Jude Ibe

Jude Ibe RMN, BA Hons, PGCE-FE, MSc Econs, MA

Jude Ibe

Jude Ibe
RMN, BA Hons, PGCE-FE, MSc Econs, MA

Principal Lecturer and Programme Leader

Department of Family Care and Mental Health

Faculty of Education and Health

Jude Ibe is a Principal Lecturer and Programme Leader in the Department of Family Care & Mental Health at the University of Greenwich.

As a principal lecturer since 2009, he leads and lectures across the pre-registration BSc Hons Mental Health Nursing and the postgraduate diploma programme.

His main area of teaching is in the management of mental health nursing care; strategic management skills; acute and community mental health; audit of mental health services; and education of mental health professionals.

Posts held previously:

  • 2005-09, Professional Lead, Mental Health, University of Greenwich
  • 2002-05, Senior Lecturer: Mental Health, University of Greenwich,
  • 2000-02, Senior Nurse, NHS, Project Co-coordinator/Senior Manager within mental health services, (various)
  • Principal Lecturer and Programme Leader, Department of Family Care & Mental Health
  • Lead and lecturer on BSc Hons Mental Health Nursing and the postgraduate diploma programme

Jude was winner of a Sir Graham Day Award for demonstrating outstanding achievement in the management of mental health services in Greenwich, London.

Memberships:

  • Department of Health Expert Committees and Working Parties
  • DoH Expert Committee on Defining Severe Mental Illness
  • Inner Cities Initiatives Group: Best Practice Subgroup
  • Southwark Catholic Education Appeal Panel
  • The Capable Practitioner Expert Panel, in 2000

Reviewer/other:

  • Member/Editorial Board, the Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 2010-present
  • Reviewer with the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA)
  • Expert Reviewer with the Health Advisory Service (HAS 2000)
  • Sentinel Reader for MORE (McMaster Online Rating of Evidence) EBN System, 2006-present
  • Critical Reader/Reviewer to Open University Health Series

Jude's research interests are the targets for good practice, the skills and commitments of practitioners working in mental health services. He is also keen on research and practice development initiatives that inform practitioners as well as service users with access to practice resource, intended to enable them to achieve the objectives of effective mental health care delivery.

He has researched the use of social media/technology by service users to enhance their care and experience. An aspect of doctoral study was on the delivery of Continuing Professional Development for staff working in private care homes/establishments, and the motivation and organisational structures that assist staff with training.

Chummun, H., Ibe, J. and Tilley, V. (2010). 4 – Methylenedioxyamfetamine (Ecstasy) use reduces cognition. British Journal of Nursing, 19, pp. 94-100.

Stevenson, M. and Ibe, J. (2003). Devising an e-learning package for vital-signs monitoring. Nursing Times, 99(26), pp. 28-30.

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Ibe, J. (2008). Mental Health Nursing in UK-ethnicity and gender. The International Mental Health Nursing Conference, University of East London.

Ibe, J. and Stevenson, M.J. (2003). An E-Learning package on vital signs monitoring: designed to support pre-qualifying students of Nursing & Midwifery. The e-learning Conference, University of Greenwich.

Ibe, J. (2002). Educational Audit-A tool for Clinical Governance. The International Mental Health Nursing Conference, Copenhagen: Denmark.

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