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Professor Richard Kyle

Professor Richard Kyle

Professor of Interprofessional Education

 South Cloisters 3.01

 

South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

Richard joined the University of Exeter in January 2022 as Professor of Interprofessional Education in the Academy of Nursing.  He has held academic positions at the Universities of Glasgow (2005-2006), Lancaster (2006-2007), Manchester (2008-2010), Stirling (2010-2014) and Edinburgh Napier (2015-2020), where he was Reader and Head of Population and Public Health in the School of Health and Social Care, Co-Director of the Nurses’ Lives Research Programme, and served on the School Senior Leadership Team.

Most recently, Richard was Deputy Head of Research and Evaluation at Public Health Wales (2020-2021) where he led the ACTS and CABINS studies delivering real-time behavioural insights on experiences of self-isolation to Welsh Government and NHS Wales Test Trace Protect, played an instrumental role in the establishment of Public Health Wales as the lead site for COVID-19 vaccine trials in Wales, and completed studies of the impact of COVID-19 on emerging vulnerability, unpaid caring, employment, and the health and wellbeing of the nursing and midwifery workforce in Wales.

Richard has diverse interdisciplinary research interests spanning nursing, population and public health, psychosocial oncology, and human geography, where he began his academic career. He currently leads two interconnected research programmes focused on interprofessional healthcare education, and healthcare workforce health and wellbeing.

Richard's research has received national media coverage, influenced nursing policy and parliamentary debate, and received awards, including a Scottish Education Award, and recognition as a finalist at the Scottish Government NMAHP Research Awards in the Research Impact category and the Student Nursing Times Awards for Partnership of the Year and Teaching Innovation of the Year.  He is committed to public engagement in science and has delivered spoken-word performances based on his nurses’ health research at high-profile events including the Edinburgh International Book Festival, Edinburgh Science Festival and Edinburgh International Festival Fringe.

Richard is a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society (FRGS) and Royal Society for Public Health (FRSPH), and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).

He is on Twitter @richardgkyle

Qualifications

  • PhD Human Geography (Glasgow) (2006)
  • PgCert Academic Practice (Stirling) (2014)
  • MA (Hons) Geography (Glasgow) (1998)
  • Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)
  • Fellow, Royal Geographical Society (FRGS)
  • Fellow, Royal Society for Public Health (FRSPH)

Research

Research interests

Richard leads two interconnected research programmes:

Interprofessional healthcare education

The aim of this research programme is to continually innovate healthcare professional education and influence national educational policy, particularly in nursing.  This programme includes completed and current projects on:

  • Population and public health praxis in nursing education
  • Student nurses’ experiences of a pre-nursing scholarship in remote and rural areas of the Scottish Highlands and Islands
  • Human dignity education co-designed with student nurses
  • Student nurses’ attitudes towards social justice and poverty
  • Voluntary and community sector partnerships in nursing curricula
  • Student- and patient-led drama in nursing education

Healthcare workforce health and wellbeing

The aim of this research programme is to better understand and support the health and wellbeing of the healthcare workforce.  This programme includes completed and current projects on:   

  • Overweight and obesity prevalence in nurses and other healthcare professionals
  • Health-related behaviours of the healthcare workforce
  • COVID-19 impacts on the health of the nursing and midwifery workforce, including on student nurses and newly qualified nurses
  • Moral distress in nurses during COVID-19

In addition to these two key research programmes, Richard has on-going interests in the fields of population and public health, child and adolescent health, psychosocial oncology, and human geography.

Richard welcomes approaches from prospective PhD students, and has supervised and examined a number of research students in his areas of expertise to successful completion.

