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Joseph Manning

NIHR/HEE ICA Clinical Lecturer | Clinical Associate Professor in Children, Young People and Families Nursing,

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Biography

Dr Joseph Manning is a Clinical-Academic Nurse and a current National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and Health Education England (HEE) Integrated Clinical-Academic (ICA) Clinical Lecturer.

He has a joint appointment at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) and The University of Nottingham (UoN) allowing for meaningful concurrent engagement in clinical practice and research. In his clinical-academic role, Joseph works as a Clinical Associate Professor in Children, Young People and Families Nursing, Charge Nurse for Paediatric Critical Care Outreach Team (Nottingham Children's Hospital), and as the lead for NMAHP research theme for Children and Families at NUH.

In addition, Joseph has regional, national and international roles as:

  • Co-lead for the East Midlands HEE Clinical-Academic Post-doctoral Bridging Programme (HEE funded)
  • Member of the Management Group for the East Midlands Clinical-Academic Pre-doctoral and Post-doctoral Bridging Awards (HEE funded)
  • Invited member of the Nottingham Hospitals Charity Research Funding Panel
  • Invited Member of the East Midlands NMAHP Clinical-Academic Steering Group
  • Member of the Paediatric Intensive Care Society Study Group (UK)
  • Associate Editor of Journal of Child Health Care
  • Elected Chair of the Nursing Science Section for the European Society for Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC)
  • Steering Committee Member (Europe Lead) - PICU Core Outcome Set - NICHD Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network (US).

Qualifications:

2005: Masters in Nursing Science (1st Class Hons), The University of Nottingham

2009: Post Graduate Certificate in Paediatric Intensive Care Nursing, The University of Nottingham

2015: PhD in Nursing Studies, The University of Nottingham.

Research:

Joseph is committed to generating and advancing nursing science to achieve excellence in the care, experience and outcomes of children, young people and their families. Joseph's programme of research relates to understanding and supporting: (1) The needs of children and families following critical illness; (2) emotional health and well-being of children and young people admitted to acute care; (3) safe and effective health transitions of children and young people.

Since 2011, Joseph has received over £3.51 million in competitive funding, of which £577,785 has been as Chief Investigator.

Current research studies:

  • Co-Investigator (2020-205) - The PRESSURE study. Evaluation of the clinical and cost effectiveness of using a more permissive blood pressure target to guide careful titration of vasoactive agents in critically ill children with hypotension. Funded by: NIHR HTA [Chief Investigator: Dr David Inwald].
  • Co-Investigator (2020-2022) - The ANCHOR Study. Management of ANkle fractures in CHildren: development of a core Outcome set and the feasibility of a Randomised controlled trial. Funded by NIHR RfPB [Chief Investigator: Mr Ben Olliviere].
  • Co-Investigator (2019-2022) - The CORE-Kids Study: What are the most important outcomes to measure following childhood fractures? Funded by NIHR DRF [Lead applicant: Mr Ben Marson; First Supervisor: Mr Olliviere; Second supervisor: Dr Manning].
  • Chief Investigator (2019-2022) - The OCEANIC Study. A multi-centre longitudinal mixed methods study to explore the Outcomes of ChildrEn and fAmilies iN the first year after paediatric Intensive Care discharge. Funded by NIHR/HEE. https://sites.google.com/nihr.ac.uk/oceanicstudy
  • Co-Investigator (2018-2020) - The PERMIT Study. Paediatric Early Rehabilitation/Mobilisation during InTensive care feasibility study. Funded by NIHR HTA [Chief Investigator: Dr Barney Scholefield]
  • Co-Investigator (2019-2020) - IMPAACT Programme© : In-reach for Multi-Professional Awareness and Advocacy of Clinical academic Training Programme. Funded Health Education England - East Midlands [Chief Investigator: Professor Joanne Cooper]
  • Chief Investigator (2018-2019) - Exploring and supporting General Practitioners in managing children and young people who present with mental health problems. Funded by Coventry and Rugby CCG.

