Academic Staff Directory

Nicki Moone

Ms Nicki Moone

Senior Lecturer/PSI Lead
Job title:
Senior Lecturer/PSI lead
Higher qualifications:

Postgraduate Certificate (Research) University of West London, Postgraduate Certificate (Education) University of West London, BSc (Hons) Psychosocial intervention (Thorn) Southbank University, DipHE Brunel University, Registered Mental Health Nurse.

Professional organisations:
Registered Mental Health Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
Member of Thorn steering group (Thorn)
Research and scholarly output:

 

Gamble C., Sin J., Kelly M., M’OLoughlin D., Moone N. ( 2013) The development of a Family intervention competency assessment and reflection scale (Ficars)for psychosis. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 20(8) 744-51 Nov 20.

Sin J., Moone N., Harris P. Scully E. & Wellman N. (2012) Understanding the experiences and service needs of siblings of individuals with first episode psychosis: A phenomenological study. Early Intervention in Psychiatry.6 P53-59.

Sin J., Moone N. & Harris P. (2010) Response to the Letters to the Editor “Sister speaks out about sibling psychosis”. Journal of Psychosocial nursing and Mental Health Services 48(1): 10.

Sin J., Revans L. & Moone N. (2009) Berkshire Family Work for Psychosis Service. Meriden Newsletter. 3(8): 18-20.

Sin J., Moone N. & Harris P. (2009) Siblings of individuals with first-episode psychosis – understanding their experiences and needs. The 15th International Network of Psychiatric Nursing Research Conference. Oxford, U.K.: 23rd – 24th September 2009.

Sin J., Moone N. & Harris P. (2008) Listening to the experiences and needs of siblings whose brother or sister has had a diagnosis of first episode psychosis (FEP) – a phenomenological study. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Care.  46(6): 33-40.

Moone N. & Sin J. (2007) Examples of Effective Community Services and Training in Family Psychoeducation.  In: Froggott D., Fadden G., Johnson D.L., Leggatt M. & Radha Shankar R. (eds) Families as Partners in Care – International Guidebook.  Toronto: World Fellowship of Schizophrenia and Allied Disorder. Ch. 6.

Sin J., Moone N. & Newell J. (2007) Developing services for the carers of young adults with early-onset psychosis – evidence-based practice. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 14:282-290.

Sin J., Moone N. & Harris P. (2007) Understanding the experiences of siblings who have a brother or sister with first episode psychosis – developing services to meet their needs. Conference presentation at The 13th International Network of Psychiatric Nursing Research Conference: Oxford, U.K.: 26-28th September 2007.

Sin J., Moone N. & Harris P. (2007) Listening to the experiences of siblings whose brother or sister has a diagnosis of first episode psychosis – A phenomenological study. Conference presentation at: Working with Families – Developing Caring Partnerships Conference. Stratford Upon Avon, U.K.: 19-20th March 2007.

Moone N., Syed D., Revans L. & Sin J. (2007) A psychoeducational group for carers caring for a client with first episode psychosis – working in partnership with carers. Working with Families – Developing Caring Partnerships Conference: Stratford Upon Avon, U.K.: 19-20th March 2007.

Sin J., Moone N. & Harris P. (2006) Listening to the experiences of siblings whose brother or sister has a diagnosis of First Episode Psychosis – A Phenomenological study. The 12th International Network of Psychiatric Nursing Research Conference: Oxford, U.K.: 27-29th September 2006.

Sin J., Moone N. & Wellman N. (2005) Developing services for the carers of young adults with early-onset psychosis – listening to their experiences and needs. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 12: 589-597.

Sin J. & Moone N. (2005) The challenge and success of implementing psychoeducational family interventions into routine service in Berkshire – the way forward. Conference presentation – The 11th International Network of Psychiatric Nursing Research Conference. Oxford, U.K.: 28-30th September 2005.

Gamble C., Sin J. & Moone N. (2005) A PSI implementation tale: lessons learnt from national perspectives and local experiences. Conference presentation – National THORN Steering Group “Implementing Psychosocial Interventions – Challenges and Developments” Conference: London, U.K.: 8-9 September 2005.

Sin J. & Moone N. (2005) Listening to the experiences of carers for young adults with early onset psychosis – using a psychoeducational approach to develop a carers support group. Conference presentation - Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses International Psychiatric/ Mental Health Nursing Conference 2005. Winnepeg, Canada: 25-28th May 2005.

Stevens S., Sin J. & Moone N. (2005) Incorporating a structured relapse-prevention plan into routine clinical practice within community mental health services. Conference presentation – Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses International Psychiatric /Mental Health Nursing Conference 2005. Winnepeg, Canada: 25-28th May 2005.

Sin J., Moone N. & Reynolds S. (2004) A psychoeducational group for carers caring for clients with first episode of psychosis – A flexible approach to address complex needs.  Conference presentation -10th International NPNR Conference. Oxford, U.K.: 30th September 2004.

Stevens, S., Sin, J. & Moone, N. (2004) Sharing the experience of a practice-development project through which the evidence-based structured relapse prevention work is incorporated into routine CMHT care in Reading. Conference presentation at the 10th International NPNR Conference: Oxford, U.K.: 30th September 2004.

Sin, J., Moone, N. & Wellman, N. (2003) Incorporating psycho-educational family and carers work into routine clinical practice.  Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 10: 730-734.

Sin, J., Moone, N. & Reynolds, S. (2003) An innovative approach of partnership working with families and carers with SMI in Reading.  Conference presentation at 9th International Network of Psychiatric Nursing Research Conference. Oxford, U.K.: 25th September, 2003.