Associate Professor Stephen Neville

Stephen Neville 2016 photo

Head of Department, Nursing

Phone: +64 9 921 9379

Email: stephen.neville@aut.ac.nz

Physical Address:
Room: AA263, School of Clinical Sciences, AUT North Shore Campus, 90 Akoranga Drive, Northcote 0627, Auckland, New Zealand

Postal Address:
Department of Nursing
School of Clinical Sciences
Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences
AUT University, Private Bag 92006,
Auckland 1142, New Zealand

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Qualifications:

•  PhD in Nursing – Massey University
•  Master of Arts (1st Class Honours) in Nursing – Massey University
•  Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences) – Massey University
•  Certificate in Tertiary Teaching
•  Registered Nurse

Memberships and Affiliations:

President of the New Zealand Association of Gerontology
Fellow of the College of Nurses Aotearoa (NZ)
Visiting Fellow, Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney
Honorary Senior Fellow, School of Nursing and Midwifery, The University of Queensland
Editorial Board member, Journal of Clinical Nursing
Associate Editor, Australasian Journal on Ageing
Associate Editor, Contemporary Nurse
New Zealand member of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics Council  http://www.iagg.info/
Member, Council of Deans of Nursing and Midwifery (ANZ)

Biography:

As Head of Nursing Stephen is responsible for the strategic, academic and operational leadership and management of the discipline, and is tasked with advancing nursing at a local, national and international level. He has extensive experience as an academic and researcher in nursing, and has held senior academic positions in a variety of tertiary education institutions in New Zealand. Stephen has a strong clinical background in gerontology and has taught at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, as well as supervising graduate students undertaking masterate and doctoral theses.

Stephen’s research interests relate to the health and well-being of communities, particularly marginalised populations’ encompassing sexual minority groups and older citizens, as well as health workforce development. He is the Co-Director of the AUT Centre for Active Ageing. The dissemination of research outputs are in quality assured forums including refereed journals and conferences. He is the current President of the New Zealand Association of Gerontology and is a Fellow and life member of the College of Nurses Aotearoa (NZ).

Teaching Areas:

•    Gerontology
•    Master’s and Doctoral thesis supervisor and examiner

Research Areas:

•    Gerontology
•    Marginalised populations
•    Men’s Health and Well-being
•    Health Workforce

Publications:

