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Barry Hill

Assistant Professor

Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

Barry Hill is an Assistant Professor (Nursing Science, Critical Care, and Advanced Clinical Practice). He is part of the Departmental Management Group (DMG) and is the Director of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Employability within Northumbria University, UK. Barry has been a Registered Nurse for almost 20 years and is skilled in clinical and Higher Education in subjects of acute, critical care, neuro trauma, and advanced clinical practice.  He worked in general, cardiac and neuro trauma Intensive Care Units at Imperial College NHS trust and progressed from staff nurse to charge nurse, senior change nurse, to surgical Plastics Orthopaedics ENT and Major Trauma (POEM) matron. He is a certified Advanced Practitioner (MSc Clinical), NMC Independent and supplementary prescriber (v300), and NMC Registered Teacher (TCH). His key areas of interest are acute and critical care, clinical skills, pharmacology, and advanced level practice. Barry has published widely in journals, books, book chapters, and academic peer reviewed journal articles. He is a Senior Fellow with AdvanceHE (SFHEA), a clinical and commissioning Editor for the British Journal of Nursing (BJN), and a Consultant Editor for the International Journal for Advancing Practice (IJAP).

Barry Hill

Campus Address

Northumbria University
Coach Lane, Benton
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE7 7XA

Barry’s research themes and scholarly interests include clinical education, critical care, advanced clinical practice, and respiratory & neurological nursing. Barry is a strong education professional, practices academia (education, research, and leadership) at all levels within HE. He has published multiple books, book chapters, and academic peer reviewed academic journals.  He is currently studying a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at Northumbria Uni and submitting in 2023. 

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  • Being trans aware and providing health care to transgender people, Hill, B. 15 Dec 2022, In: British Journal of Nursing
  • Exploring sexual dysfunction in care homes, Hand, A., Hill, B. 1 Apr 2022, Sexual Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease, Cambridge, US, Academic Press
  • Exploring the complexity of student nurse relationships with adolescent patients when placing nasogastric tubes, Haskayne, A., Hill, B., Davies, B. 7 Apr 2022, In: British Journal of Nursing
  • The 2022 multinational monkeypox outbreak in non-endemic countries, Hill, B. 23 Jun 2022, In: British Journal of Nursing
  • Transanal irrigation at a glance, Hill, B., Mitchell, A. 24 Mar 2022, In: British Journal of Nursing
  • Blood transfusions in adults: ensuring patient safety: ensuring patient safety, Hill, B., Derbyshire, J. 13 May 2021, In: British Journal of Nursing

  • Nursing MSc July 21 2016
  • Education PGCert July 21 2016
  • Nursing PGCert July 04 2016
  • Nursing BSc July 02 2012
  • Neurosciences Certificate September 24 2007
  • Nursing Certificate February 01 2007
  • Teaching & Learning Certificate July 07 2006
  • Nursing DipHE July 01 2005
  • Nurse Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) 2005
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2016


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