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Mr Grahame Smith

Mr Grahame Smith

Telephone: 0151 231 4115

Biography

I am mental health nursing academic, a reader in mental health and a subject head. In addition, I am the centre lead for the centre for collaborative innovation in dementia, an accredited health living lab - European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL). I continue to practice, research and publish within the mental health nursing field, my specific interests include living well with dementia, user-centric innovation (health), and mental health ethics. As a qualified and practicing leadership coach and mentor I have an interest in NLP and mindfulness.

As an educational professional I am a NMC teacher, a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a NMC reviewer (pre-registration mental health nursing programmes). I continue to maintain my clinical skills through my work with a local mental health NHS Trust, I also work with people living with dementia through my role as the lead for the centre in collaborative innovation in dementia.

My teaching interests include; pre-registration mental health nursing; post-registration & post-graduate programmes (specifically mental health ethics; leadership ethics; personality disorders; dementia and descriptive psychopathology).

Publications

Conference publication

Smith GM, Simkhada BD. 2018. Innovation through technology: using a living lab approach as a driver for a smart and healthy city Health Care: Current Reviews, 13th World Congress on Healthcare & Technology 6 :51-51 >DOI

Smith GM, Simkhada BD. 2018. Living Lab: The Co-creation Technique Health Care: Current Reviews, 13th World Congress on Healthcare & Technology 6 :40-40 >DOI

Smith GM. 2017. Tutorial: Co-Creation Technique - The User-Centric Living Labs Approach Enaged Citizens and their New Smart Worlds, IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications :32-32

Smith GM, Khatri R. 2017. Implications for educational practice - overriding the choices of mental health service users: A study examining the acute mental health nurses https://www.kuleuven.be/communicatie/congresbureau/nursingethics2017/documents/conference-book-nursing-ethics.pdf, 18th Nursing Ethics Conference & 3rd International Ethics in Care Conference :132-133

Smith GM. 2016. Enabling people with dementia to co-create solutions to the everyday challenge of living with dementia: Co-creating memory enabling technology 4th Annual Global Health Conferences 2016, 4th Annual World Congress of Geriatrics and Gerontology :169-169

Rea K, Smith GM. 2016. Developing a Care Pathway for Depression http://www.ecmh.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/ECMH-Prague-Abstract-Book-corrected-1.pdf, 5th European Conference on Mental Health

Smith GM. 2015. Exploring the ethical decision-making of mental health nurses who have utilised coercive strategies 21st International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research conference: “Building new relationships in mental health nursing: opportunities and challenges”

Smith GM. 2014. Aging societies and meeting the increase challenge of providing innovative dementia care across NW Europe: An interdisciplinary and transnational approach Aging and Society: 4th Interdisciplinary Conference

Rylance R, Smith GM. 2014. The everyday challenges of living with dementia - co creating sustainable solutions 20th International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research Conference

Smith GM. 2013. Innovate Dementia: The Living Lab Model Royal College of Psychiatrists and European Association of Geriatric Psychiatry Conference

Journal article

Smith GM. 2017. Health and social care research: a way of pragmatically addressing societal challenges Links to Health and Social Care, 2 :1-3

Uwamaliya P, Smith GM. 2017. Rehabilitation for survivors of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda: What are the lessons learned? Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 38 :361-367 >DOI

Woods L, Pendleton J, Smith GM, Parker P. 2015. Working collaboratively to support people living with dementia Mental Health Nursing, 3 :16-18

Smith GM. 2014. Light as an intervention to manage distressing symptoms in dementia: a literature review Mental Health Nursing, 5 :12-15

Chapters

Smith GM. 2017. Ethical Issues in Mental Health Nursing Scott PA. Key Concepts in Nursing Ethics :145-158 Springer International Publishing 978-3-319-49249-0 >DOI

Smith GM. 2016. Living Lab Glasper A, Rees C. Nursing and Healthcare Research at a Glance :158-159 John Wiley & Sons 9781118778791

Smith GM, Davenport J, Parker AD. 2016. Living well with dementia Smith GM. Dementia Care: A Practical Approach :59-70 CRC Press. Boca Raton

Smith GM, Parker AD. 2016. Technological approaches Smith GM. Dementia Care: A Practical Approach :113-124 CRC Press. Boca Raton

Shaw L, Hayes J, Smith G. 2016. Care and Compassion Smith GM. Dementia Care A Practical Approach CRC Press. Boca Raton 9781482245738

Smith GM. 2015. Remembering to remember: the living lab approach to meeting the everyday challenges of people living with dementia Bruno D. The Preservation of Memory :184-195 Psychology Press. East Sussex 978-1138840195

Smith GM. 2015. Research Background Halsall B, MacDonald R. Design for Dementia: Volume 1 - A Guide The Halsall Lloyd Partnership. Liverpool

Smith GM. 2012. Psychological interventions within an ethical context Smith GM. Psychological interventions in mental health nursing :143-154

Book

Smith GM. 2016. A Practical Introduction to Mental Health Ethics Routledge 9781138840300

Smith GM. 2016. Dementia Care A Practical Approach CRC Press 9781482245745

Smith GM, Rylance R. 2016. Rapid Mental Health Nursing Wiley Blackewell 978-1-119-04500-7

Smith GM. 2014. Mental Health Nursing at a Glance Wiley Blackwell 978-1-118-46528-8

