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Pippa Hemingway

Assistant Professor in Nursing Children and Young People, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Expertise Summary

Recent Research Supervisees

Joseph Manning, Research Fellow, NIHR/Nottingham University Hospitals Translational Research Fellowship, PhD student. Topic: Childhood survivors of acute life threatening critical illness: a study exploring and understanding long-term psychosocial wellbeing. PhD Co-supervisor.

Isabel Allwood, MARM PG student. Topic: Are Emergency Department Streaming Nurses correctly identifying self-presenting patients who are referred to the primary care stream. MARM Co-supervisor.

Teaching Summary

Programme Lead for MNursSci Cohorts 1109 and 1009 Child. Member of the Child teaching team Member of the Child Curriculum Advisory Group (CAG). Contribute to GNC Skills for child. Unit… read more

Research Summary

My research interests focus on parental emergency department attendance for common childhood illnesses. My expertise lies in predictive work with parents of emergency department attenders and an… read more

Recent Publications

  • ATOUT M, HEMINGWAY P and SEYMOUR J, 2017. The experience of decision making in the care of children with palliative care needs: the experiences of Jordanian mothers Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing: Special Issue: Parenting. (In Press.)
  • ATOUT M, HEMINGWAY P and SEYMOUR J, 2017. Challenges to effective communication in the care of children with palliative care needs: the perspective of mothers and health professionals in Jordan In: Conference in Paediatric Palliative Care 'Worlds apart: Culture and context in caring for the whole child’. Cardiff.
  • MANNING JC, HEMINGWAY P and REDSELL SA, 2017. Stories of survival: Children’s narratives of psychosocial wellbeing following paediatric critical care. Journal of Child Health Care. 1-17 (In Press.)

Programme Lead for MNursSci Child (Cohorts 1109 & 1009)

Member of MNursSci Coordinating Group

2012/2013 HIEC Nottinghamshire Mentor and HIEC NHS East Midlands Mentor Facilitator for the Clinical Academic Training Programme (CATP).

Peer review for International Emergency Nursing, Journal of Child Health Care, Archives of Disease and Childhood

  • Programme Lead for MNursSci Cohorts 1109 and 1009 Child.
  • Member of the Child teaching team
  • Member of the Child Curriculum Advisory Group (CAG).
  • Contribute to GNC Skills for child.
  • Unit A facilitator Year 2 child field
  • Lead lecturer on Public Involvement Year 1 and Blended learning for Public Involvement (Unit C).
  • Facilitator for year 2 Evidence Based Practice (Unit A)
  • Developer for Year 2 Evidence Based Practice Quantitative Research (Unit A).
  • PLT Educational Rep for Children's Emergency Department, QMC, Nottingham
  • Personal Tutor
  • Supervisor to MNursSci dissertations re emergency care and child related topics
  • Supervision of PhD students re emergency care and child related topics.

Current Research

My research interests focus on parental emergency department attendance for common childhood illnesses. My expertise lies in predictive work with parents of emergency department attenders and an equitable group using primary and/or urgent care services. Currently, my work surrounds parental decision making to predict parents seeking care at the Emergency Department.

The findings of my work have impact by informing national policy and guidance and also help develop parent-centred services within the emergency care environment.

My methodological expertise includes survey design and administration, case-control studies, multivariate analysis (logistic regression), systematic review and also qualitative interview methods within mixed methods research.

I am a member of the Child, Maternal and Sexual Health Research Group (CMSHRG), Member of the Paediatric Research Society and RCN Emergency Care Association amongst others.

I am a member of the International Advisory Board for the journal International Emergency Nursing and peer review for IEN and Archives of Disease in Childhood in particular.

I am a member of the cross-faculty Children and Childhood Network (CCN) which is supported by the Centre for Advanced Studies, University of Nottingham. Please see http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/children-and-childhood-network/index.aspx

NB Several of my publications are in my maiden name of Eccleston.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are interested in my research or in PhD supervision.

Past Research

For several years I worked in the Paediatric Accident and Emergency Research Group (PAERG) based at University of Nottingham. My doctoral studies identified the determinants of parental emergency care attendance with sick children, supervised by Professor Terence Stephenson.

I have been involved in guideline development for children attending emergency departments as a member of the guideline development committee and research steering committee via my membership of PAERG. See my publications as co-author for emergency care guidelines on children with seizure, diarrheoa and breathing difficulties and related papers.

