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Dr Amie Hodges

Dr Amie Hodges

Senior Lecturer: Children and Young People, Programme Manager MSc Advanced Practice/Advanced Clinical Practice & HCARE Student Disability and Wellbeing Manager

School of Healthcare Sciences

Email
hodgesas@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0)29 225 10686
Campuses
Room 613, Eastgate House, Newport Road, Cardiff, CF24 0AB
Users
Available for postgraduate supervision

Amie Hodges is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Healthcare Sciences. She is a Sociologist with a previous clinical background in children and young people's nursing as well adult nursing. Amie's research interests revolve around the sociology of health and illness; and she uses participatory, visual and creative methods within her work with children, young people and families. Amie's PhD focused on researching the family centred care experiences of child siblings living within the context of Cystic Fibrosis. Using dramaturgy Amie explored sibling performance, social interaction, places and spaces encountered within family life.

Honours and awards

Honours and Awards

2017 Awarded a Travel Scholarship to Montreal : Sociology of Health and Illness.

2017 Awarded First Prize for Research Paper of the day. Royal College of Nursing International Conference. Oxford.

2015 Nominated: Enriching Student Lives Award. Nominated for going above and beyond as a lecturer

2015 Royal College of Nursing Bursary Award

2014/2015 Awarded A Florence Nightingale Research Scholarship

2014 Poster Award Florence Nightingale Foundation Conference

2014 Cardiff University Bursary and Travel Scholarship Award to attend and present at the International Patient and Family Centred Care Conference. Vancouver.

2013/2014 Awarded A Florence Nightingale Research Scholarship

2013/2014 Awarded the Brocher Foundation Scholarship/ 4 week residency as a research scholarship fellow. Geneva. Switzerland.

2012/2013 Awarded A Florence Nightingale Research Scholarship

2014 Poster Award Florence Nightingale Foundation Conference

2014 Cardiff University Bursary and Travel Scholarship Award to attend and present at the International Patient and Family Centred Care Conference. Vancouver.

2013/2014 Awarded A Florence Nightingale Research Scholarship

2006 Awarded Ann Vaughn Prize for achieving a distinction in my PGCE

2011 RCN Publishing Children and Young People. Prize Winner

2000/2001 RCT Chairman's Charity Appeal. Award for respiratory development in the community 20,000

2000 Florence Nightingale Foundation Travel Scholarship 2000, to examine the impact of children's asthma camps on the quality of life of children in Nova Scotia Canada with the Canadian Lung Association.

2013/2014 Awarded the Brocher Foundation Scholarship/ 4 week residency as a research scholarship fellow. Geneva. Switzerland.

2012/2013 Awarded A Florence Nightingale Research Scholarship

Professional memberships

  • Member of the Royal College of Nursing
  • Registrant Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • Florence Nightingale Foundation Alumni Member

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2016

2009

2008

2007

Current doctoral students

Abeer Jamal (International student: Saudi Arabia) : The Physical Therapists' and Parents lived experience of Family Centred Care for children with disabilities in Saudi Arabia. A Qualitative Phenomenological Approach.

Fatmah Saigh (International student: Saudi Arabia) : Mothers' involvement in their child's post - operative pain management in Saudi Arabia.

Aisha Salim Al-Mamari (International student: Oman) : The implementation of gestational diabetes mellitus screening in Oman.

I am interested in supervising PhD students in the areas of:

  • Children and young people's health and illness
  • Siblings
  • Family Centred care
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Chronic Illness
  • Complex care
  • Social Interaction

Past projects

Current doctoral students

Abeer Jamal (International student: Saudi Arabia) The Physical Therapists' and Parents lived experience of Family Centred Care for children with disabilities in Saudi Arabia. A Qualitative Phenomenological Approach.

Fatmah Saigh (International student: Saudi Arabia) Mothers' involvement in their child's post operative pain management in Saudi Arabia.

Aisha Salim Al Mamari (International student: Oman) The implementation of gestational diabetes screening in Oman.

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