Dr Jacquie Kidd
BN, MN, PhD
He mihinui mahana ki a koe. No Nga Puhi ahau. Ko Ngati Hineira raua ko Te Uri Taniwha oku hapu.
I live and work in Hamilton, teaching mental health nursing to post graduate nurses and working on a really interesting variety of research projects! I am currently working on mental health, prostate cancer, breast cancer and Kooti Rangatahi areas.
My programme of research and scholarly activity focuses broadly on social justice in health care, but a key part of my research practice includes assisting mental health service users to develop and sustain research capacity.
Research methodologies include autoethnography, and arts-based, creative research practices such as short stories and poetry.
Tena koe, tena koe, tena ra tatou.
- PhD - University of Auckland Nursing 2008
- Master of Nursing - Otago Polytechnic Nursing 2002
- Bachelor of Nursing - Otago Polytechnic Nursing 1998
- Diploma of Nursing - Hawke’s Bay Polytechnic Nursing 1990
Research | Current
- Mental health
- Maori health
- Mad Studies
- arts-based research
Teaching | Current
NESP Midlands region - postgraduate certificate for nurses who are new to mental health nursing
Dean's List for PhD thesis, 2008
- Postgraduate Advisor for Waikato Clinical Campus
- Co-ordinator of Midlands region mental health nursing advisory group
Areas of expertise
Health literacy, mental health nursing, Maori health, autoethnography, creative research approaches
Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Sheridan, N. F., Kenealy, T. W., Kidd, J. D., Schmidt-Busby, J. I. G., Hand, J. E., Raphael, D. L., ... Rea, H. H. (2015). Patients' engagement in primary care: powerlessness and compounding jeopardy. A qualitative study. Health Expect, 18 (1), 32-43. 10.1111/hex.12006
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Harold Rea, Timothy Kenealy, Ann McKillop, Deborah Raphael
- Kidd, J., & Finlayson, M. P. (2015). She pushed me, and I flew: A duoethnographical story from supervisors in flight. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 16 (1)
- Kidd, J. D., Gibbons, V., Kara, E., Blundell, R., & Berryman, K. (2013). Oranga tāne māori: a whānau ora journey of māori men with chronic illness. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 9 (2), 125-141. Related URL.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Veronique Gibbons
- Kidd, J. D., & Finlayson, M. P. (2010). Mental illness in the nursing workplace: a collective autoethnography. Contemporary Nurse, 36 (1-2), 21-33. 10.5172/conu.2010.36.1-2.021
- Kidd, J., & Finlayson, M. (2009). When Needs Must Interpreting Autoethnographical Stories. QUALITATIVE INQUIRY, 15 (6), 980-995. 10.1177/1077800409334200