Completed research studies:

  • Co-Investigator (2017-2018) - Brain Injury: Living Life (BRILL): An evaluation of the impact and outcomes of children and families that participated in an innovative neuro-rehabilitation service. Funded by CLAHRC East Midlands [Chief Investigator: Rachel Keetley].
  • Chief Investigator (2016-2018) - Developing a safety tool for children and young people admitted to inpatient care with mental health conditions. Funded by Notts Clinical Commissioning Group.
  • Co-Investigator (2016-2017) - Fundamentals of Research for Children: Developmnet of a co-produced, inter-professional, evidence appraisal skills course. Funded by Health Education England - East Midlands [Chief Investigator: Dr Andy Lunn].
  • Chief Investigator (2015-2018) - Development and evaluation of re-usable learning objects (RLOs) to support the psychosocial well-being of carers of children diagnosed with cancer. Funded by Nottingham Hospitals Charity.
  • Chief Investigator (2015-2016) - Evaluating quality and impact of acute paediatric inpatient care: defining the domains for a Patient Centred Outcome Measure (PCOM) in children and young people admitted for self-harm injuries/Eating Disorders. Funded by NHS England.
  • Chief Investigator (2015-2017) - 'Our care through our eyes': A service-user co-produced education programme for acute hospital nurses to improve the care of children and young people that self-harm. Funded by Young Minds Empowerment Programme, The Burdett Trust for Nursing.
  • Co-Investigator (2014-2015) - Skills-based intervention to support parents of adolescents with depression and anxiety disorders: A scoping review. Funded by University of Nottingham [Chief Investigator: Dr Oonagh Meade]
  • Chief Investigator (2011-2014) - The SCETCH Project. Survivors of Childhood Critical Illness: Exploring long-term psychosocial wellbeing and needs. Funded by NIHR/Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.

Fellowships/travel awards:

Joseph has been the recipient of a number of prestigious and internationally competitive fellowships and travel grants that have allowed him to build his networks and maximise the reach of his research. Awards include:

  • Health Education England-East Midlands, Post-doctoral ICA Fellowship (Gold) [2017 and 2018].
  • The Bloomberg Emerging Nurse Scholar, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Canada [2015].
  • The European Society for Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC) Nursing Fellowship, Sophia Children's Hospital, Rotterdam [2014].
  • The British Council Researcher Links, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil [2014].
  • National Institute for Health Research/ NUH NHS Trust Translational Research Fellowship, School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham [2011].

PhD/MRes Students:

Ongoing

  • 2019- - Mr Ben Marson (NIHR DRF funded PhD), School of Medicine [Second supervisor]. Title: The CORE-Kids Study: What are the most important outcomes to measure following childhood fractures?
  • 2019 (PT)- - Rachel Keetley (Health Education England funded PhD), School of Rehabilitation, Aging and Wellbeing [second supervisor]. Title: Measuring the longer-term impact, outcomes and healthcare needs of children and families following Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
  • 2018 - -Chantelle Grandjean, Faculty of Biology and Medicine, University of Lausanne, Switzerland [Expert -member of doctoral committee]. Title: Chronic critical illness: Children' care characteristics and families' psychosocial outcomes and needs.
  • 2016- - Rachel Bower (Coventry University funded PhD), Coventry University [Primary supervisor]. Title: Interventions to reduce interruptions to medication administration in Paediatric Intensive Care: an exploratory study.

Completed

  • 2017-2018 - Nicola Taylor (NIHR funded MRes), Coventry University.
  • 2016-2017 - Rachel Keetley (NIHR funded MARM), University of Nottingham.
  • 2015-2016 - Rachel Bower (NIHR funded MRes), Coventry University.
  • 2014-2018 - Dr Emma Popejoy (UoN Lifecycle funded PhD), University of Nottingham. [Second supervisor]. Title: Decision making and future planning for children with life-limiting illnesses: a qualitative longitudinal case study.

