Stephen Mullay

Stephen Mullay



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Steve is a Registered General Nurse, independent prescriber, and has a specialist practitioner qualification in gerontological nursing. He is a Queen's Nurse. He has a PhD in nursing/dementia, a first- class honours degree in Health Sciences, a first-class honours degree in clinical nursing, and a Bachelor of Nursing degree.

He works as a lecturer in the School of Health and Life Sciences at the University of the West of Scotland. Prior to that, he was nurse team lead of an innovative NHS dementia assessment service, which utilised advanced clinical nurse specialists/prescribers to assess, diagnose and treat people, and to manage ongoing symptoms associated with stress/distress. During his wider career, he has worked in a broad range of hospital and community settings, in roles ranging from nursing home care assistant, hospital Senior Charge Nurse, to NHS/local authority integrated dementia service redesign project manager. He has also worked as an independent older people's consultant nurse, and expert nurse witness in litigation.

He is a trained researcher in both qualitative/quantitative methods & methodologies, and has a particular interest in the lived experiences of older people and dementia. He referees articles on these topics for several academic journals.   


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