Senior Clinical Nursing Research Fellow
Lead for Patient and Public Involvement in Research
Phone: 02073528171 ext 1154
Address: Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, Dovehouse DB3, Fulham Road, London SW3 6JJ
Research type: Qualitative, mixed methods.
Research Interests: End-of-life care in ICU; End of life decision-making pre-ICU; Critical Care Outreach; Rehabilitation after critical care outreach; patient and public involvement
Key Techniques: qualitative methods including phenomenology, grounded theory and ethnography., case study, mixed methods.
Keywords: Qualitative, nursing, end of life, critical care outreach, decision-making, rehabilitation, cancer critical illness.
Funding: ESICM; General Nursing Council Trust; Florence Nightingale Foundation; Macmillan; Marie Curie.
- Christie Hospital Manchester: Transitions to end of life in critical illness. N Pattison (CI)
- Part of the Enhanced Rehabilitation After Critical Illness collaborative
- UK Nurse lead/co-applicant for NIHR HTA bid for SUDDICU study with Imperial’s Dr Tony Gordon as PI.
- Co-enrolment in research working group
- Collaborator on Marie Curie study, sponsored by University of Southampton‘An Investigation about transferring patients in critical care home to die: experiences, attitudes, population characteristics and practice’ Prof Mo Coombs CI
- RELINQUISH: Longitudinal follow-up after critical care (Steering group) Dr Pam Ramsay/Prof Tim Walsh, Edinburgh
- PROFILE – steering group; Dr Lisa Salibury PI, Edinburgh
- EPIC – steering group; Dr Pam Ramsay PI, Edinburgh
- Clinical Features and Outcomes of Lung Cancer patients admitted to European and Latin American ICUs (LUCCA) (local PI and UK coordinator)
- Advanced Symptom Management System (ASyMS) CI Nora Kearney
- Pattison N and Campbell M (In Press) A Call for Papers: End of Life Care in Critical Illness. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing
- Miller S Desai N Droney J Pattison N Farquhar-Smith P Gruber P (In Press) A qualitative and quantitative study of end of life care for medical cancer patients on the Intensive Care Unit.
- Pattison NA O’Gara G Wigmore T (In Press) Negotiating transitions: critical care outreach involvement in end-of-life decision-making American Journal of Critical Care
- Stapleton S and Pattison N (In Press) Masculinity in advanced cancer Journal of Clinical Nursing
- Soares M, Toffart AC, Timsit JF, Burghi G, Irrazábal C, Pattison N, Tobar E, Almeida BF, Silva UV, Azevedo LC, Rabbat A, Lamer C, Parrot A, Souza-Dantas VC, Wallet F, Blot F, Bourdin G, Piras C, Delemazure J, Durand M, Tejera D, Salluh JI, Azoulay E; Lung Cancer in Critical Care (LUCCA) Study Investigators. Intensive care in patients with lung cancer: a multinational study. Ann Oncol. 2014 Sep;25(9):1829-35.
- Maguire R, Ream E, Richardson A, Connaghan J, Johnston B, Kotronoulas G, Pedersen V, McPhelim J, Pattison N, Smith A, Webster L, Taylor A, Kearney N.Development of a Novel Remote Patient Monitoring System: The Advanced Symptom Management System for Radiotherapy to Improve the Symptom Experience of Patients With Lung Cancer Receiving Radiotherapy. Cancer Nurs. 2014 May 15. [Epub ahead of print]
- Pattison N, O’Gara G. Making appropriate decisions about admission to critical care: the role of critical care outreach and medical emergency teams. Nurs Crit Care. 2014 Jan;19(1):4-6. doi: 10.1111/nicc.12074. No abstract available.
- Pattison N, Lee M.(2014) Two tribes coming together: patient and public involvement in cancer research. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl). 2014 Jan;23(1):1-2. doi: 10.1111/ecc.12178. No abstract available.
- Pattison N and Wiseman T (2014) ‘The foundations of the critical care nursing for the elderly’ In Pedreira M et al (Eds) Critical Care Nursing Foundations.
- Pattison N (2013) ‘Withdrawal of Treatment and End of Life Care for the Critically ill Patient.’ In Albarran J, Richardson A and Mallett J (Eds) Manual of Critical Care Nursing. Oxford, Wiley
- OGara G, Pattison N (2013) Follow-up after critical care. Cancer Nursing Practice 12(1) 19-24
- A Krige, N Pattison, M Booth, T Walsh (2013)Co-enrolment to intensive care studies — a UK perspective. Journal of Intensive Care Society. April/May 14(2) 2-5
- V E Knott, P R Debruyne, N A Pattison, D Weller (2013) Appointment of new Editor-in-Chief: a time for reflection upon our past and future.European Journal of Cancer Care (22(5):561-3.