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Song J, Davies AR (2022). Characteristics of those most vulnerable to employment changes during the COVID-19 pandemic: a nationally representative cross-sectional study in Wales. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 76(1), 8-15. Abstract.
Griffiths ML, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Song J, Davies AR (2022). Exploring the Health Impacts and Inequalities of the New Way of Working. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, 64(10), 815-821.
Schneider A, Bak M, Mahoney C, Hoyle L, Kelly M, Atherton IM, Kyle RG (2019). Health-related behaviours of nurses and other healthcare professionals: a cross-sectional study using the Scottish Health Survey. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 75(6), 1239-1251. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Wills J, Mahoney C, Hoyle L, Kelly M, Atherton IM (2017). Obesity prevalence among healthcare professionals in England: a cross-sectional study using the Health Survey for England. BMJ OPEN, 7(12). Author URL.
Kyle RG, Atherton IM (2016). Biogeography as critical nursing pedagogy: Breathing life into nurse education. NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE, 20, 76-79. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Neall RA, Atherton IM (2016). Prevalence of overweight and obesity among nurses in Scotland: a cross-sectional study using the Scottish Health Survey. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES, 53, 126-133. Author URL.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Isherwood KR, Kyle RG, Gray BJ, Davies AR (2022). Challenges to self-isolation among contacts of cases of COVID-19: a national telephone survey in Wales. Journal of Public Health
Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Song J, Davies AR (2022). Characteristics of those most vulnerable to employment changes during the COVID-19 pandemic: a nationally representative cross-sectional study in Wales. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 76(1), 8-15. Abstract.
Griffiths ML, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Song J, Davies AR (2022). Exploring the Health Impacts and Inequalities of the New Way of Working. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, 64(10), 815-821.
Griffiths ML, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Davies AR (2022). Exploring the health impacts and inequalities of the new way of working: findings from a cross-sectional study. International Journal for Population Data Science, 7(2).
Dick S, Kyle R, Wilson P, Aucott L, France E, King E, Malcolm C, Hoddinott P, Turner SW (2022). Insights from and limitations of data linkage studies: analysis of short-stay urgent admission referral source from routinely collected Scottish data. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD Author URL.
Young J, Snowden A, Kyle RG, Stenhouse R (2022). Men's perspectives of caring for a female partner with cancer: a longitudinal narrative study. Health Soc Care Community Abstract.  Author URL.
Griffiths ML, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Davies AR (2022). Seeking good work in the COVID-19 recovery: shifting priorities and employment choices among workers. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Publish Ahead of Print
Kyle RG, Atherton IM, Lasater K (2021). Context, complexity and cross-pollination: Nursing leaders' views of the role of the voluntary and community sector in nurse education. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 99 Author URL.
McInally W, Gray-Brunton C, Chouliara Z, Kyle RG (2021). Experiences of living with cancer of adolescents and young adults and their families: a narrative review and synthesis. Enfermeria Clinica, 31(4), 234-246. Abstract.
Bright D, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Bolton S, Davies AR (2021). Factors influencing initiation of health behaviour conversations with patients: Cross-sectional study of nurses, midwives, and healthcare support workers in Wales. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 77(11), 4427-4438. Author URL.
Hanson CL, Neubeck L, Kyle RG, Brown N, Gallagher R, Clark RA, McHale S, Dawkes S (2021). Gender Differences in Uptake, Adherence and Experiences: a Longitudinal, Mixed-Methods Study of a Physical Activity Referral Scheme in Scotland, UK. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 18(4). Author URL.
Young J, Kyle RG, Sun A (2021). Gender differences in research samples of family carers of adults with cancer: a systematic review. International Journal of Care and Caring, 5(2), 283-318. Abstract.
McInally W, Gray-Brunton C, Chouliara Z, Kyle RG (2021). Life Interrupted: Experiences of adolescents, young adults and their family living with malignant melanoma. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 77(9), 3867-3879. Author URL.
Coull AF, Kyle RG, Hanson CL, Watterson AE (2021). Risk factors for leg ulceration in people who inject drugs: a cross-sectional study. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING, 30(11-12), 1623-1632. Author URL.
MacKay SC, Smith A, Kyle RG, Beattie M (2021). What influences nurses' decisions to work in rural and remote settings? a systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative research. RURAL AND REMOTE HEALTH, 21(1). Author URL.
Lasater K, Atherton IM, Kyle RG (2020). Population health as a 'platform' for nurse education: a qualitative study of nursing leaders. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 86 Author URL.
Ball W, Atherton I, Kyle R (2020). Self-Rated Health Inequalities in British Nurses. International Journal for Population Data Science, 5(5).
Bak MAR, Hoyle LP, Mahoney C, Kyle RG (2020). Strategies to promote nurses ' health: a qualitative study with student nurses. NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE, 48 Author URL.
Hubbard G, Cherrie J, Gray J, Kyle RG, Nioi A, Wendelboe-Nelson C, Cowie H, Dombrowski S (2020). Sun protection education for adolescents: a feasibility study of a wait-list controlled trial of an intervention involving a presentation, action planning, and SMS messages and using objective measurement of sun exposure. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 20(1). Author URL.
Kyle RG, Beattie M, Smith A (2020). Transition into remote and rural nurse education and careers: a qualitative study of student nurses. Journal of Research in Nursing, 25(6-7), 509-520. Abstract.
Schneider A, Bak M, Mahoney C, Hoyle L, Kelly M, Atherton IM, Kyle RG (2019). Health-related behaviours of nurses and other healthcare professionals: a cross-sectional study using the Scottish Health Survey. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 75(6), 1239-1251. Author URL.
Scheffer MMJ, Lasater K, Atherton LM, Kyle RG (2019). Student nurses' attitudes to social justice and poverty: an international comparison. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 80, 59-66. Author URL.
Ireland AV, Finnegan-John J, Hubbard G, Scanlon K, Kyle RG (2019). Walking groups for women with breast cancer: Mobilising therapeutic assemblages of walk, talk and place. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE, 231, 38-46. Author URL.
Lasater K, Kyle RG, Atherton IM (2019). Zooming out to prioritise population health in nurse education. COLLEGIAN, 26(5), 511-513. Author URL.
Power A, Bell SL, Kyle R, Andrews G (2019). ‘Hopeful Adaptation’ in Health Geographies: seeking health and wellbeing in times of adversity. Social Science and Medicine, 231, 1-5.
Hoyle LP, Smith E, Mahoney C, Kyle RG (2018). Media Depictions of “Unacceptable” Workplace Violence Toward Nurses. Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 19(3-4), 57-71. Abstract.
Smith J, Kyle RG, Daniel B, Hubbard G (2018). Patterns of referral and waiting times for specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH, 23(1), 41-49. Author URL.
Hubbard G, Kyle RG, Neal RD, Marmara V, Wang Z, Dombrowski SU (2018). Promoting sunscreen use and skin self-examination to improve early detection and prevent skin cancer: quasi-experimental trial of an adolescent psycho-educational intervention. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 18 Author URL.
Kyle RG, Medford W, Blundell J, Webster E, Munoz S-A, Macaden L (2017). Learning and unlearning dignity in care: Experiential and experimental educational approaches. NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE, 25, 50-56. Author URL.
Hoyle LP, Kyle RG, Mahoney C (2017). Nurses’ views on the impact of mass media on the public perception of nursing and nurse–service user interactions. Journal of Research in Nursing, 22(8), 586-596. Abstract.
Kyle RG, Wills J, Mahoney C, Hoyle L, Kelly M, Atherton IM (2017). Obesity prevalence among healthcare professionals in England: a cross-sectional study using the Health Survey for England. BMJ OPEN, 7(12). Author URL.
Atherton IM, Lasater K, Richards EA, Mathews LR, Simpson V, Kyle RG (2017). Population health and nurse education – time to step-up. Nurse Education Today, 51, 117-119.
Munoz S-A, Macaden L, Kyle R, Webster E (2017). Revealing student nurses' perceptions of human dignity through curriculum co-design. Soc Sci Med, 174, 1-8. Abstract.  Author URL.
