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Dr Carolyn Wallace known as Dr Carolyn Wallace

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Qualifications

RGN; BSc Hons (Open); PGCE; MSc Interprofessional Studies (Health);PhD


About

Main teaching areas:

Frailty, integrated healthcare, mixed methods research and qualitative methodologies especially phenomenology and consensus methodologies.

Dr Wallace is currently DoS to three Full Time PhD funded students (KESS, RCBC, ASSC), supervisor to one Maltese government funded Part-Time PhD students.

Programme lead for BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care Management and HE Cert Dementia Studies.

Module leader for various modules including integrated healthcare modules (MSc Professional Practice & MSc Care of the Older Person); Multiagency/inter-professional modules year 1 & 3 (BSc Social Work/health and social care)

Experience

Currently: Reader Integrated Care 2013-date/ secondment as Clinical Research Fellow to Community Nursing Research Strategy for Wales, Wales School for Primary Care Research, Heath Park, Cardiff 0.4wte from August 2013 to date. Fellow of WIHSC (Wales Institute of Health and Social Care)

Principal Lecturer 2007-2013

Senior Lecturer University of Glamorgan 2005-2007

Associate lecturer University of Glamorgan 2004-2005

Intermediate Care Development Manager 2003-2004

Blaenau Gwent Community Re-ablement Team Project Manager 2001-2003 (Joint post GHCT, LHB, SSD)

PAMs Business Support Manager (Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust) 2000-2001

Clinical Services Support Manager (Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust)1999-2000

Development Officer-Joint Health and Social Services Day Care Project (Secondment 6 Months-1999)

Previous posts prior to 1999 included ward sister and staff nurse posts (Wales and England) within Medicine and Care of the Older Person.

Publications

Kenkre, J., Wallace, C., Davies, R., Bale, S., Thomas, S., (2013) Developing and implementing the community nursing research strategy for Wales. British Journal of Community Nursing 18(11) 485-491

Barber, K., Wallace, C., (2012) “Happily independent” – configuring the Gwent frailty support and wellbeing worker. Journal of Integrated Care 20 (5) 308-322

Jones, G., Wallace, C., Kenkre, J., Khanna, P., Prosser, M., (2012) Pilot study protocol: Developing a frailty index An investigation to define the physiological, cognitive and social factors associated with pre-frail and frail people. GSTF Journal of BioSciences. 2(1) 98-103

Shakesby, A., Wallace, C., (2012) Domestic Violence Top Tips for support worker practice in Wales. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants 6 (1)17-23

Wallace, C., Chandler, L., Rogers, A., Crosby, K., Joshi, N., Spriggs, T., Hill, C., (2012) Caring for frail patients: best practice. Nursing Standard. 26 (28) 50-56.

Davies, M., Wallace, C.,(2012) Inter-professional working and Learning Disability in Littlechild, B., Smith R., (eds.) Inter-professional and inter-agency practice in the human services: learning to work together. Pearson.

NHS Wales (2011) Multidisciplinary working : A Framework for practice in Wales. Continuing NHS Healthcare National programme. [authors Matt Wyatt & Dr Carolyn Wallace] http://www.complexcarewales.org/Content.aspx?SitePageContentID=884&SitePageID=205

Wallace C., (April 2011) ’An exploration of health and social care service integration in a deprived South Wales area. PhD thesis. Generations Review [online] http://www.britishgerontology.org/DB/gr-editions-2/generations-review/phd-abstracts-2.html

Wallace C, (2011) An exploration of health and social care service integration in a deprived South Wales Area. PhD abstract. Generations Review. April [online] http://www.britishgerontology.org/DB/gr-editions-2/april-2011.html

Longley M., Boutall T., Fisk M., Gould N., Llewellyn M., Parker H., Wallace C., (2010) ‘Care at home: Challenges, possibilities and implications for the workforce in Wales. Care Council for Wales: Cardiff

Wallace C, Black DJ, Fothergill A (2010) Integrated assessment of older adults who misuse alcohol. Nursing Standard. 24 (33) 51-56.

Wallace C., (2010) Case Study 13: BSc Health and Social Care: working together. In: Kell C., ed. Interprofessional Education in Wales: Case Studies in Health and Social Care. Higher Education Academy Health Sciences and Practice Subject Centre p93-98

Wallace C., Davies M., (2009) Sharing Assessment in Health and Social Care: A practical handbook for inter-professional working. London. Sage Publications

Longley M., Beddow T., Bellamy A., Davies M., Griffiths G., Magill J., Scowcroft A., Wallace C., Warner M (2008) Independent Review of Delayed Transfers of Care in Wales . Commissioned by Welsh Assembly Government on behalf of National Assembly Government.

Wallace, C., Black, D., Fothergill, A., (2008) WIISMAT (Wales In-depth Integrated Substance Misuse Assessment Tool) Commissioned by Welsh Assembly Government. [online] http://new.wales.gov.uk/topics/housingandcommunity/safety/publications/wiismat/?lang=en

Wallace C., Wiggin P., (2007) Lunch Clubs- The role and function of lunch clubs for older people. New Ideas Fund. Welsh Assembly Government [online] http://wales.gov.uk/topics/housingandcommunity/research/newideasfund/complete/lunchclubs/?lang=en

Wallace, C., (2007) Standardised Assessment for People with long term conditions- How does nursing fit? Ref. No. 2007/01 [online] http://www.florence-nightingale-foundation.org.uk/uploads/Reports_2007.pdf

Wallace, C., (2006) Nursing Toolkit for Unified Assessment. CD ROM.Welsh Assembly Government. February.