Journal articles
Rodgers, V., Neville, S., & La Grow, S. (2017). Health, functional ability and life satisfaction among older people 65 years and over: a cross-sectional study. Contemporary Nurse, 53(3), 284-292. doi:10.1080/10376178.2017.1319286
Montayre, J., Neville, S., & Holroyd, E. (2017). Moving backwards, moving forward: The experiences of older Filipino migrants adjusting to life in New Zealand. International Journal Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 12(1), 1347011, doi:10.1080/174282631.2017.1347011
Wright-St Clair, V. A., Neville, S., Forsyth, V., White, L., & Napier, S. (2017) Integrative review of older adult loneliness and social isolation in New Zealand. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 36(2), 114-123.
Tautolo, E., Wrapson, W., Paterson, J., Wright-St Clair, V., Neville, S., Dewes, O., & Iusitini, L. (2017). Healthy Pacific grandparents: A participatory action research project exploring ageing well among Pacific people in New Zealand. Self & Society, 45(2), 134-148, doi:10.1080/03060497.2017.1334973
Adams, J., Neville, S., Parker, K., & Huckle, T. (2017). Influencing condom use by gay and bisexual men for anal sex through social marketing: A program evaluation of Get it On!. Social Marketing Quarterly, 23(1), 3-17. doi: 10.1177/1524500416654897.
Neville, S., Adams, J., & Cook, C. (2016). Using internet-based approaches to collect qualitative data from vulnerable groups: Reflections from the field. Contemporary Nurse, 52(6), 657-668. doi:10.1080/10376178.2015.1095056
Jackson, D., Hutchinson, M., Barnason, S., Li, W., Mannix, J., Neville, S., Piper, D., Power, T., Smith, G., & Usher, K. (2016). Towards international consensus on patient harm: Perspectives on pressure injury policy. Journal of Nursing Management, 24(7), 902-914. doi:10.1111/jonm.12396
Neville, S., Napier, S., Adams, J., Wham, C., & Jackson, D. (2016). An integrative review of the factors related to building age-friendly rural communities. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25(17-18), 2387-2722. doi:10.1111/jocn.13299
Nell, D., Neville, S., Bellew, R., O’Leary, C., & Beck, K. (2016). Factors affecting optimal nutrition and hydration for people living in specialised dementia care units: A qualitative study of caregivers’ perceptions. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 35(4), E1-E6. doi:10.1111/ajag.12307
Neville, S., Russell, J., Adams, J., & Jackson, D. (2016). Living at home and being socially connected at 95 years and beyond: A qualitative study. Contemporary Nurse, 52(2-3), 258-268. doi:10.1080/10376178.2016.1205457
Wilkinson, J., Neville, S., Huntington, A., & Watson, P. (2016). Factors that influence new graduates’ preferences for specialty areas. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 32(1), 8-19.
Neville, S., Adams, J., Moorley, C., & Jackson, D. (2016). The condom imperative in anal sex – one size may not fit all: A qualitative descriptive study of men who have sex with men. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25, 3589-3596. doi:10.1111/jocn.13507
Neville, S., & Adams, J. (2016). Views about HIV/STI and health promotion among gay and bisexual Chinese and South Asian men living in Auckland, New Zealand. International Journal Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 11, 30764-http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/qhw.v11.30764
Robertson, H., Carryer, J., & Neville, S. (2015). Diffusion of the primary health care strategy in a small district health board in New Zealand. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 31(3), 17-26.
Neville, S., Kushner, B., & Adams, J. (2015). Coming out narratives of older gay men in New Zealand. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 34(2), 29-33. doi: 10.1111/ajag.12277
Tipa, Z., Wilson, D., Neville, S., & Adams, J. (2015). Cultural responsiveness and the family partnership model. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 31(2), 35-47.
Pirret, A., Neville, S., & La Grow, S. (2015). Nurse practitioners versus doctors diagnostic reasoning in a complex case presentation to an acute tertiary hospital: A comparative study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 52,716-726.
doi: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2014.08.009
Neville, S., Adams, J., Bellamy, G., Boyd, M., & George, N. (2015). Perceptions toward lesbian, gay and bisexual people in residential care facilities: A qualitative study. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 10(1), 73-81. doi: 10.1111/opn.12058
Neville, S., Adams, J., & Holdershaw, J. (2014). Social marketing campaigns that promote condom use among MSM: A literature review. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 30(1), 5-16.
Kushner, B., Neville, S., & Adams, J. (2013). Perceptions of ageing as an older gay man: A qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(22-23), 3388-3395. doi: 10.1111/jocn.12362
Adams, J., Neville, S., & Dickinson, P. (2013). Evaluation of Bro Online: An Internet-based HIV prevention initiative for gay and bisexual men. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 51(5), 239-247. doi: 10.1080/14635240.2012.702502
Winters, R., & Neville, S. (2012). Registered nurse perspectives on delayed or missed nursing cares in a New Zealand hospital. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 28(1), 19-28.
Dallas, J., & Neville, S. (2012). Health education and health screening in a sample of older men: A descriptive survey. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 28(1), 6-16.
LaGrow, S., Neville, S., Alpass, F., & Rodgers, V. (2012). Loneliness and self-reported health among older persons in New Zealand. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 31(2), 121-123.
Huntington, A., Gilmour, J., Neville, S., Kellett, S., & Turner, C. (2012). A glimpse of the future nursing workforce: The graduate e-cohort study. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 29(3), 22-29.
Henrickson, M., & Neville, S. (2012). Identity Satisfaction over the life course in sexual minorities. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 24(1), 80-95.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2012). Resisting the ‘condom ever time for anal sex’ health education message. Health Education Journal, 71(3), 386-394.