Macaden L, Kyle RG, Medford W, Blundell J, Munoz SA, Webster E (2017). Student nurses' perceptions of dignity in the care of older people. British Journal of Nursing, 26(5), 274-280. Abstract.
Kyle RG, Atherton IM (2016). Biogeography as critical nursing pedagogy: Breathing life into nurse education. NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE, 20, 76-79. Author URL.
Neall RA, Atherton IM, Kyle RG (2016). Nurses' health-related behaviours: protocol for a quantitative systematic review of prevalence of tobacco smoking, physical activity, alcohol consumption and dietary habits. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 72(1), 197-204. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Neall RA, Atherton IM (2016). Prevalence of overweight and obesity among nurses in Scotland: a cross-sectional study using the Scottish Health Survey. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES, 53, 126-133. Author URL.
Leung J, Atherton I, Kyle RG, Hubbard G, McLaughlin D (2016). Psychological distress, optimism and general health in breast cancer survivors: a data linkage study using the Scottish Health Survey. SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER, 24(4), 1755-1761. Author URL.
Hubbard G, Stoddart I, Forbat L, Neal RD, O'Carroll RE, Haw S, Rauchhaus P, Kyle RG (2016). School-based brief psycho-educational intervention to raise adolescent cancer awareness and address barriers to medical help-seeking about cancer: a cluster randomised controlled trial. PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY, 25(7), 760-771. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Atherton IM, Kesby M, Sothern M, Andrews G (2016). Transfusing our lifeblood: Reframing research impact through inter-disciplinary collaboration between health geography and nurse education. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE, 168, 257-264. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Kearns R, Milligan C (2015). Beyond 'the paradox of our own complicity': the place of activism and identity in 'voluntary sector' stories from Manchester and Auckland. SOCIAL & CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY, 16(3), 315-331. Author URL.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2015). By reaching out we can change worlds. Nurs Stand, 29(19), 22-23. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kyle RG, Angus NJ, Smith J, Stewart C, MacLennan F (2015). Pedagogical Innovation to Establish Partnerships in Adolescent Health Promotion: Lessons from a Scottish Undergraduate Nursing Program. Pedagogy in Health Promotion, 1(2), 83-90. Abstract.
Leung J, Macleod C, McLaughlin D, Woods LM, Henderson R, Watson A, Kyle RG, Hubbard G, Mullen R, Atherton I, et al (2015). Screening mammography uptake within Australia and Scotland in rural and urban populations. Preventive Medicine Reports, 2, 559-562. Abstract.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2015). Stepping outside your comfort zone. Nurs Stand, 29(21), 24-25. Author URL.
Smith A, Beattie M, Kyle RG (2015). Stepping up, stepping back, stepping forward: Student nurses' experiences as peer mentors in a pre-nursing scholarship. NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE, 15(6), 492-497. Author URL.
Hubbard G, Venning C, Walker A, Scanlon K, Kyle RG (2015). Supportive care needs of women with breast cancer in rural Scotland. SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER, 23(6), 1523-1532. Author URL.
Smith A, Beattie M, Kyle RG (2015). “I know exactly what I’m going into”: Recommendations for pre-nursing experience from an evaluation of a pre-nursing scholarship in rural Scotland. Nursing Open, 2(3), 105-118. Abstract.
Hubbard G, Macmillan I, Canny A, Forbat L, Neal RD, O'Carroll RE, Haw S, Kyle RG (2014). Cancer symptom awareness and barriers to medical help seeking in Scottish adolescents: a cross-sectional study. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 14 Author URL.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2014). Habitat and health: why place matters. Nurs Stand, 29(3), 24-25. Abstract.  Author URL.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2014). How empathy skills can change nursing. Nurs Stand, 29(11), 24-25. Author URL.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2014). Learn to see patients in their own world. Nurs Stand, 28(50), 22-24. Abstract.  Author URL.
Beattie M, Smith A, Kyle RG (2014). Sadness, socialisation and shifted perceptions: School pupils' stories of a pre-nursing scholarship. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 34(6), 894-898. Author URL.
Kyle RG, MacMillan I, Forbat L, Neal RD, O'Carroll RE, Haw S, Hubbard G (2014). Scottish adolescents' sun-related behaviours, tanning attitudes and associations with skin cancer awareness: a cross-sectional study. BMJ OPEN, 4(5). Author URL.
Callery P, Kyle RG, Weatherly H, Banks M, Ewing C, Powell P, Kirk S (2014). Substituting community children's nursing services for inpatient care: a case study of costs and effects. EMERGENCY MEDICINE JOURNAL, 31(E1), E55-E59. Author URL.
Wells M, Amir Z, Cox T, Eva G, Greenfield D, Hubbard G, Kyle R, McLennan S, Munir F, Scott S, et al (2014). Time to act: the challenges of working during and after cancer, initiatives in research and practice. Eur J Oncol Nurs, 18(1), 1-2. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Macmillan I, Rauchhaus P, O'Carroll R, Neal RD, Forbat L, Haw S, Hubbard G (2013). Adolescent Cancer Education (ACE) to increase adolescent and parent cancer awareness and communication: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial. TRIALS, 14 Author URL.
Kyle RG, Nicoll A, Forbat L, Hubbard G (2013). Adolescents' awareness of cancer risk factors and associations with health-related behaviours. HEALTH EDUCATION RESEARCH, 28(5), 816-827. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Banks M, Kirk S, Powell P, Callery P (2013). Avoiding inappropriate paediatric admission: facilitating General Practitioner referral to Community Children's Nursing Teams. BMC FAMILY PRACTICE, 14 Author URL.
Hubbard G, Gray NM, Ayansina D, Evans JMM, Kyle RG (2013). Case management vocational rehabilitation for women with breast cancer after surgery: a feasibility study incorporating a pilot randomised controlled trial. TRIALS, 14 Author URL.
Callery P, Kyle RG, Weatherly H, Banks M, Ewing C, Powell P, Kirk S (2013). Comparison of the costs of care during acute illness by two community children's nursing teams. EMERGENCY MEDICINE JOURNAL, 30(12), 1029-1032. Author URL.
Callery P, Kyle RG, Banks M, Ewing C, Kirk S (2013). Enhancing parents' confidence to care in acute childhood illness: triangulation of findings from a mixed methods study of Community Children's Nursing. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 69(11), 2538-2548. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Forbat L, Rauchhaus P, Hubbard G (2013). Increased cancer awareness among British adolescents after a school-based educational intervention: a controlled before-and-after study with 6-month follow-up. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 13 Author URL.
Kyle RG, Forbat L, Hubbard G (2012). Cancer awareness among adolescents in Britain: a cross-sectional study. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 12 Author URL.
Kyle RG, Banks M, Kirk S, Powell P, Callery P (2012). Integrating community children's nursing in urgent and emergency care: a qualitative comparison of two teams in North West England. BMC PEDIATRICS, 12 Author URL.
Kyle RG, Campbell M, Powell P, Callery P (2012). Relationships between deprivation and duration of children's emergency admissions for breathing difficulty, feverish illness and diarrhoea in North West England: an analysis of hospital episode statistics. BMC PEDIATRICS, 12 Author URL.
Kyle RG, Kukanova M, Campbell M, Wolfe I, Powell P, Callery P (2011). Childhood disadvantage and emergency admission rates for common presentations in London: an exploratory analysis. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD, 96(3), 221-226. Author URL.
Weatherly H, Kirk S, Kyle RG, Callery P (2011). Comparison of costs of acute care by children's community nursing teams. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 96(Suppl 1).
Kyle RG, Milligan C, Kearns RA, Larner W, Fyfe NR, Bondi L (2011). The Tertiary Turn: Locating "The Academy" in Autobiographical Accounts of Activism in Manchester, UK and Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand. ANTIPODE, 43(4), 1181-1214. Author URL.
Milligan C, Kearns R, Kyle RG (2011). Unpacking stored and storied knowledge: Elicited biographies of activism in mental health. HEALTH & PLACE, 17(1), 7-16. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Culbard B, Evans J, Gray NM, Ayansina D, Hubbard G (2011). Vocational rehabilitation services for patients with cancer: design of a feasibility study incorporating a pilot randomised controlled trial among women with breast cancer following surgery. TRIALS, 12 Author URL.
Kyle RG (2010). Living and working longer with cancer. British Journal of Community Nursing, 15(12).
Callery P, Kyle RG, Campbell M, Banks M, Kirk S, Powell P (2010). Readmission in children's emergency care: an analysis of hospital episode statistics. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD, 95(5), 341-346. Author URL.