Smith GM. 2012. Psychological Interventions in Mental Health Nursing Open University Press 9780335244164

Report

Greenop D, Smith GM. 2016. Dementia Reablement Service: an evaluation for Cheshire East Council

Rea K, Smith GM. 2015. Integrated Depression Care Pathway: Project Report

Woods L, Smith GM, Pendleton J, Parker AD. 2013. Innovate Dementia Baseline Report: Shaping the future for people living with dementia

Other

Rylance R, Smith GM. 2016. The Journal of Dementia Care Asks: Better Care Fund Response The Journal Of Dementia Care, 24 :10-10

Editorial/letter to the editor

Smith GM. 2015. The ageing society and its potential impact on health and social care provision: Editorial Working Papers in the Health Sciences,

Engagement & Impact

Conference organisation:

UK Society for Behavioural Medicine; 13th Annual Scientific Meeting, Session Chair - Health Behaviour, http://www.uksbm.org.uk/liverpool-2017-annual-scientific-meeting/

UK Society for Behavioural Medicine - 13th Annual Scientific Meeting, Local Organising Committee Member, http://www.uksbm.org.uk/liverpool-2017-annual-scientific-meeting/

2017 IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Communications, Session Co-Chair - Personalized Mobile Apps for Smart Cities and Citizens 2, http://pimrc2017.ieee-pimrc.org/

2017 IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Communications, Session Co-Chair - Personalized Mobile Apps for Smart Cities and Citizens, http://pimrc2017.ieee-pimrc.org/

4th Annual World Congress of Geriatrics and Gerontology, Symposium Chair - Psychological Sciences and Social Lives of Aging

4th Annual World Congress of Geriatrics and Gerontology, Programme Committee Member

Living Well with Dementia: A Pragmatic Approach - Liverpool, Chair of the organising committee

World Health & Design Forum - Eindhoven, Scientific Committee Member

Editorial boards:

Advisory Board Member - Working Papers in the Health Sciences E-Journal, Advisory Board Member, https://www.southampton.ac.uk/wphs/about/index.page

Fellowships:

Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Industrial connections:

Damibu, Co-design of a dementia travel app, http://www.damibu.com/

Damibu, Co-creation of a reminiscence app, http://www.damibu.com/

Citrus Suite, Co-creation of a memory enabling app, http://www.citrussuite.com/product/remind-memory-suite/

Media Coverage:

'Centre for Collaborative Innovation in Dementia - SciFri Interview’ on BBC Radio Merseyside – Tony Snell in the Morning (12/01/2018)

‘Mental Health Funding’ on BBC Radio Merseyside – Early Morning News Bulletins (20/03/2015)

‘Innovate Dementia Interview – A Radio Documentary: Living Well with Dementia; A Personal Journey’ – Liverpool Life (29/05/2014)

‘Mental Health Nursing Interview’ on BBC Radio Merseyside - Tony Snell in the Morning (21/01/2014)

‘Innovate Dementia Interview’ on BBC Radio Merseyside – Tony Snell in the Morning (13/13/2013)

‘Innovate Dementia Transnational Symposium Interview’ on Bay TV Liverpool (14/03/2013)

‘Innovate Dementia Transnational Symposium Interview’ on BBC North West Tonight (12/03/2013)

‘Innovate Dementia Interview’ on BBC North West Today (12/03/2013)

‘Innovate Dementia Project Overview’ - on Bay TV Liverpool (30/10/2012)

Membership of professional bodies:

Registered Mental Health Nurse, NMC

Other invited event:

Alzheimer's Society National Dementia Friendly Awards 2017, County Halls, London, Award Judge - Dementia Innovation of the Year 2017

Alzheimer's Society National Dementia Friendly Awards 2016, Westminster Abbey, Award Judge - Dementia Innovation of the Year 2016

Other Professional Activity:

Subject matter expert supporting the development of the NMC's draft QA framework for education (2017)

NIHR Review - Advance care planning following diagnosis of dementia (2016)

NMC Reviewer

Research Grants Awarded:

Damibu/SBRI Wales, Co-creating a Travel App for People living with Dementia (Phase 1), Grahame Smith (PI), Laura Kelly (Co-I), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Grant value (£): 3140.00, Duration of research project: 3 months

ERDF, Health Enterprise Hub - Innovation Exchange (HEHIE), Grahame Smith (PI), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Echo Yeung (Co-I), Grant value (£): 272713, Duration of research project: 3 years

Interreg Europe, HELIUM, Grahame Smith (PI), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Grant value (£): 243435, Duration of research project: 30 months

Janssen/Thomas More, Pharmacy Packaging Tests, Grahame Smith (PI), Lorraine Shaw (Co-I), Grant value (£): 22335, Duration of research project: 1 year

Cheshire East Council, Evaluation of a Dementia Reablement Service, Grahame Smith (PI), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Grant value (£): 10000, Duration of research project: 14 months

NHS England Research Innovation Fund, Perfect Depression Care, Grahame Smith (PI), Karen Rea (Co-I), Grant value (£): 49549, Duration of research project: 1 year

Interreg NW Europe (IVB), Innovate Dementia, Grahame Smith (PI), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Denise Parker (Co-I), Grant value (£): 541000, Duration of research project: 3 years and 5 months