Wallace, C., Haram, G., (2005) Nursing within the context of Unified assessment. cited in Welsh Assembly Government (2006)Assessment, Decision –making, eligibility and completion of the Nursing Needs assessment Decision Record (NNADR):Nurses Workbook on NHS Funded Nursing Care by Registered Nurses in Wales. Annex B

Memberships

Membership of professional bodies
RCN; MinstLM;

Awards
Welsh Crucible 2011
Florence Nightingale Travel Scholarship Award 2007- standardised assessment frameworks and long term conditions- how does nursing fit in? –Visits to Scotland, England and Italy undertaken in 2007

Highly Commended Community Hospital Association 2003 for Innovative and Creative Practice.-Blaenau Gwent Joint day care project

Queen’s Nursing Institute Innovative and Creative Practice Award 2001.- Blaenau Gwent Community Reablement Team evaluation


External

Trustee Age Cymru Gwent 2013-date

Academic Advisor Gwent Frailty Programme ‘Happily Independent’ http://www.gwentfrailty.torfaen.gov.uk/ 2009 to 2011

External Examiner Angla Ruskin University 2008-2012
External Examiner Southampton University 2010-2012

RCN Wales Designed for Life Advisory Group 2008
Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) Empowering Ward sister/charge nurse Ministerial Task and Finish Group 2008
WAG/ NLIAH Unified Assessment/ Discharge Liaison/ Intermediate Care Communities of Practice member 2007- date
Launch Nursing Needs Decision Record conference presenter (The Office of the Chief Nursing Officer, Welsh Assembly Government 2007)
Unified Assessment Advisory Group (Welsh Assembly Government) 2004 to 2006
RCN Forum ‘Rehabilitation & Intermediate Care’ elected Committee Member 2004 to 2009
Unified Assessment and Care Management Regional Workshop Presenter (Office Chief Nursing officer November/December, 2004)
NNPR Free Nursing Care Task & Finish Group Office of the Chief Nursing officer, WAG 2004 to 2006
CRT (Community Rehabilitation Team) Network UK’ (Wales) Chair 2001-2004


Consultancy

Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board /Bridgend CBC (2013/2014) Integrated Care for senior and middle managers.

NHS Wales (2011) Multidisciplinary working: A Framework for practice in Wales-DVD. Continuing NHS Healthcare National programme.

NLIAH (2009) Passing the Baton. DVD.

Longley M., Boutall T., Fisk M., Gould N., Llewellyn M., Parker H., Wallace C., (2010) ‘Care at home: Challenges, possibilities and implications for the workforce in Wales. Care Council for Wales: Cardiff

Longley M., Beddow T., Bellamy A., Davies M., Griffiths G., Magill J., Scowcroft A., Wallace C., Warner M (2008) Independent Review of Delayed Transfers of Care in Wales . Commissioned by Welsh Assembly Government on behalf of National Assembly Government.

Lipp A, Kenkre J, Wallace C (2006) Torfaen evaluation of the management of a chronic disease team.

Prof Joyce Kenkre, Prof. Tony Beddoe, Carolyn Wallace, Christalla Pithara (2005) Delayed Transfers of Care commissioned by Caerphilly LHB

Informing healthcare- Nursing information Needs Project 2005/2006; Welsh Assembly Government – Wales Integrated Substance Misuse Assessment Tool (WISMAT) 2005/2006/2007- tool development, launch and evaluation; Delayed Transfers of Care Project- Caerphilly LHB 2005; Unified Assessment training in Gwent healthcare NHS Trust, Torfaen LHB, Blaenau Gwent LHB and Pontypridd & Rhondda NHS Trust; NHS Continuing Healthcare training Torfaen LHB.


Research

ABMU (2014) Family Resilience study
CCW (2013) Maximising the sustainability and effectiveness of Practice learning opportunities in the social work degree.
KESS (2011)‘‘PhD studentship-An investigation to define the physiological, cognitive and social factors associated with pre frail and frail people.- Partner Invacare . No. 02118 K930
KESS (2011)‘‘Integrated working: A study of individual professional perception of identity and decision making’ KESS No 10688. Partner-Torfaen Local Service Board
KESS (2011)‘Public Sector Integration: an exploration of reciprocal interdependence and organisational culture.’ KESS Phd Scholarship No. 10675 Partner- Torfaen Local Service Board
Aneurin Bevan Health Board(2012)Research to coordinate a NISCHR RfPPB Wales bid with 3 HBs and Cardiff University, Maths and Business schools.
Wales School of Primary Care Research (2011) Post- doctoral fellowship- Dr Carolyn Wallace to develop the Frailty programme research proposals for 2010-11.
NLIAH (2011).Multidisciplinary working in the NHS- consultancy and co-authorship or All Wales Guidance.
Care Council for Wales (2008)“Care at Home”-Experiences of Older People in Wales Receiving Home Care- research
Wallace, C., (2009)An exploration of health and social care service integration in a deprived South Wales area. PhD Thesis. University of Worcester with University of Coventry.

Wallace C & Wiggin (2007) Lunch Clubs- The role and function of lunch clubs for older people. New Ideas Fund. Welsh Assembly Government

Areas of Expertise

Integrated Care, service development,

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