Chapters

Kyle RG (2014). Inside-out: Connecting indoor and outdoor spaces of informal education through the extraordinary geographies of the boys' brigade camp. In  (Ed) Informal Education, Childhood and Youth: Geographies, Histories, Practices, 21-35.
Kyle R (2009). Familiar rooms in foreign fields: placing the 'BB atmosphere' in the Boys' Brigade's Recreation Hut, Rouen, France, 1915-1919. In  (Ed) Essays in the History of Youth and Community Work Discovering the Past, Russell House Pub Limited, 176-191.

Conferences

Dienes KA, Kyle R, Griffiths S, Davies A, Isherwood K, Bailey J, Williams S (2022). PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF TEST TRACE PROTECT WALES: UNDERSTANDING AND IMPROVING SELF-ISOLATION ADHERENCE.  Author URL.
Isherwood KR, Kyle RG, Gray BJ, Davies AR (2021). Challenges of self-isolation among contacts of cases of COVID-19: a national telephone survey in Wales.  Author URL.
Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Isherwood KR, Humphreys C, Davies AR (2021). Precarious employment and self-reported health: a cross-sectional analysis.  Author URL.
Brown L, Campbell K, Kyle R (2020). Co-designing with older adults living with cancer: Exploring the strengths and limitations.  Author URL.
Young J, Kyle RG, Snowden A, Stenhouse R (2020). Looking back, staying still, moving on: exploring the relationship between time orientations and emotional reactions in spousal carers of people with cancer.  Author URL.
Kyle R, Jones S, Roycroft-Davis S (2020). Revolutionising participants' health and wellbeing through neuro-reprogramming via the Slimpod® app: a randomised controlled trial.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Brown L, Campbell K, Kyle R (2019). Co-designing a behaviour change intervention for older adults living with cancer: Initial insights.  Author URL.
Young J, Kyle RG, Snowden A, Stenhouse R (2019). Exploring men's experiences of caring for their partner: a longitudinal narrative study.  Author URL.
Young J, Kyle RG, Sun A (2019). Who cares? a systematic review on the proportion of males and females in cancer carer samples.  Author URL.
Brown L, Young J, Campbell K, Snowden A, Kyle R (2018). Co-designing a behaviour change intervention for older adults living with and beyond cancer: Lessons from the literature.  Author URL.
Young J, Snowden A, Stenhouse R, Kyle R (2018). Exploring male identity and the experience of caring for a partner with a cancer diagnosis: preliminary analysis.  Author URL.
Ball W, Kyle R, Atherton I, Dougall N (2018). Health Inequalities in British Nurses using Census derived databases linked to an adjusted UK Index of Multiple Deprivation.
Ball W, Kyle R, Atherton I, Dougall N (2018). Health Inequalities in the British Nursing Workforce.
Young J, Loke A, Li Q, Snowden A, Kyle R, Stenhouse R (2018). Male caring across cultures: Comparing the experiences of male spousal caregivers from the UK and China.  Author URL.
Hubbard G, Kyle R, Stoddart I, Forbat L, Neal R, O'Carroll R, Haw S (2016). RAISING ADOLESCENT CANCER AWARENESS AND CANCER COMMUNICATION IN FAMILIES.  Author URL.
Hubbard G, Kyle R, Stoddart I, Forbat L, Neal RD, O'Carroll R, Haw S (2016). RAISING ADOLESCENT CANCER AWARENESS AND CANCER COMMUNICATION IN FAMILIES.  Author URL.
Atherton IM, Kyle RG (2016). The devil's in the demography: comparison and change in the remote and rural nursing workforce in Scotland between 2001 and 2011 using representative longitudinal data.  Author URL.
Kyle R, Ireland A, Finnegan-John J, Knight C, Taylor-Sturdy L, Hubbard G, Scanlon K (2016). Walking and talking, together: a mixed-methods evaluation of a volunteer-led walking group intervention for women living with and beyond breast cancer (Best Foot Forward).  Author URL.
Leung J, Hubbard G, Kyle R, McLaughlin D, Mullen R, Atherton I (2015). 33. Positive mental health in women living with breast cancer across geographic locations of residence: a data linkage study using the Scottish Health Survey.
Scanlon K, Hubbard G, Kyle R, Venning C, Walker A, Lavelle E (2015). Issues needs and concerns of women with Breast Cancer in rural Scotland.  Author URL.
Leung J, Macleoad C, McLaughlin D, Woods L, Henderson R, Watson A, Kyle R, Hubbard G, Mullen R, Atherton I, et al (2015). P001. Rural-urban differences in screening mammography uptake in Australia and Scotland.
Hubbard G, Kyle R, MacMillan I, Harding A, Neal R (2015). School-based Brief Psychoeducational Intervention to Raise Adolescent Cancer Awareness and Address Barriers to Seeking Medical Help about Cancer: Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial.  Author URL.
Ireland A, Finnegan-John J, Scanlon K, Knight C, Taylor-Sturdy L, Hubbard G, Kyle R (2015). Shoulder-to-Shoulder Support: Using Walking Interviews to Understand the Significance of a Peer-led Walking Group Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors.  Author URL.
Scanlon K, Kyle R, Ireland A, Finnegan-John J, Taylor-Sturdy L, Knight C, Lavelle E (2015). Shoulder-to-shoulder support: using walking interviews to understand the significance of a peer-led walking group intervention for breast cancer survivors.  Author URL.
Venning C, Walker A, Wray J, Scanlon K, Kyle R, Hubbard G (2014). Supportive Care Needs of Women Living with Breast Cancer in Rural and Remote Areas of Scotland: Implications for Statutory and Voluntary Sector Services.  Author URL.
Scanlon K, Knight C, Taylor-Sturdy L, Hubbard G, Kyle R (2013). Best Foot Forward: Designing a Pilot Intervention and Feasibility Study of a Peer-Led Delivered Walking Groups for Breast Cancer Survivors.  Author URL.