I have developed a method to assess inter-rater reliability of qualitative interview data collected in children's emergency care which does not affect the richness of the data (published in JAN 2001)

  • ATOUT M, HEMINGWAY P and SEYMOUR J, 2017. The experience of decision making in the care of children with palliative care needs: the experiences of Jordanian mothers Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing: Special Issue: Parenting. (In Press.)
  • ATOUT M, HEMINGWAY P and SEYMOUR J, 2017. Challenges to effective communication in the care of children with palliative care needs: the perspective of mothers and health professionals in Jordan In: Conference in Paediatric Palliative Care 'Worlds apart: Culture and context in caring for the whole child’. Cardiff.
  • MANNING JC, HEMINGWAY P and REDSELL SA, 2017. Stories of survival: Children’s narratives of psychosocial wellbeing following paediatric critical care. Journal of Child Health Care. 1-17 (In Press.)
  • BUTUN A and HEMINGWAY P, 2017. A qualitative systematic review of the reasons for parental attendance at the emergency department with children presenting with minor illness. International Emergency Nursing. (In Press.)
  • MANNING JC, HEMINGWAY P and REDSELL SA, 2016. Reconceptualising long-term survival from childhood critical illness: Improving understanding through an ecological perspective. In: World Congress for Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care (WCPICCS 2016), Toronto, Canada..
  • ATOUT M, HEMINGWAY P and SEYMOUR J, 2016. Exploring experience of communication in the care of children with palliative care needs: the perspectives of physicians, nurses and family carers in Jordan In: International Health Conference (2016), London.UK.
  • ATOUT M, HEMINGWAY P and SEYMOUR J, 2016. Exploring experience of communication in the care of children with palliative care needs: the perspectives of physicians, nurses and family carers in Jordan In: LINK16 (2016) , Nottingham, UK.
  • BUTUN A and HEMINGWAY P, 2016. A qualitative systematic review of the reasons for parental attendance at the Emergency Department with children presenting with minor illness In: 2nd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing & Trauma Care, Sitges, Spain.
  • MANNING JC, HEMINGWAY P and REDSELL SA, 2016. Unheard and unseen but influential: Exploring and understanding the experiences and roles of siblings of PICU survivors post critical illness In: European Academy of Paediatric Societies Conference, . Geneva, Switzerland. 21-25th October 2016.
  • MANNING JC, HEMINGWAY P and REDSELL SA, 2015. Long-term psychosocial well-being following acute life threatening critical illness: A longitudinal, qualitative, multiple-case study. In: Caring without Boarders: 26th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care, Vilnius, Lithuania.
  • MANNING, J., HEMINGWAY, P. and REDSELL, S., 2014. Long-term psychosocial impact reported by childhood critical illness survivors: a systematic review Nursing in Critical Care. 19(3), 145-156
  • MANNING, J.C., HEMINGWAY, P. and REDSELL, S.A., 2014. Protocol for a longitudinal qualitative study: survivors of childhood critical illness exploring long-term psychosocial well-being and needs – The SCETCH Project BMJ Open. 4(e004230. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-004230),
  • MANNING, JC, HEMINGWAY, P and REDSELL, SA, 2014. Abstract 116: Long-Term Psychosocial Well-Being Following Acute Life Threatening Critical Illness: Exploring Childrens’ Narratives of Survival Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 15(4), Suppl
  • MANNING JC, HEMINGWAY P and REDSELL SA, 2014. Long-term psychosocial well-being following acute life threatening critical illness: Exploring childrens’ narratives of survival. In: World Congress for Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care (WCPICCS 2014), Istanbul, Turkey.
  • MANNING, J.C., HEMINGWAY, P. and REDSELL, S.A., 2013. Surviving Childhood Critical Illness: A thematic synthesis of qualitative literature exploring long-term psychological and social impact In: 2nd Paediatric Nursing Association of Europe (PNAE) Congress on Paediatric Nursing, Glasgow, UK.
  • MANNING, JC, HEMINGWAY, P and REDSELL, S, 2013. G59 (P) Long-Term Psychological and Social Impact Reported by Childhood Critical Illness Survivors: A Systematic Review and Thematic Synthesis Archives of Disease in Childhood. 98(Suppl 1), A31-A31
  • MANNING JC, HEMINGWAY P and REDSELL SA, 2013. Surviving Childhood Critical Illness: A thematic synthesis of qualitative literature exploring long-term psychological and social impact In: 2nd Paediatric Nursing Association of Europe (PNAE) Congress on Paediatric Nursing, Glasgow, UK..
  • HEMINGWAY P, REDSELL S, 2011. Children and young people's participation in healthcare consultations in the emergency department. International Emergency Nursing. 19(4, October), 192-198
