Richard Barnett

Title: Lecturer
Phone: 01782 734421
Email: r.j.barnett@keele.ac.uk
Location: MAC 1.28
Role: Head of Admissions
Academic Conduct Officer
Contacting me: Phone or email
Barnett Richard

Qualified as a physiotherapist in 1994 (University of Brighton)

Joined Keele as a lecturer in 2005

MSc Exercise Nutrition Science 2010

Member of the Restraint Advisory Board 2010-12 (MoJ, YJB)

Member of the Independent Restraint Advisory Panel 2012- current (MoJ, DfE)

Member of the Serious Injuries and Warning Signs Committee 2012-current (MoJ, YJB)

Member of the Expert Advisory Group “Positive and Proactive Care: reducing the need for restrictive interventions” 2013-14 (DoH, RCN)

Member of the Steering group overseeing research into Non-painful physical restraint 2014-current (YJB)

Member of NICE Guidelines Writing Group – Short term management of violence and aggression (published 2015) 

Member of the European Violence in Psychiatry Research Group (EViPRG) 

 

Physical Activity and Health

Physiology Related to Physical Restraint in Secure Settings

Barnett RJ, Stirling C, Hall J, Davies A, Orme P. Perceptions of supported and unsupported prone-restraint positions. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 2016 Apr;23(3-4):172-8. doi: 10.1111/jpm.12295.

Selected Publications

  • Barnett R, Stirling C, Hall J, Davies A, Orme P. 2016. Perceptions of supported and unsupported prone-restraint positions. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs, vol. 23(3-4), 172-178. link> doi>
  • Barnett RJ, Hanson P, Pandyan AD. 2012. The physiological impact of upper limb position in prone restraint. Medicine Science and the Law, 1-5. doi>
  • Barnett RJ, Stirling C, Pandyan AD. 2012. A review of the scientific literature related to the adverse impact of physical restraint: gaining a clearer understanding of the physiological factors involved in cases of restraint-related death. Medicine Science and the Law, 137-142. doi>

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Journal Articles

  • Barnett R, Stirling C, Hall J, Davies A, Orme P. 2016. Perceptions of supported and unsupported prone-restraint positions. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs, vol. 23(3-4), 172-178. link> doi>
  • Barnett RJ, Hanson P, Pandyan AD. 2012. The physiological impact of upper limb position in prone restraint. Medicine Science and the Law, 1-5. doi>
  • Barnett RJ, Stirling C, Pandyan AD. 2012. A review of the scientific literature related to the adverse impact of physical restraint: gaining a clearer understanding of the physiological factors involved in cases of restraint-related death. Medicine Science and the Law, 137-142. doi>

Anatomy Physiology and Movement Science

Applied Anatomy Physiology and Movement Science

Fundamentals of Physiotherapy Practice

Principles of Measurement

 

 

Health and Wellbeing 2

Health and Wellbeing Rehabilitation Science 2

Therapies 2a

Therapies 2b

 

 

Health and Wellbeing 3

Therapies 3

Evidence Based Health and Rehabilitation Science 3

 

 

Postgraduate: Physical Assessment for Pharmacists