Reports

Gray B, Kyle R, Davies A (2022). Health and wellbeing of the nursing and midwifery workforce in Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cardiff, UK, Public Health Wales.
Willatt A, Jones D, Kyle R, Davies A (2021). Emerging drivers of vulnerability to health inequity in the context of COVID-19: Perspectives and response from the voluntary and community sector in Wales. Cardiff, UK, Public Health Wales.
Kyle R, Isherwood K, Bailey J, Davies A (2021). Self-isolation confidence, adherence and challenges: Behavioural insights from contacts of cases of COVID-19 starting and completing self-isolation in Wales. Cardiff, UK, Public Health Wales.

Publications by year


In Press

Griffiths ML, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Davies AR (In Press). Exploring the health impacts and inequalities of the new way of working: findings from a cross-sectional study.  Abstract.

2022

Isherwood KR, Kyle RG, Gray BJ, Davies AR (2022). Challenges to self-isolation among contacts of cases of COVID-19: a national telephone survey in Wales. Journal of Public Health
Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Song J, Davies AR (2022). Characteristics of those most vulnerable to employment changes during the COVID-19 pandemic: a nationally representative cross-sectional study in Wales. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 76(1), 8-15. Abstract.
Griffiths ML, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Song J, Davies AR (2022). Exploring the Health Impacts and Inequalities of the New Way of Working. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, 64(10), 815-821.
Griffiths ML, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Davies AR (2022). Exploring the health impacts and inequalities of the new way of working: findings from a cross-sectional study. International Journal for Population Data Science, 7(2).
Griffiths ML, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Davies AR (2022). Good work in the COVID-19 recovery: priorities and changes for the future.
Gray B, Kyle R, Davies A (2022). Health and wellbeing of the nursing and midwifery workforce in Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cardiff, UK, Public Health Wales.
Dick S, Kyle R, Wilson P, Aucott L, France E, King E, Malcolm C, Hoddinott P, Turner SW (2022). Insights from and limitations of data linkage studies: analysis of short-stay urgent admission referral source from routinely collected Scottish data. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD Author URL.
Young J, Snowden A, Kyle RG, Stenhouse R (2022). Men's perspectives of caring for a female partner with cancer: a longitudinal narrative study. Health Soc Care Community Abstract.  Author URL.
Dienes KA, Kyle R, Griffiths S, Davies A, Isherwood K, Bailey J, Williams S (2022). PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF TEST TRACE PROTECT WALES: UNDERSTANDING AND IMPROVING SELF-ISOLATION ADHERENCE.  Author URL.
Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Isherwood KR, Humphreys C, Griffiths ML, Davies AR (2022). Precarious employment and associations with health during COVID-19: a nationally representative survey in Wales, UK.
Griffiths ML, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Davies AR (2022). Seeking good work in the COVID-19 recovery: shifting priorities and employment choices among workers. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Publish Ahead of Print

2021

Isherwood KR, Kyle RG, Gray BJ, Davies AR (2021). Challenges of self-isolation among contacts of cases of COVID-19: a national telephone survey in Wales.  Author URL.
Isherwood KR, Kyle RG, Gray BJ, Davies AR (2021). Challenges to self-isolation among contacts of cases of COVID-19: a national telephone survey in Wales.
Kyle RG, Atherton IM, Lasater K (2021). Context, complexity and cross-pollination: Nursing leaders' views of the role of the voluntary and community sector in nurse education. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 99 Author URL.
Lewis L, Isherwood K, Kyle RG, Povey R, Cowap L, Clark-Carter D, Davies A (2021). Does capability, opportunity, and motivation predict intentions to repeat self-isolation if required? an analysis of a national telephone survey with contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Wales.
Willatt A, Jones D, Kyle R, Davies A (2021). Emerging drivers of vulnerability to health inequity in the context of COVID-19: Perspectives and response from the voluntary and community sector in Wales. Cardiff, UK, Public Health Wales.
McInally W, Gray-Brunton C, Chouliara Z, Kyle RG (2021). Experiences of living with cancer of adolescents and young adults and their families: a narrative review and synthesis. Enfermeria Clinica, 31(4), 234-246. Abstract.
Bright D, Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Bolton S, Davies AR (2021). Factors influencing initiation of health behaviour conversations with patients: Cross-sectional study of nurses, midwives, and healthcare support workers in Wales. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 77(11), 4427-4438. Author URL.
Hanson CL, Neubeck L, Kyle RG, Brown N, Gallagher R, Clark RA, McHale S, Dawkes S (2021). Gender Differences in Uptake, Adherence and Experiences: a Longitudinal, Mixed-Methods Study of a Physical Activity Referral Scheme in Scotland, UK. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 18(4). Author URL.
Young J, Kyle RG, Sun A (2021). Gender differences in research samples of family carers of adults with cancer: a systematic review. International Journal of Care and Caring, 5(2), 283-318. Abstract.
McInally W, Gray-Brunton C, Chouliara Z, Kyle RG (2021). Life Interrupted: Experiences of adolescents, young adults and their family living with malignant melanoma. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 77(9), 3867-3879. Author URL.
Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Isherwood KR, Humphreys C, Davies AR (2021). Precarious employment and self-reported health: a cross-sectional analysis.  Author URL.
Coull AF, Kyle RG, Hanson CL, Watterson AE (2021). Risk factors for leg ulceration in people who inject drugs: a cross-sectional study. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING, 30(11-12), 1623-1632. Author URL.
Kyle R, Isherwood K, Bailey J, Davies A (2021). Self-isolation confidence, adherence and challenges: Behavioural insights from contacts of cases of COVID-19 starting and completing self-isolation in Wales. Cardiff, UK, Public Health Wales.
MacKay SC, Smith A, Kyle RG, Beattie M (2021). What influences nurses' decisions to work in rural and remote settings? a systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative research. RURAL AND REMOTE HEALTH, 21(1). Author URL.