UK Collaborators:

  • Professor Jane Coad, University of Nottingham
  • Dr Philip Quinlan, University of Nottingham
  • Dr Tim Carter, University of Nottingham
  • Dr Damian Wood, Nottingham Children's Hospital
  • Professor Joanne Cooper, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Dr Barney Scholefield, University of Birmingham
  • Professor Sarah Redsell, Anglia Ruskin University
  • Ms Angela Horsley, NHS Improvement
  • Dr Gillian Colville, St Georges Hospital
  • Professor Jos Latour, University of Plymouth
  • Professor Liz Draper, University of Leicester.

International collaborators:

  • Professor Martha Curley - University of Pennsylvania, US
  • Dr Janet Rennick - McGill University, Canada
  • Dr Neethi Pinto, University of Chicago, US
  • Professor Scott Watson, Seattle Children's Hospital, US
  • Dr Reinis Blamarks, Bernu Klinska Universitates Slimnica (Children's Hospital) / Riga Stadins University, Latvia

Selected Publications

Manning, J.C. (2018) What are the needs of siblings and how can we support them? 7th Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies. Paris, France. 30th October-3rd November. [invited speaker]

Manning, J.C. (2018) The complex post-operative non-cardiac child. 7th Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies. Paris, France. 30th October-3rd November. [invited speaker]

Popejoy, E., Pollock, K., Manning, J.C., Almack, K., Johnston, B. (2018) Decision making for children with life-limiting conditions. ANCC Magnet Conference. Denver, Colorado. 24-26th October.

Manning, J.C., Scholefield, B. and Latour, J. (2018) Aftercare following discharge from the Paediatric Intensive Care: A Service evaluation of PICUs in the UK and Ireland. The 32nd PICS Annual Scientific Meeting. Bristol, 19th-21st September

Manning, J.C. (2018) Pursuing a Clinical Academic Pathway: The nurse experience of a doctoral fellowship. The 32nd PICS Annual Scientific Meeting. Bristol, 19th-21st September. [invited speaker]

Manning, J.C. (2018) Developing as a clinical academic: from local relevance to global reach. East Midlands Clinical-Academic Showcase 2018. The University of Nottingham, Nottingham. 20th June. [invited speaker]

Manning, J.C. (2018) Realising the benefits of social media for the scared, wary, or just confused? 9th Congress of the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive Care Societies. Singapore. 9th-13th June. [invited speaker]

Manning, J.C. (2018) The outcomes of siblings of survivors of critical illness. 9th Congress of the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive Care Societies. Singapore. 9th-13th June. [invited speaker]

Manning, J.C. (2018) Surrounded by ladders: developing a post-doctoral programme of impactful clinical-academic research with children, young people and families. In: Coad, J., Manning, J.C., Bramley, L., Bailey, E., and Cooper, J. Symposium - 'Ladders and Snakes': Influencing and supporting clinical academic researcher development to make a real difference to patient outcomes across the life course. The International RCN Research Society Annual Conference 2018. Birmingham, 16-18th April.

Manning, J.C., Carter, T., Wood, D. (2018) Risk assessment and safety management on general acute paediatric wards. Managing mental health in paediatric acute care conference. Leeds. 21st March. [invited speaker]

Manning, J.C. (2017) Supporting siblings post childhood critical illness. Paediatric Intensive Care Society 32nd Conference Symposium - Optimising rehabilitation and outcomes from Paediatric Intensive Care. Nottingham. 9th October. [invited speaker]

Carter, T. and Manning, J.C. (2017) The development and impact of a co-produced digital education programme on children's nurses' knowledge, confidence and attitudes in providing care for children and young people who have self-harmed. 4th International Youth Mental Health Conference 2017. Dublin, Ireland. 24-26th September.