- Debruyne PR, Knott VE, Pattison NA.(2013) A call for rigorous research and transparent study reporting ….Eur J Cancer Care (Engl). 2013 Jul;22(4):421-2. doi: 10.1111/ecc.12086. No abstract available.
- Pattison N, Carr SM, Turnock C, Dolan S. ‘Viewing in slow motion’: patients’, families’, nurses’ and doctors’ perspectives on end-of-life care in critical care. J Clin Nurs. 2013 May;22(9-10):1442-54. doi: 10.1111/jocn.12095. Epub 2013 Mar 19.
- Waller J, Pattison N. Men’s experiences of regaining urinary continence following robotic-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy (RALP) for localised prostate cancer: a qualitative phenomenological study. J Clin Nurs. 2013 Feb;22(3-4):368-78. doi: 10.1111/jocn.12082.
- Sandsund C, Pattison N, Doyle N, Shaw C. Finding a new normal: a grounded theory study of rehabilitation after treatment for upper gastrointestinal or gynaecological cancers–the patient’s perspective. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl). 2013 Mar;22(2):232-44. doi: 10.1111/ecc.12016. Epub 2012 Nov 19.
- Pattison N. Critical care outreach: capturing nurses’ contributions.Nurs Crit Care. 2012 Sep-Oct;17(5):227-30. doi: 10.1111/j.1478-5153.2012.00516.x.
- Pattison N, Eastham E.(2012) Critical care outreach referrals: a mixed-method investigative study of outcomes and experiences. Nurs Crit Care. 2012 Mar-Apr;17(2):71-82. doi: 10.1111/j.1478-5153.2011.00464.x. Epub 2011 Jul 20.
- Pattison N. (2012) Criteria for initiating end of life treatment in cancer critical care. Cancer Nursing Practice 11(4) 20-24Pattison N. (2011) End of life in critical care: an emphasis on care. Nurs Crit Care. 2011 May-Jun;16(3):113-5. doi: 10.1111/j.1478-5153.2011.00459.x. No abstract available.
- Pattison NA, Lee C. Hope against hope in cancer at the end of life. J Relig Health. 2011 Sep;50(3):731-42. doi: 10.1007/s10943-009-9265-7.
- Pattison N et al (2010) Thirty-day mortality in critical care outreach cancer patients: an investigative study of predictive and referral factors Resuscitation 81 (12) 1670–1675
- Pattison N (2010) Organ donation Chapter In Woodhouse and Baldwin (eds) KeyConcepts In Palliative Care Sage Publications
- Pattison N (2010) An intense experience. Nursing in Critical Care 15(3):105-6.
- Pattison N and Watson J (2009) Ventilatory Weaning: Why did one patient have a protracted wean? Nursing in Critical Care 14 2 pp75-85
- Pattison N and Dolan S (2009) Exploring patients’ experiences of a nurse-led follow-up after critical care. Nursing Times 105(19):16-9
- Pattison N (2008) Care of patients who have died Nursing Standard 22 (28) pp42-48
- Pattison N and Dodds N (2008) Last Offices Chapter 22 in Dougherty and Lister (eds) Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Procedures 6th Edition Blackwell
- Pattison N (2008) Caring for patients after death Nursing Standard 22 (51) pp48-56
- Pattison N et al (2007) “After critical care: a study to explore patient experiences of a follow-up service.”Journal of Clinical Nursing 16 2122-2131
- Dolan S and Pattison N (2006) Nursing research at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust. Nursing Times 102(15):iii.
- Pattison N (2006) “Integration of palliative care and critical care at end of life” Chapter 13 in Woodward,S (ed) Neuroscience Nursing London: MA Healthcare
- Pattison N (2006) “A critical discourse analysis of end–of-life care in critical care in key UK critical care documents” Nursing in Critical Care 11 (4) :198-208
- Pattison N (2005) “Psychological implications of admission to critical care.” British Journal of Nursing 14(13) pp 708-714
- Pattison N (2004) “Integration of palliative care and critical care at end of life” British Journal of Nursing 13 (3) pp132-139