2020

Gray BJ, Kyle RG, Song J, Davies AR (2020). Characteristics of those most vulnerable to employment changes during the COVID-19 pandemic: a nationally representative cross-sectional study in Wales.
Brown L, Campbell K, Kyle R (2020). Co-designing with older adults living with cancer: Exploring the strengths and limitations.  Author URL.
Young J, Kyle RG, Snowden A, Stenhouse R (2020). Looking back, staying still, moving on: exploring the relationship between time orientations and emotional reactions in spousal carers of people with cancer.  Author URL.
Lasater K, Atherton IM, Kyle RG (2020). Population health as a 'platform' for nurse education: a qualitative study of nursing leaders. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 86 Author URL.
Kyle R, Jones S, Roycroft-Davis S (2020). Revolutionising participants' health and wellbeing through neuro-reprogramming via the Slimpod® app: a randomised controlled trial.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Ball W, Atherton I, Kyle R (2020). Self-Rated Health Inequalities in British Nurses. International Journal for Population Data Science, 5(5).
Bak MAR, Hoyle LP, Mahoney C, Kyle RG (2020). Strategies to promote nurses ' health: a qualitative study with student nurses. NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE, 48 Author URL.
Hubbard G, Cherrie J, Gray J, Kyle RG, Nioi A, Wendelboe-Nelson C, Cowie H, Dombrowski S (2020). Sun protection education for adolescents: a feasibility study of a wait-list controlled trial of an intervention involving a presentation, action planning, and SMS messages and using objective measurement of sun exposure.
Hubbard G, Cherrie J, Gray J, Kyle RG, Nioi A, Wendelboe-Nelson C, Cowie H, Dombrowski S (2020). Sun protection education for adolescents: a feasibility study of a wait-list controlled trial of an intervention involving a presentation, action planning, and SMS messages and using objective measurement of sun exposure.
Hubbard G, Cherrie J, Gray J, Kyle RG, Nioi A, Wendelboe-Nelson C, Cowie H, Dombrowski S (2020). Sun protection education for adolescents: a feasibility study of a wait-list controlled trial of an intervention involving a presentation, action planning, and SMS messages and using objective measurement of sun exposure. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 20(1). Author URL.
Kyle RG, Beattie M, Smith A (2020). Transition into remote and rural nurse education and careers: a qualitative study of student nurses. Journal of Research in Nursing, 25(6-7), 509-520. Abstract.

2019

Brown L, Campbell K, Kyle R (2019). Co-designing a behaviour change intervention for older adults living with cancer: Initial insights.  Author URL.
Young J, Kyle RG, Snowden A, Stenhouse R (2019). Exploring men's experiences of caring for their partner: a longitudinal narrative study.  Author URL.
Schneider A, Bak M, Mahoney C, Hoyle L, Kelly M, Atherton IM, Kyle RG (2019). Health-related behaviours of nurses and other healthcare professionals: a cross-sectional study using the Scottish Health Survey. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 75(6), 1239-1251. Author URL.
Scheffer MMJ, Lasater K, Atherton LM, Kyle RG (2019). Student nurses' attitudes to social justice and poverty: an international comparison. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 80, 59-66. Author URL.
Hubbard G, Cherrie J, Gray J, Kyle RG, Nioi A, Wendelboe-Nelson C, Cowie H, Dombrowski S (2019). Sun protection education for adolescents: a feasibility study of a wait-list controlled trial of an intervention involving a presentation, action planning, and SMS messages and using objective measurement of sun exposure.
Hubbard G, Cherrie J, Gray J, Kyle RG, Nioi A, Wendelboe-Nelson C, Cowie H, Dombrowski S (2019). Sun protection education for adolescents: a feasibility study of a wait-list controlled trial of an intervention using objective measurement of sun exposure.
Ireland AV, Finnegan-John J, Hubbard G, Scanlon K, Kyle RG (2019). Walking groups for women with breast cancer: Mobilising therapeutic assemblages of walk, talk and place. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE, 231, 38-46. Author URL.
Young J, Kyle RG, Sun A (2019). Who cares? a systematic review on the proportion of males and females in cancer carer samples.  Author URL.
Lasater K, Kyle RG, Atherton IM (2019). Zooming out to prioritise population health in nurse education. COLLEGIAN, 26(5), 511-513. Author URL.
Power A, Bell SL, Kyle R, Andrews G (2019). ‘Hopeful Adaptation’ in Health Geographies: seeking health and wellbeing in times of adversity. Social Science and Medicine, 231, 1-5.

2018

Brown L, Young J, Campbell K, Snowden A, Kyle R (2018). Co-designing a behaviour change intervention for older adults living with and beyond cancer: Lessons from the literature.  Author URL.
Young J, Snowden A, Stenhouse R, Kyle R (2018). Exploring male identity and the experience of caring for a partner with a cancer diagnosis: preliminary analysis.  Author URL.
Ball W, Kyle R, Atherton I, Dougall N (2018). Health Inequalities in British Nurses using Census derived databases linked to an adjusted UK Index of Multiple Deprivation.
Ball W, Kyle R, Atherton I, Dougall N (2018). Health Inequalities in the British Nursing Workforce.
Young J, Loke A, Li Q, Snowden A, Kyle R, Stenhouse R (2018). Male caring across cultures: Comparing the experiences of male spousal caregivers from the UK and China.  Author URL.
Hoyle LP, Smith E, Mahoney C, Kyle RG (2018). Media Depictions of “Unacceptable” Workplace Violence Toward Nurses. Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 19(3-4), 57-71. Abstract.
Smith J, Kyle RG, Daniel B, Hubbard G (2018). Patterns of referral and waiting times for specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH, 23(1), 41-49. Author URL.
Hubbard G, Kyle RG, Neal RD, Marmara V, Wang Z, Dombrowski SU (2018). Promoting sunscreen use and skin self-examination to improve early detection and prevent skin cancer: quasi-experimental trial of an adolescent psycho-educational intervention. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 18 Author URL.

2017

Kyle RG, Medford W, Blundell J, Webster E, Munoz S-A, Macaden L (2017). Learning and unlearning dignity in care: Experiential and experimental educational approaches. NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE, 25, 50-56. Author URL.
Hoyle LP, Kyle RG, Mahoney C (2017). Nurses’ views on the impact of mass media on the public perception of nursing and nurse–service user interactions. Journal of Research in Nursing, 22(8), 586-596. Abstract.
Kyle RG, Wills J, Mahoney C, Hoyle L, Kelly M, Atherton IM (2017). Obesity prevalence among healthcare professionals in England: a cross-sectional study using the Health Survey for England. BMJ OPEN, 7(12). Author URL.
Atherton IM, Lasater K, Richards EA, Mathews LR, Simpson V, Kyle RG (2017). Population health and nurse education – time to step-up. Nurse Education Today, 51, 117-119.
Munoz S-A, Macaden L, Kyle R, Webster E (2017). Revealing student nurses' perceptions of human dignity through curriculum co-design. Soc Sci Med, 174, 1-8. Abstract.  Author URL.
Macaden L, Kyle RG, Medford W, Blundell J, Munoz SA, Webster E (2017). Student nurses' perceptions of dignity in the care of older people. British Journal of Nursing, 26(5), 274-280. Abstract.