Editorials
Moorley, C., Neville, S., & Johnson, J. (2016). Editorial: Being responsive: Promoting LGBTI health and well-being. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25, 3413-3414. doi:10.1111/jocn.13596
Hickman, L., Neville, S., Fischer, T., Davidson, P., & Phillips, J. (2016). Editorial. Call to action: greater investment in the registered nurse role is required to improve care outcomes for dementia patients living in residential aged care and their families. Contemporary Nurse, 52(2-3), 137-139. doi:10.1080/10376178.2016.1215234
Harding, T., & Neville, S. (2014). Editorial. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 31(1), 2-3.
Hickman, L., Mannix, J., & Neville, S. (2014). Editorial: Is postgraduate education a luxury or necessity for professional nurses: A trans-Tasman perspective. Contemporary Nurse, 49(1-2), 2-3.
Neville, S. (2013). Editorial. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 29(1), 2-3.

Book Chapters
Neville, S., & Adams, J. (2018). HIV/AIDS. In E. Chang & A. Johnson (Eds.), Chronic illness & disability. Principles for nursing practice (3rd ed., pp. 475-488). Sydney: Elsevier Australia.
Wilson, D., & Neville, S. (2017). Health disparities: The social determinants of health. In J. Daly, S. Speedy & D. Jackson (Eds.), Contexts of nursing: An introduction (5th ed., pp. 287-302). Sydney: Elsevier Australia.
Bernoth, M., Neville, S., & Foster, P. (2017). Policies influencing ageing and aged care in Australia and New Zealand. In M. Bernoth & D. Winkler (Eds.). Healthy ageing and aged care (pp. 26-50). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Neville, S., & Wilson, D. (2016). Mentoring for new graduates. In E. Chang & J. Daly (Eds.). Transitions in nursing:Preparing for professional practice (4th ed., pp. 293-308). Sydney: Elsevier Australia.
Neville, S., & Henrickson, M. (2014). HIV/AIDS. In E. Chang & A. Johnson (Eds.), Chronic illness & disability. Principles for nursing practice (2nd ed., pp. 514-530). Sydney: Elsevier Australia.
Neville, S. (2013). Social Support in Retirement. In F. M. Alpass and J. Paddision (Eds.), Psychological dimensions of retirement. Palmerston North: Massey University.
Neville, S., & Wilson, D. (2012). Mentoring for new graduates. In E. Chang & J. Daly (Eds.). Transitions in nursing: Preparing for professional practice (3rd ed., pp. 305-320). Sydney: Elsevier Australia.

