Hazel Ann Smith (PhD)
Communications Officer and Past Chair
Hazel is a midwife and research background is primarily in paediatrics.
Hazel is the co-author on the ‘The Whitehouse Report: Review of research nursing and midwifery structures, strategies and sharing of learning across the UK and Ireland in 2017.’ This report is the result of a project undertaken by Claire Whitehouse through the Florence Nightingale Foundation and sponsored by the Chief Nursing Officer for England, Jane Cummings. Hazel is a review author for the IRNM’s Orientation Pack for Clinical Research Nurses & Midwives. Hazel also develops and teaches research courses.
Hazel sits on the following committees:
– Research Committee of the IACRN
– UK Clinical Research Facilities Network (UK CRF)’s Theme 3 ‘Developing and sharing best practice for staff education, training and development’
Social Media Accounts:
Twitter is @smithhazelann
Linkedln is https://ie.linkedin.com/in/hazel-a-smith-65b84159
Full list is available on ORCID – https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5538-0897
- Fisher CA, Griffith CA, Lee H, Smith HA, et al. (2022) Extending the description of the clinical research nursing workforce. Journal of Research in Nursing. 27(1-2):102-113
- Whitehouse CL, Raven J-L, Keable J, Parslow-Williams S, Smith HA. (2022) Midwifery research in areas of deprivation and need: the MeRIDiAN project. Journal of Research in Nursing. 27(1-2):131-140.
- Yhnell, E., Smith, H.A., Walker, K. and Whitehouse, C.L. (2019) WhyWeDoResearch: using social media effectively and positively as a tool to engage public, patients and healthcare staff in research. Research for All 3 (1) , pp. 7-17.
- Whitehouse, CL. And Smith, HA. (2018) The Whitehouse Report: Review of research nursing and midwifery structures, strategies and sharing of learning across the UK and Ireland in 2017. The Florence Nightingale Foundation