2016

Kyle RG, Atherton IM (2016). Biogeography as critical nursing pedagogy: Breathing life into nurse education. NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE, 20, 76-79. Author URL.
Neall RA, Atherton IM, Kyle RG (2016). Nurses' health-related behaviours: protocol for a quantitative systematic review of prevalence of tobacco smoking, physical activity, alcohol consumption and dietary habits. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 72(1), 197-204. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Neall RA, Atherton IM (2016). Prevalence of overweight and obesity among nurses in Scotland: a cross-sectional study using the Scottish Health Survey. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES, 53, 126-133. Author URL.
Leung J, Atherton I, Kyle RG, Hubbard G, McLaughlin D (2016). Psychological distress, optimism and general health in breast cancer survivors: a data linkage study using the Scottish Health Survey. SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER, 24(4), 1755-1761. Author URL.
Hubbard G, Kyle R, Stoddart I, Forbat L, Neal R, O'Carroll R, Haw S (2016). RAISING ADOLESCENT CANCER AWARENESS AND CANCER COMMUNICATION IN FAMILIES.  Author URL.
Hubbard G, Kyle R, Stoddart I, Forbat L, Neal RD, O'Carroll R, Haw S (2016). RAISING ADOLESCENT CANCER AWARENESS AND CANCER COMMUNICATION IN FAMILIES.  Author URL.
Hubbard G, Stoddart I, Forbat L, Neal RD, O'Carroll RE, Haw S, Rauchhaus P, Kyle RG (2016). School-based brief psycho-educational intervention to raise adolescent cancer awareness and address barriers to medical help-seeking about cancer: a cluster randomised controlled trial. PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY, 25(7), 760-771. Author URL.
Atherton IM, Kyle RG (2016). The devil's in the demography: comparison and change in the remote and rural nursing workforce in Scotland between 2001 and 2011 using representative longitudinal data.  Author URL.
Kyle RG, Atherton IM, Kesby M, Sothern M, Andrews G (2016). Transfusing our lifeblood: Reframing research impact through inter-disciplinary collaboration between health geography and nurse education. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE, 168, 257-264. Author URL.
Kyle R, Ireland A, Finnegan-John J, Knight C, Taylor-Sturdy L, Hubbard G, Scanlon K (2016). Walking and talking, together: a mixed-methods evaluation of a volunteer-led walking group intervention for women living with and beyond breast cancer (Best Foot Forward).  Author URL.

2015

Leung J, Hubbard G, Kyle R, McLaughlin D, Mullen R, Atherton I (2015). 33. Positive mental health in women living with breast cancer across geographic locations of residence: a data linkage study using the Scottish Health Survey.
Kyle RG, Kearns R, Milligan C (2015). Beyond 'the paradox of our own complicity': the place of activism and identity in 'voluntary sector' stories from Manchester and Auckland. SOCIAL & CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY, 16(3), 315-331. Author URL.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2015). By reaching out we can change worlds. Nurs Stand, 29(19), 22-23. Abstract.  Author URL.
Scanlon K, Hubbard G, Kyle R, Venning C, Walker A, Lavelle E (2015). Issues needs and concerns of women with Breast Cancer in rural Scotland.  Author URL.
Leung J, Macleoad C, McLaughlin D, Woods L, Henderson R, Watson A, Kyle R, Hubbard G, Mullen R, Atherton I, et al (2015). P001. Rural-urban differences in screening mammography uptake in Australia and Scotland.
Kyle RG, Angus NJ, Smith J, Stewart C, MacLennan F (2015). Pedagogical Innovation to Establish Partnerships in Adolescent Health Promotion: Lessons from a Scottish Undergraduate Nursing Program. Pedagogy in Health Promotion, 1(2), 83-90. Abstract.
Hubbard G, Kyle R, MacMillan I, Harding A, Neal R (2015). School-based Brief Psychoeducational Intervention to Raise Adolescent Cancer Awareness and Address Barriers to Seeking Medical Help about Cancer: Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial.  Author URL.
Leung J, Macleod C, McLaughlin D, Woods LM, Henderson R, Watson A, Kyle RG, Hubbard G, Mullen R, Atherton I, et al (2015). Screening mammography uptake within Australia and Scotland in rural and urban populations. Preventive Medicine Reports, 2, 559-562. Abstract.
Ireland A, Finnegan-John J, Scanlon K, Knight C, Taylor-Sturdy L, Hubbard G, Kyle R (2015). Shoulder-to-Shoulder Support: Using Walking Interviews to Understand the Significance of a Peer-led Walking Group Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors.  Author URL.
Scanlon K, Kyle R, Ireland A, Finnegan-John J, Taylor-Sturdy L, Knight C, Lavelle E (2015). Shoulder-to-shoulder support: using walking interviews to understand the significance of a peer-led walking group intervention for breast cancer survivors.  Author URL.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2015). Stepping outside your comfort zone. Nurs Stand, 29(21), 24-25. Author URL.
Smith A, Beattie M, Kyle RG (2015). Stepping up, stepping back, stepping forward: Student nurses' experiences as peer mentors in a pre-nursing scholarship. NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE, 15(6), 492-497. Author URL.
Hubbard G, Venning C, Walker A, Scanlon K, Kyle RG (2015). Supportive care needs of women with breast cancer in rural Scotland. SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER, 23(6), 1523-1532. Author URL.
Smith A, Beattie M, Kyle RG (2015). “I know exactly what I’m going into”: Recommendations for pre-nursing experience from an evaluation of a pre-nursing scholarship in rural Scotland. Nursing Open, 2(3), 105-118. Abstract.