Manning, J.C. (2017) Clinical-Academic Careers: Opportunities for specialist and advanced practice roles. Nottingham Hospitals Advanced Clinical and Specialist Practice Conference. Nottingham. 28th June. [Invited speaker]

Manning, J.C. (2017) Surviving childhood critical illness: developing the science for our practice. Celebrating Nursing and Midwifery Innovation. Nottingham. 15th June. [Invited speaker]

Manning, J.C. (2017) Psychosocial impact and outcomes of children that survive PICU. Nottingham Paediatric Research Showcase Conference Nottingham. 14th June. [Invited speaker]

Manning, J.C. (2017) How to set up a program of research with paediatric intensive care unit survivors. 27th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care. Lisbon, Portugal. 6-9th June. [Invited speaker]

Manning, J.C., Bean, D. and Coad, J. (2017) Clinical-Academic Careers: Making them happen. Clinical Academic Careers- regional celebration event. Nottingham. 25th April. [Invited speaker]

Popejoy, E., Johnston, B., Manning, J.C., Almack, K. and Pollack, K. (2016) Decision Making for Children with Life-limiting Illnesses: The Different Guises of 'Convincing' and 'Compromising'. In: 3rd Congress on Paediatric Palliative Care - A Global Gathering, Rome, Italy. 11/2016

Suleman, Z., Evans, C. & Manning, J.C. (2016) Understanding the experiences of parents and carers during transition from the paeditric intensive care unit: a qualitative systematic review. In: The Joanna Briggs 20th Anniversary Conference. The Ripple Effect: Influencing global health since 1996, Adelaide, Australia. 11/2016

Manning J.C. (2016) Facilitating safe transitions between care settings. In: European Academy of Paediatric Societies Conference. Geneva, Switzerland. 10/2016 [Invited Speaker]

Manning J.C. (2016) Psychosocial outcomes after critical illness in children. In: European Academy of Paediatric Societies Conference. Geneva, Switzerland. 10/2016 [Invited Speaker]

Manning, J.C., Hemingway, P. and Redsell, S.A. (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. 10/2016

Bower, R., Coad, J., Manning, J.C. and Pengelly, T. (2016) 'Not interrupted enough to be aware': A qualitative exploration of paediatric critical care nurses' decision-making when interrupted during medication administration. In: European Academy of Paediatric Societies Conference. Geneva, Switzerland. 10/2016

Manning, J.C. and Logan, P. (2016) Celebrating Clinical-Academic Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals across the region. In: National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) 10 years East Midlands Celebration Conference, Leicester, UK. 10/2016 [Invited Speaker]

Manning, J.C., Hemingway, P. and Redsell, S.A. (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. 06/2016.

Suleman, Z., Evans, C. & Manning, J.C. (2016) Parents' and carers' experiences of transitions and aftercare following a child's discharge from a pediatric intensive care unit to an inpatient ward setting: a qualitative systematic review. In: World Congress for Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care (WCPICCS 2016), Toronto, Canada. 06/2016.

Walsh, D.T., McHale, S., Irvine, A. & Manning, J.C. (2016) Evaluating the impact of a roving paediatric rapid response team on healthcare professionals with a UK tertiary children's hospital. In: 12th International Conference on rapid response systems and medical emergency teams. Melbourne, Australia. 05/2016.

Manning, J.C., Bingham, V. & Woods, D. (2016) Establishing Patient-centred Outcomes for Acute Inpatient Care of Adolescents with Mental Health Problems. Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine. Washington, USA; 3/2016.

