SEEK: Salford Environment for Expertise and Knowledge
Mrs Natalie Yates-Bolton
Mrs Natalie Yates-Bolton
Key Memberships
Member of School: School of Health & Society
From September 2011 to present.
From November 2007 to September 2011.
From November 2007 to August 2015.
Profile Summary

Natalie is a senior lecturer in nursing; her areas of expertise are nursing home care, dementia care, human rights based care,cancer care, evidence based practice and appreciative inquiry.Natalie teaches at undergraduate, post qualified, post graduate level.

Natalie is the co-lead of an Eu funded Masters In Dementia development project (2014-2016) ,Positive about Dementia (POSADEM). Natalie was the co-lead of an EU funded intensive programme on Human Rights:Older People and End of Life (HUROPEL) which has been held in Salford (2011), Finland (2012) and France(2013). 

Natalie established the Dementia Design Group at the University of Salford for inter-disciplinary dementia research, education and innovation. Natalie is the co-lead for the Salford Institute for Dementia. Natalie is the co-lead for the International Dementia Design Network (www.international-dementia-design.org) a forum for international collaboration for enhancing a positive future for people living with dementia. Natalie is the principal investigator for an evalution of dementia friendly environments.

Natalie won a Vice-Chancellors scholarship to study human rights in care homes (2008-9).Natalie also won a Florence Nightingale Travel scholarship  to the USA  to study non-pharmacological approaches to improving the quality of life of people living with dementia (2011).

Natalie has given many keynote addresses at national and international conferences identifying the positive aspects of patient experience and has published papers on patient care.

Key Qualifications
2006
1998
1990
1990
Key Projects
2016
Jan
2015
Oct
Creating an innovate and inspirational hub for research, education and engagement
Garfield Weston Foundation, 66,000.00.
Principal Investigator: N Yates-Bolton (100%).
2014
Oct
KTP with Six Degrees
Technology Strategy Board, 164,696.00.
Principal Investigator: N Yates-Bolton (100%).
2014
Jan
University Hospital South Manchester Dementia Evaluation
University Hospitals South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust, 30,982.00.
Principal Investigator: N Yates-Bolton (25%). Co-Investigators: T Williamson (25%), R Codinhoto (19%), K Yates (25%), M Ormerod (6%).
2013
Oct
Salford City Council Dementia Environment Evaluation
Salford City Council, 29,000.00.
Principal Investigator: T Williamson (25%). Co-Investigators: K Yates (25%), R Codinhoto (25%), N Yates-Bolton (25%).
Key Presence
Conference Organisation
2012
Sep
2011
Apr
Honours and Awards
2012
Dec
2010
Nov
2008
Mar
Invited Papers and Lectures
2014
May
2014
May
2014
Mar
2014
Feb

 Invited concurrent session addressing the benefits of undertaking a Florence Nightingale Scholarship.

2013
Nov
2013
Jun
2013
May
2013
Mar
2012
Dec
2012
Nov
2012
Nov
2012
Nov
2012
Mar
2008
Sep
Media Appearances
2014
May
2012
Dec
2012
Jun
Other
2014
Jun

 Organised public seminar: guest speakers Hugh Jones Court of Protection Solicitors

2014
Jun

 Organised national seminar: guest speakers Hugh Jones Court of Protection Solicitors

2014
May

 Invited expert panel member. Debate published in the Times

2014
Apr

 Organised national listening event 

2014
Apr

 Organised national seminar: guest speakers Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Foundation and Ladder to the Moon

2014
Jan

 Organised National seminar, guest speakers from HammondCare (Australia)

2013
Sep

Invited webinar presentation for USA and Candian based organisation A Meeting of the Minds. International audience.

2013
Aug

 Keynote speaker at public seminar

2013
Apr

 Organised national seminar, guest speaker Dr John Zeisel (USA)

2013
Jan

  My local university in Salford is setting up a dementia centre—a collaboration between the department of the built environment, including architects, and the department of social care. Design is being looked... more >>.

Other Evidence of External Esteem
2014
Jun
2009
Oct

 Reviewer for publication written by  Professor Mary Marshall