Event poster for Optimising lives beyond childhood critical illness: a journey of dissatisfaction, determination, and drive
During this seminar Joseph will share how his clinical insights as a critical care nurse have driven a programme of clinically impactful research committed to optimising the outcomes of children and their families following critical illness. Joseph will present a number of studies as part of this programme, that employ a range of methodologies and methods, that have advanced the understanding of childhood critical illness survivorship within the field of paediatric critical care medicine. Inter woven, he will narrate his journey as an alumnus of the University of Nottingham [MNursSci 2005; PhD 2015] and as a clinical academic children’s nurse.
Dr Joseph C. Manning MBEPhD, MNursSci(Hons), PGCert Paed Critical Care, RN (Child)
NIHR ICA Clinical Lecturer; Clinical Associate Professor in CYP and Families Nursing; Charge Nurse Paediatric Critical Care Outreach; Associate Professor (Research); Deputy Lead – Children and Young People Health Research.
Nottingham Children’s Hospital, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust; School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham
Joseph is a Clinical-Academic Nurse with a strong and growing national and international profile within the fields of nursing, paediatric critical care, and clinical academic capacity and capability development. A committed children’s nurse, Joseph has meaningful concurrent engagement in clinical practice and research, holding frontline care and senior leadership roles at Nottingham Children’s Hospital and an Associate Professorship at the University of Nottingham. Joseph is the first registered children’s nurse in the UK to be awarded an NIHR ICA Clinical Lectureship (2019) and is seen as a trailblazer in his field. He leads a clinically focused programme of research that has demonstrable impact on the experiences, outcomes and lives of children, young people and their families that access acute care.
In 2020 he was recognised by the Chief Nursing Officer for England with a CNO Gold award for his lifetime leadership and contribution to Clinical Academic Careers and Nursing Research. In June 2021, Joseph was awarded a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) medal, for services to Nursing, by Her Majesty the Queen.