Manning, J.C., Bingham, V., Cooper, J., Bean, D., Blake, I., Wood, D., Turner, A., Rychwalska-brown, L., Latter, K. & Coad, J. (2015) Evaluating the quality and impact of acute inpatient care of children and young people admitted with self-harm injuries or eating disorders: a multiple stakeholder engagement project.. Excellence in Pediatrics. London, UK; 12/2015

Manning, J.C., Blake, I., Bean, D., Cooper, J., Michail, M., Hendron, E. & Coad, J. (2015) Evaluating quality and impact of acute paediatric inpatient care for children and young people admitted with self-harm injuries or eating disorders: a rapid review of the literature. Excellence in Pediatrics. London, UK; 12/2015

Bower, R., Coad, J., Manning, J.C. & Pengally, T. (2015) Understanding the nature and impact of interruptions on medication administration within a paediatric critical care unit: An exploratory study. National Institute for Health Research Trainee Conference. Leeds, UK; 11/2015.

Manning, J.C., Hemingway, P. and Redsell, S.A. (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.

Popejoy, E. and Manning J.C. (2015) Challenging the status quo: An evaluation of children's nurses' evidence based practice. In: JBI European Symposium: Innovations in Evidence Synthesis and Implementation, Nottingham, UK.

Manning, J.C. and Coad, J. (2015) Transforming children's nursing within a healthcare organisation through an innovative leadership approach. In: The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK.

Manning, J.C. and Coad, J. (2015) Through the looking glass: Transforming children's nursing research culture within a healthcare organisation through an innovative leadership approach. In: RCN International Research Conference, Nottingham, UK.

Manning, J.C., Hemingway, P. and Redsell, S.A. (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. (2014) The SCETCH Project: An Overview. In: Research Links Workshop - Evidence-based practice in a global context: building sustainable communities of practice, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Manning, J.C., Hemingway, P. and Redsell, S.A. (2013) Long-term psychological and social impact reported by childhood critical illness survivors: A systematic review and thematic synthesis. In: The Royal College of Paediatric & Child Health (RCPCH) Annual Conference & 6th Europaediatrics, Glasgow, UK.

Manning, J.C. (2013) The SCETCH Project Study Protocol: Survivors of Childhood Critical Illness; Exploring and Understanding Long Term Psychosocial Well-being & Needs In: Children's Nursing Research Conference. Alderhey Children's Hospital, Liverpool, UK.

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, J.C. (2011) Facilitating Complex Clinical Research in the Paediatric ICU Setting: The Nottingham Experience. In: The Fourth Trent Paediatric Research Meeting, Nottingham, UK.

Manning, J.C., and Lampariello, S. (2010) Facilitating effective Communication: Improving the transfer of PICU patient referral information through the integration of the SBAR tool In: Paediatric Intensive Care Society Conference. Manchester, UK.

Manning, J.C., Mager, S. and Whittaker, C. (2010) Facilitating the application of Matching Michigan to the Paediatric ICU setting: the Nottingham experience. In: National Patient Safety Agency WebEx, London, UK.

Manning, J.C., Whittaker, C., Mager, S., Wilson, J., Mott, J., Austin, V. and Rashid, A. (2010) Matching Michigan: applying the methodology to the paediatric population In: Patient Safety Conference. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Nottingham, UK.

Manning, J.C., Whittaker, C., Mager, S., Mott, J. and Rashid, A. (2010) Combating Central Venous Catheter Infections through Matching Michigan: Applying the methodology to the Paediatric ICU setting. In: Paediatric Intensive Care Society Conference. Manchester, UK.

Manning, J.C., Bosman, C., Whittaker, C., Mager, S. and Rashid, A. (2010) Combating CVC infections through Matching Michigan: A paediatric ICU perspective In: Second Conference enhancing Best Practice in Vascular Access, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

Manning, J.C. and Lampariello, S. (2010) Following the Leader: Improving communication of patient information through the integration of the SBAR tool into a Paediatric Intensive Care patient referral form In: Department of Health Patient Safety Congress. Birmingham, UK.

Manning, J.C. and Lampariello, S. (2010) Following the Leader: Improving communication of patient referral information in Paediatric Intensive Care In: Patient Safety Conference. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Nottingham, UK.

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