  • HEMINGWAY P, BENNETT P, 2011. Editorial: Children and Young People's Special Issue: Rising child emergency department attendances: don't reinvent the wheel International Emergency Nursing. 19(4 (October)), 163-164
  • HEMINGWAY P, 2010. Taking your child to a consultation; the parents' perspective.. In: REDSELL S, HASTINGS A, ed., Listening to children and young people in healthcare consultations Oxford:Radcliffe Publishing. 1-204
  • HEMINGWAY P, 2010. Parents seek advice on home care from emergency staff: News Emergency Nurse. 17(1), 5
  • HUMMEL, S., SIMPSON, E.L., HEMINGWAY, P., STEVENSON, M.D. and REES, A., 2010. Intensity-modulated radiotherapy for the treatment of prostate cancer: a systematic review and economic evaluation Health Technology Assessment. 14(47), 1-137
  • HEMINGWAY P, MACFAUL R, ARMON K, WERNEKE U, LAKHANPAUL M, STEPHENSON T., 2009. Why do parents attend emergency departments with children presenting with minor illnesses? A survey In: RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference, Cardiff, UK.
  • HEMINGWAY P, BRERETON N., 2009. What is a systematic review? (2nd ed): What is...? series Haywood Medical Communications.
  • LAKHANPAUL, M., MACFAUL, R., WERNEKE, U., ARMON, K., HEMINGWAY, P. and STEPHENSON, T., 2009. An evidence-based guideline for children presenting with acute breathing difficulty Emergency Medicine Journal. 26(12), 850-853
  • HEMINGWAY P, SHARMA T, DIXON S and AKEHURST RL, 2009. Intrathecal drug delivery systems for non-malignant chronic pain and cancer pain.: Interim Excellence in Decision Making (iEDM) Report 4/09 NHS Yorkshire and Humber Specialist Commissioning Group.
  • HEMINGWAY P, MACFAUL R, ARMON K, WERNEKE U, LAKHANPAUL M, STEPHENSON T, 2008. Predictors of parental attendance with children presenting with minor illness at an Accident and Emergency (A&E) department and General Practice (GP) services In: RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference, Liverpool, UK..
  • WAILOO A, TOSH J, HEMINGWAY P and , 2008. Use of tumour necrosis factor alpha (tnf α) inhibitors (adalimumab and infliximab) for Crohn's disease. NICE Decision Support Unit Interim Report NICE Decision Support Unit.
  • HEMINGWAY P, HERMANN K, BRERETON N and AKEHURST R, 2008. A systematic review of current treatment of osteoarthritis, patient pathways and guidelines: On Behalf of Novartis Pharma AG. Report by ScHARR
  • HEMINGWAY P, ALLCOCK N, PAYNE H, TANNER J., 2007. Pre-operative hair removal to reduce surgical site infection. Best Practice. 11(4), 1-4
  • HEMINGWAY P, ALLCOCK N, TOWELL T, JAMES V., 2006. Systematic Review Protocol 120, Adult users’ attitudes and beliefs regarding herbal and food supplements for the relief of chronic pain At: Joanna Briggs Institute
  • ARMON, K, MACFAUL, R, HEMINGWAY, P, WERNEKE, U and STEPHENSON, T, 2004. The impact of presenting problem based guidelines for children with medical problems in an accident and emergency department. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 89(2), 159-64
  • ARMON, K, STEPHENSON, T, MACFAUL, R, HEMINGWAY, P, WERNEKE, U and SMITH, S, 2003. An evidence and consensus based guideline for the management of a child after a seizure. Emergency Medicine Journal : EMJ. 20(1), 13-20
  • LAKHANPAUL, M., ARMON, K., ECCLESTON, P., WERNEKE, U., SMITH, S., MACFAUL, R. and STEPHENSON, T., 2002. Implementing clinical guidelines for paediatric care services: an overview Journal of Integrated Care Pathways. 6(1), 18-25
  • ECCLESTON, P., WERNEKE, U., ARMON, K., STEPHENSON, T. and MACFAUL, R., 2001. Accounting for overlap?: an application of Mezzich's k statistic to test interrater reliability of interview data on parental accident and emergency attendance Journal of Advanced Nursing. 33(6), 784-790
  • ARMON, K, STEPHENSON, T, MACFAUL, R, ECCLESTON, P and WERNEKE, U, 2001. An evidence and consensus based guideline for acute diarrhoea management. Archives of disease in childhood. 85(2), 132-42
  • ARMON K, STEPHENSON T, GABRIEL V, MACFAUL R, ECCLESTON P, WERNEKE U, SMITH S., 2001. Determining the common medical presenting complaints to an accident and emergency department Archives of Disease in Childhood. 84(5), 390-2
  • ARMON K, MACFAUL R, WERNEKE U, ECCLESTON P, SMITH S, WILLIAMS L, STEPHENSON TJ, 1999. Consensus-based guideline for the management of acute diarrhoea in children Paediatrics Today. 7 (Winter)(4), 73
  • ECCLESTON P, ARMON K, MACFAUL R, WERNEKE U, STEPHENSON TJ., 1998. Why do parents of children with minor presenting complaints attend accident and emergency? Paediatrics Today. 6(3), 45
  • MANNING P, HEMINGWAY P and REDSELL SA, Long-Term Psychosocial Well-Being Following Acute Life Threatening Critical Illness: Exploring Childrens’ Narratives of Survival
  • MANNING J, HEMINGWAY P and REDSELL SA, MANNING, JC, HEMINGWAY, P and REDSELL, S, 2013. G59 (P) Long-Term Psychological and Social Impact Reported by Childhood Critical Illness Survivors: A Systematic Review and Thematic Synthesis Archives of Disease in Childhood. 98(Suppl 1), A31-A31

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