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Nick has worked at UCLan for the last 12 years and currently has lead responsibility for the solution focused interventions taught within the school. He continues to work in a General Practice offering brief psychological interventions to the patients at the practice.
Nick has worked at UCLan for the last 12 years and currently has lead responsibility for the solution focused interventions taught within the school. He continues to work in a General Practice offering brief psychological interventions to the patients at the practice. He has worked in the field of mental health nursing since 1980 when he started his nurse training. Since then he has gained experience of working in a wide variety of secondary and primary care settings including health services, social services, the voluntary and private sectors.
Registered Mental Health Nurse (Cambridge)
BA (Hons) Nursing Education (Manchester)
Practice Educator / Nurse Tutor (Manchester)
MA Applied Research and Quality Evaluation (Sheffield)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
Bohannon, N., & Thorpe, M. (1992) Leading Teams. Pavilion Publishing. Brighton.
Chapters in books:
Williams L., & Bohannon, N. (2005) When followers walk too fast: Nursing, leadership and the consultant nurse. In Consultant Nursing in Mental Health. Wilshaw, G (ed) (2005) Chichester. Kingsham.
Professional Journal Articles:
Wilshaw, G., & Bohannon, N. (2003) Reflective practice and team teaching in mental health care Nursing Standard. Harrow-on-the-Hill: Aug 27-Sep 2,. Vol. 17, Iss. 50; p33-37.
See all of Nick's publications here
Nick has undertaken research projects in the UK and the Middle East in measuring patient satisfaction with their care. His current research interest is in the process and outcomes of Solution-Focused Interventions in Primary Care.
Nick also leads the School’s provision of Solution-Focused Therapy modules. His teaching is largely orientated around the use of Solution-Focused interventions, and the Pre Registration Nursing curriculum. He is also a Book and Proposal Reviewer for Pearson Education, and for Oxford University Press.