Dan Wolstenholme Core Team Manager and Communications Lead
Dan undertook a first degree in Neuroscience before training as a nurse. During this time, Dan completed an MMedSci in nursing and healthcare studies and lectured on pre- and post-registration nursing courses within the School of Nursing at the University of Sheffield. Following this Dan worked in Research management and governance in Chesterfield and Sheffield Hospitals before taking up his role as project manager and clinical researcher on the User-centred Healthcare Design project within CLAHRC SY and subsequently taking three roles withing CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber, Core Team Manager, Communications Lead and Theme Manager for the Theme Translating Knowledge into Action.
Dan's own research interests lie in exploring the potential of the theory and practice of design in healthcare
Recent Key Publications
Wolstenholme D, Ross H, Cobb M, Bowen S. Participatory Design facilitates Person Centred Nursing in service improvement with older people: a secondary directed content analysis. Journal of clinical nursing. 2016 May 1.
Wolstenholme D. Service Design: From Insight to Implementation. The Design Journal. 2016 Jan 2;19(1):183-6.
Wolstenholme D, Cobb M, Bowen S, Wright P, Dearden A. Design-led service improvement for older people. Australasian Medical Journal. 2010 Aug 1;3(8):465-70.
Morris‐Docker SB, Tod A, Harrison JM, Wolstenholme D, Black R. Nurses’ use of the Internet in clinical ward settings. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2004 Oct 1;48(2):157-66.
Bowen S, Dearden A, Wolstenholme D, Cobb M. Different views: including others in participatory health service innovation.
Sustar H, Bowen S, Dearden A, Fisher M, Wolstenholme D. Using popular culture to enable health service co-design with young people. EAD. 2013 Jan 28.