2014

Hubbard G, Macmillan I, Canny A, Forbat L, Neal RD, O'Carroll RE, Haw S, Kyle RG (2014). Cancer symptom awareness and barriers to medical help seeking in Scottish adolescents: a cross-sectional study. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 14 Author URL.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2014). Habitat and health: why place matters. Nurs Stand, 29(3), 24-25. Abstract.  Author URL.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2014). How empathy skills can change nursing. Nurs Stand, 29(11), 24-25. Author URL.
Kyle RG (2014). Inside-out: Connecting indoor and outdoor spaces of informal education through the extraordinary geographies of the boys' brigade camp. In  (Ed) Informal Education, Childhood and Youth: Geographies, Histories, Practices, 21-35.
Atherton I, Kyle R (2014). Learn to see patients in their own world. Nurs Stand, 28(50), 22-24. Abstract.  Author URL.
Beattie M, Smith A, Kyle RG (2014). Sadness, socialisation and shifted perceptions: School pupils' stories of a pre-nursing scholarship. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 34(6), 894-898. Author URL.
Kyle RG, MacMillan I, Forbat L, Neal RD, O'Carroll RE, Haw S, Hubbard G (2014). Scottish adolescents' sun-related behaviours, tanning attitudes and associations with skin cancer awareness: a cross-sectional study. BMJ OPEN, 4(5). Author URL.
Callery P, Kyle RG, Weatherly H, Banks M, Ewing C, Powell P, Kirk S (2014). Substituting community children's nursing services for inpatient care: a case study of costs and effects. EMERGENCY MEDICINE JOURNAL, 31(E1), E55-E59. Author URL.
Venning C, Walker A, Wray J, Scanlon K, Kyle R, Hubbard G (2014). Supportive Care Needs of Women Living with Breast Cancer in Rural and Remote Areas of Scotland: Implications for Statutory and Voluntary Sector Services.  Author URL.
Wells M, Amir Z, Cox T, Eva G, Greenfield D, Hubbard G, Kyle R, McLennan S, Munir F, Scott S, et al (2014). Time to act: the challenges of working during and after cancer, initiatives in research and practice. Eur J Oncol Nurs, 18(1), 1-2. Author URL.

2013

Kyle RG, Macmillan I, Rauchhaus P, O'Carroll R, Neal RD, Forbat L, Haw S, Hubbard G (2013). Adolescent Cancer Education (ACE) to increase adolescent and parent cancer awareness and communication: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial. TRIALS, 14 Author URL.
Kyle RG, Nicoll A, Forbat L, Hubbard G (2013). Adolescents' awareness of cancer risk factors and associations with health-related behaviours. HEALTH EDUCATION RESEARCH, 28(5), 816-827. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Banks M, Kirk S, Powell P, Callery P (2013). Avoiding inappropriate paediatric admission: facilitating General Practitioner referral to Community Children's Nursing Teams. BMC FAMILY PRACTICE, 14 Author URL.
Scanlon K, Knight C, Taylor-Sturdy L, Hubbard G, Kyle R (2013). Best Foot Forward: Designing a Pilot Intervention and Feasibility Study of a Peer-Led Delivered Walking Groups for Breast Cancer Survivors.  Author URL.
Hubbard G, Gray NM, Ayansina D, Evans JMM, Kyle RG (2013). Case management vocational rehabilitation for women with breast cancer after surgery: a feasibility study incorporating a pilot randomised controlled trial. TRIALS, 14 Author URL.
Callery P, Kyle RG, Weatherly H, Banks M, Ewing C, Powell P, Kirk S (2013). Comparison of the costs of care during acute illness by two community children's nursing teams. EMERGENCY MEDICINE JOURNAL, 30(12), 1029-1032. Author URL.
Callery P, Kyle RG, Banks M, Ewing C, Kirk S (2013). Enhancing parents' confidence to care in acute childhood illness: triangulation of findings from a mixed methods study of Community Children's Nursing. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 69(11), 2538-2548. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Forbat L, Rauchhaus P, Hubbard G (2013). Increased cancer awareness among British adolescents after a school-based educational intervention: a controlled before-and-after study with 6-month follow-up. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 13 Author URL.

2012

Kyle RG, Forbat L, Hubbard G (2012). Cancer awareness among adolescents in Britain: a cross-sectional study. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 12 Author URL.
Kyle RG, Banks M, Kirk S, Powell P, Callery P (2012). Integrating community children's nursing in urgent and emergency care: a qualitative comparison of two teams in North West England. BMC PEDIATRICS, 12 Author URL.
Kyle RG, Campbell M, Powell P, Callery P (2012). Relationships between deprivation and duration of children's emergency admissions for breathing difficulty, feverish illness and diarrhoea in North West England: an analysis of hospital episode statistics. BMC PEDIATRICS, 12 Author URL.

2011

Kyle RG, Kukanova M, Campbell M, Wolfe I, Powell P, Callery P (2011). Childhood disadvantage and emergency admission rates for common presentations in London: an exploratory analysis. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD, 96(3), 221-226. Author URL.
Weatherly H, Kirk S, Kyle RG, Callery P (2011). Comparison of costs of acute care by children's community nursing teams. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 96(Suppl 1).
Kyle RG, Milligan C, Kearns RA, Larner W, Fyfe NR, Bondi L (2011). The Tertiary Turn: Locating "The Academy" in Autobiographical Accounts of Activism in Manchester, UK and Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand. ANTIPODE, 43(4), 1181-1214. Author URL.
Milligan C, Kearns R, Kyle RG (2011). Unpacking stored and storied knowledge: Elicited biographies of activism in mental health. HEALTH & PLACE, 17(1), 7-16. Author URL.
Kyle RG, Culbard B, Evans J, Gray NM, Ayansina D, Hubbard G (2011). Vocational rehabilitation services for patients with cancer: design of a feasibility study incorporating a pilot randomised controlled trial among women with breast cancer following surgery. TRIALS, 12 Author URL.

2010

Kyle RG (2010). Living and working longer with cancer. British Journal of Community Nursing, 15(12).
Callery P, Kyle RG, Campbell M, Banks M, Kirk S, Powell P (2010). Readmission in children's emergency care: an analysis of hospital episode statistics. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD, 95(5), 341-346. Author URL.

2009

Kyle R (2009). Familiar rooms in foreign fields: placing the 'BB atmosphere' in the Boys' Brigade's Recreation Hut, Rouen, France, 1915-1919. In  (Ed) Essays in the History of Youth and Community Work Discovering the Past, Russell House Pub Limited, 176-191.

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External Engagement and Impact

Committee/panel activities

  • Member, NHS Education for Scotland Nurses’ Health and Wellbeing Programme Oversight Group

Teaching

Richard has strategic oversight of the final (fourth) year of the Academy of Nursing's innovative MSci (Hons) Nursing programme and leads a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Leadership for Health and Social Care. He also Chairs the Interprofessional Learning Committee across the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences.

Richard has a passion for developing authentic pedagogy with students, particularly through the use of drama in nursing education.  Previously, he worked with nursing and film studies students and members of the public to produce two plays that explored interprofessional working in the context of health and social care integration.  Through this work he is a founder member of the Performance for Care collaboration, an interdisciplinary group of academics committed to developing educational and scholarly praxis at the interface between the arts and healthcare professional education.

Modules

2022/23


Supervision / Group

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