Conference Presentations
Shannon, K., Jeffs, T., Smit, D., Brooks, K, Wright-St Clair, V., & Neville, S. (2017). Engaging people who have dementia in research: The experience of the Whare Aroha Care transition study. Alzheimers Disease International conference, 26-29 April, Kyoto, Japan.
Shannon, K., Jeffs, T., Smit, D., Brooks, K, Wright-St Clair, V., & Neville, S. (2017). Translating the Hogeweyk model into the New Zealand context: The Whare Aroha Care village. Alzheimers Disease International conference, 26-29 April, Kyoto, Japan.
Jackson, D., Durrant, L., Buxton, E., Gardner, S., Betteridge, R., Walthall, H., Hutchinson, M., Neville, S., & Usher, K. (2017). Understanding pressure injuries: A case study of adult patients treated in their own homes. Sigma Theta Tau 28th International Nursing Research Congress, 27-30 July, Dublin, Ireland.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2017). Older residents’ accounts of ageing successfully in a rural New Zealand community. International Society of Critical Health Psychology Conference, 9-12 July, Loughborough, UK.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2017). “Successful ageing” in a rural community in New Zealand. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Conference, 5-7 July, Aberystwyth, UK.
Saliba, B., Ferguson, C., Neville, S., & Hickman, L. (2017). Cardiovascular risk in gay men: Implications for cardiovascular nurses. Australasian Cardiovascular Nursing College Conference, 10-11 March, Brisbane, Australia.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2016). Risk and resilience among Chinese and South Asian gay and bisexual men living in Auckland, New Zealand. Qualitative Health Research Conference, 17-19 October, Kelowna, Canada.
Adams, J., Napier, S., & Neville, S. (2016). Perceptions of the oldest old about engaging in a rural community: Implications for health and wellbeing. Qualitative Health Research Conference, 17-19 October, Kelowna, Canada.
Shannon, K., Jeffs, T., Smit, D., Brooks, K., Neville, S., & Wright-St Clair. (2016). A review of the dementia-friendly concept including New Zealand evidence. New Zealand Association of Gerontology "Making Active Ageing a Reality" Conference, 15th to 17th September, Wellington, New Zealand.
Napier, S., Neville, S., & Adams, J. (2016). Engaging in a rural community: Perceptions of the oldest old. New Zealand Association of Gerontology "Making Active Ageing a Reality" Conference, 15th to 17th September, Wellington, New Zealand.
Wright-St Clair, V., Neville, S., Forsyth, V., & Napier, S. (2016). Loneliness and older New Zealanders: An integrative review. New Zealand Association of Gerontology "Making Active Ageing a Reality" Conference, 15th to 17th September, Wellington, New Zealand.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2016). Views about sexuality and living in Auckland among gay and bisexual Chinese and South Asian men and some implications for health promotion. International Asian and Ethnic Minority Health and Wellbeing Conference, 6-7 September, Auckland.
Neville, S., & Adams, J. (2015). Living at home at 95 years and beyond. The 10th International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics – Asia/Oceania 2015 Congress, 19-22 October, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Shannon, K., & Neville, S. (2015). How do people who have dementia remain connected in their communities in Aotearoa New Zealand? The HOPE-Selwyn Knowledge Exchange for Research on Ageing, 4th September, Auckland, New Zealand.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2015). Negotiating (sexual) identity and implications for HIV health promotion among Asian gay and bisexual men in New Zealand. International Critical Health Psychology Conference, 12-15 July, Grahamstown, South Africa.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2015). Asian gay and bisexual men's view on life in Auckland: Implications for HIV health promotion. Qualitative Methods Conference, 28-30 April, Melbourne.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2015). Research and evaluation are not the same! What qualitative health researchers need to know about programme evaluation. Qualitative Methods Conference, 28-30 April, Melbourne.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2014). Evaluating social marketing: Moving beyond measuring program reach and awareness to determining behavioral influence. American Evaluation Association Conference, 15-18 October, Denver.
Neville, S., & Russell, J. (2014). Being socially connected at 95 years and beyond. New Zealand Association of Gerontology "The Age of Ageing" Conference, 12th to 14th September, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Kushner, B., & Neville, S. (2014). Older gay men and ageing. New Zealand Association of Gerontology "The Age of Ageing" Conference, 12th to 14th September, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Rodgers, V., LaGrow, S., & Neville, S. (2014). Living well with multiple chronic conditions using social comparison. New Zealand Association of Gerontology "The Age of Ageing" Conference, 12th to 14th September, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Neville, S., & Adams, B. (2013). ‘Not your usual’: Ageing and belonging to a sexual minority group. Pride in Defence Conference, 28-29 November, Wellington, New Zealand.
Neville, S. (2013). LGBTI and caregiving perspectives. RANZCP Faculty of Psychiatry of Old Age Annual Scientific Meeting. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Clinical Education Centre, Auckland City Hospital, 14-16 November, Auckland, New Zealand.
Neville, S., & Adams, J. (2013). Has the Get it On! social marketing programme influenced gay and bisexual men’s use of condoms for anal sex. The New Zealand Sexual Health Society Conference, 8-9 November, Rotorua, New Zealand.
Adams, J., Neville, S., & Cook, C. (2013). Using the Internet to collect qualitative data from vulnerable populations. Qualitative Health Research Conference, 27-29 October, Halifax, Canada.
Adams, J., & Neville, S. (2013). Views of residential care workers about non-heterosexual older people. Qualitative Health Research Conference, 27-29 October, Halifax, Canada.
Adams, J., Neville, S., & Cook, C. (2013). Using the Internet to collect qualitative evidence from vulnerable populations. Australasian Evaluation Conference, Brisbane, Australia 4-6 September.


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