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Prof Tony Warne
Prof Tony Warne
postal addressSchool of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work, The University of Salford, Mary Seacole Building, Salford, Greater Manchester, M6 6PU.
email addressa.r.warne@salford.ac.uk
telephone+44(0)161295 2777
website addresshttp://tonywarne.blogspot.com/
Key Memberships
From September 2011 to present.
Profile Summary

I started working in mental health care in 1975 and qualified as a mental health nurse in 1978. Over the next 20 years I gained extensive experience in both mental health nursing and service management. I have worked in a variety of different mental health services and towards the end of my time in the NHS, I worked in and was responsible for a range of specialist mental health service environments in the North West of England.

 
I left the NHS in 1995 to join Manchester Metropolitan University, Department of Health Care Studies as a teacher and researcher. After ten years of working at MMU I moved to the University of Salford as Professor in Mental Health Care (2006).
 
The focus for my research interest is on inter-personal, intra-personal and extra-personal relationships. My research has centred around exploring the impact of such relationships on nursing practice, policy, organisation and education using psychodynamic and managerialist analytical discourses. Much of my research has involved mental health nursing, although I have also worked in other areas of nursing and health care.
 
In 2007, I was appointed Head of School for the School of Nursing & Midwifery at University of Salford. During 2009 I was also appointed Associate Dean for Research & Innovation Faculty of Health and Social Care at the University.
 
I was until its change to the Healthcare Commission, a Clinical Reviewer for CHI, and have undertaken three clinical reviews of mental health services. I have been a Magistrate for over 18 years and I have a special interest in the mentally disordered offender.
Key Qualifications
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Key Projects
2007
Mar
Evaluation of Rochdale Partnership for Older People Project (POPP)
Rochdale MBC, £67,000.00.
Investigators: T Williamson (50%), T Warne (20%), C Hulme (30%).
2006
Dec
Older People and Regeneration (SDF - H23)
Northumbria University, £4,966.63.
Investigator: T Warne (100%).
2006
Dec
The Role of Partnerships (SDF - H11)
Northumbria University, £68,225.12.
Investigators: T Warne (50%), K Holland (50%).
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Refereed Journal Articles
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Guest Editorials in Journals
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Consultancy Roles
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Higher Educational Representative for the Greater Manchester Workforce Development Confederation (Implementation Group Developing the Workforce). Outcomes: Development and implementation of the FdA programme at MMU, provision of s... more >>.
2001
Feb

 National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission Assessment.  Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Nursing Palliative care eight years accreditation, Masters of Nursing five years accreditation.

External Examiner Duties
2001
Sep
External Examiner for University of Dundee. Bachelor of Nursing Programme (by Distance Learning)
2001
May
External Examiner for John Moores Liverpool University. BA (Hons) Nursing Mental Health Branch Programme and Specialist Award Programme
Honorary Posts (e.g. Visiting Appointments)
2003
May
Visiting Lecturer to Kenya Medical School (Nairobi, Kenya) teaching Research Methods to BSc and Postgraduate nursing students.
1998
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Teaching on the Nursing Degree (English). Mental Health Promotion; Introduction to Anthropology; and Medical Sociology.

Honours and Awards
2006
Sep

Professor Tony Warne presented two papers at the recent 32nd International Conference, Mental Health at the Centre, in Alice Springs, Australia. The conference was facilitated by the  Additionally, current research being u... more >>.

1994
Apr

National Award Winner. Saved NHS Trust of £120,000 over a 12 month period through the introduction of computer based facilities management system.

Invited Papers and Lectures
2007
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Action Research: If you want to truly understand something, try to change it. Executive Health and Social Care Leadership Master Class. Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster
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University based nurse training and the rituals of verification: devaluing practice based evidence Invited Paper 7th International Nursing Conference, Comenius University, Martin, Slovakia
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Becoming a knowingly knowledgeable leader: the place of practice based evidence. Executive Health and Social Care Leadership Master Class. Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster
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Involving service Users in Health Care Research. Research Institute Health and Social Care, April Session, Manchester Metropolitan University.
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Loitering with intent: soliciting the views of the primary mental health care work force. The 2005 University of Swansea Research Seminar Series, University of Swansea, Swansea
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Current difficulties in the UK primary care nursing practice. Hungarian Scientific Society of Nursing, 10th International Conference, Pec's, Hungary
2005
Using questionnaires in practice change processes. Looking to the Future Allied Health Professionals and Health Care Scientists Annual Conference, Manchester.
2005
The Local Evaluation of Greater Manchester Cadet Scheme. Highly Commended and The Way Forward Evaluation Event, Greater Manchester Strategic Health Authority, Hyde Manchester
2004
May
Other Evidence of External Esteem
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I am currently a peer reviewer for the following Journals: 2000 - Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 2004 - Journal of Nurse Management 2006 - Advances in Health Sciences Education 2006 ¿ Nurse Education in Pra... more >>.
2006
Colleagues from the Yamanashi College of Nursing, Japan visited the University during 28th -31st October. Following their reading of the book 'Using patient experience in nurse education' (Warne & McAndrew, 2004), they had contact... more >>.