welfare to Work Schemes for People with Learning Disabilities. Research report.
  • HEWITT, H., 2003. Tell it like it is: Life Story Books for people with learning disabilities. Learning Disability Practice. 6(8), 18-22
  • HEWITT, H., 2002. The role of life story books in person-centred plnning for people with learning disabilities In: National Network for Learning Disability Nurses Annual Conference.
  • MIDDLETON, D. & HEWITT, H., 2000. Biography and identity: Life story work in transitions in care for people with profound learning difficulties. In: P. CHAMBERLYNE, J. BORNAT & T. WENGRAF, ed., The Turn to Biographical Methods in Social Science: Comparative Issues and Examples Routledge: London. (In Press.)
  • HEWITT, H., 2000. A life story approach for people with profound learning disabilities. British Journal of Nursing. 9(2), 90-95 (In Press.)
  • MIDDLETON, D. & HEWITT, H., 1999. Remembering as social practice: identity and life story work in transitions of care for people with profound learning difficulties. Narrative Inquiry. 9(1), 97-122 (In Press.)

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