SEEK: Salford Environment for Expertise and Knowledge
Dr Christine Hogg
Dr Christine Hogg
postal addressroom ms3.27 Mary Seacole building , frederick road campus , Salford Manchester , UK , M 6 6 PU .
telephone0161 295 2975
Key Memberships
Member of School: School of Health & Society
From September 2011 to December 2013.
Associate Member of Research Centre: Centre for Nursing & Midwifery Research
From January 1982 to December 2013.
Profile Summary



Before entering nursing I undertook an undergraduate degree in Social and Economic  History at the  University of Wales. I then  trained and qualified as a general nurse and a mental health nurse. In 1987 until 1990 I worked and lived in Australia . Here I worked in a private facility for mental health problems and then I had a post in a remote Aborignal hospital in Western Australia where I worked as a general nurse. On return to the  UK I obtained  a post as team leader at the Regional Secure Unit at Prestwich in Mancheter. Whilst in this post I undertook an Msc in Nursing and researched staff attitudes to self harm. I began working at the University of Salford  in 1994.  I teach across all levels of nursing and health care.  

My research interests and expertise include-

Working with people who self harm

Working with women with eating disorders

Transcultural issues in nursing and health care

Using problem based learning and action learning  - in education and practice.

Lay beliefs about health and illness.

Key Qualifications

Title of study

Ordinary people - extraordinary voices' An investigation of ordinary people views about mental health and illness.

Key Presence
Conference Presentations