Faculty of Health and Social Care

Professor Mark Hayter

PhD, RN, MMed. Sci, BA (Hons) Cert. Ed, FAAN

Prof Mark Hayter

Head of Department of Nursing

Professor of Sexual and Reproductive Health

Faculty of Health and Social Care

  • Profile
  • Teaching
  • Research
  • Key Publications

Profile

Professor Mark Hayter is Chair in Sexual and Reproductive Health in the Faculty of Health and Social Care at the University of Hull. He qualified as a nurse in 1987 and after working in several clinical roles he joined the Sheffield School of Nursing in 1991. Mark’s Bachelors Degree is in the Social Dimensions of Health and he holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Nursing. His PhD, a sociological analysis of family planning consultations, was awarded in 2004 from the University of Sheffield. From 1995 to 2012 Mark has held academic positions in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Sheffield, most recently as Reader in Nursing. He joined the University of Hull in 2012.

Journal of Advanced Nursing

Mark is Honorary Professor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and has extensive academic contacts in Asia, Australia, the Middle East and the United States. Mark is an Editor of the  Journal of Advanced Nursing  and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of School Nursing and the Journal of Nursing Interventions. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and the European Academy of Nursing Science. Mark has also served on numerous international scientific committees including the Royal College of Nursing International research conference 2010 & 2012, International School Nurse Conference 2011 and the World association of Sexology conference 2011. He is also Research Tutor for the internationally renowned ‘Porterbrook’ sex and relationship therapy clinic.

Mark has a keen interest in Professional standards and Nursing and Midwifery regulation and serves on the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Fitness to Practice Investigating Committee.

Teaching

Mark has teaching input into the sexual health programmes at Hull. He also lectures on research methods units and teaches Fitness to Practice on the Faculties numerous Professional Registration programmes.

Postgraduate supervision
Mark is an experienced PhD supervisor and welcomes applications from students wishing to conduct research using qualitative or mixed methods approaches in all strands of sexual & reproductive health, adolescent health, sociological research into nursing/midwifery practice and School Nursing.

Research

Mark has been closely involved in sexual and reproductive health research and practice for over 20 years and has published extensively – with over 50 papers in peer review journals. He has also presented over 60 papers at national and international conferences. Mark’s research includes national and international collaborations including EU and UK Department of Health projects on a variety of sexual health topics. Mark’s current research includes an NIHR ‘Research for Patient Benefit’ grant to study the prevention of repeat unplanned pregnancy in new teenage mothers. He is also involved in Sex education and School nursing research in Taiwan, Egypt and Hong Kong.

Mark’s research has three closely linked strands. Firstly work in family planning clinics has provided new and unique insights into nursing practice both in terms of clinical work and medical sociology. Also sociological work into contraceptive counselling was the first of its kind internationally. Secondly, HIV research focuses upon staff reactions to HIV – including work on confidentiality, stigma and stress. The third strand explores sex education and sexual health services in various care settings – particularly adolescent sexual health services in primary care, School based sexual health and mental health environments.

Mark is also active researcher in the area of psycho-sexual health. Mark specialises in qualitative research methods and has a particular interest in Grounded Theory, but is also experienced in phenomenological, case study and ethnographic work

Key Publications

Chang, YT, Hayter, M, Lin, ML (2014) Chinese Adolescents’ Attitudes Towards Sexual Relationships and Premarital Sex Implications for Promoting Sexual Health, Journal of School Nursing, published online, doi: 10.1177/1059840514520996

Shu, SH,  Lee, YL  Wang, RH, Hayter, M (2014)  Efficacy of swaddling and heel-warming on pain response to heel stick in neonates: a randomized control trial, Journal of Clinical Nursing, published online, 2014 doi: 10.1111/jocn.12549

Farrag, S, Hayter, M (2014) A qualitative study of Egyptian School Nurses’ attitudes and experiences towards sex and relationship education, Journal of School Nursing, 30, 1, 49-56

Lee, R, Hayter, M (2014) The effect of a structured adolescent health summer programme: a quasi-experimental intervention, International Nursing Review, published online: 30 DEC 2013, DOI: 10.1111/inr.12081

Jones, CG, Jomeen, J, Hayter, M (2013) The impact of peer support in the context of perinatal mental illness: A meta-ethnography, Midwifery,

Whitfield C, Jomeen J, Hayter M (2013) Sexual Health information seeking practices: a survey of adolescent practices, Journal of Clinical Nursing, published online:  2013 DOI: 10.1111/jocn.12192

Choo, J, Watson, R, Hayter, M (2013)  The effectiveness of nutritional intervention(s) and the treatment of pressure ulcers - a systematic literature review, International Journal of Nursing Practice, 19, 19-27

Kuo, YL, Chen, SW, Hayter, M, Hus WH, Chang, M, Huang, SF, Chang, SC (2013) Exercise engagement in people with prediabetes: a qualitative study, Journal of Clinical Nursing, published online: 12 DEC 2013, DOI: 10.1111/jocn.12424

Chen, D, Shih, FJ, Hayter, M (2013) Experiences of living with Myasthenia Gravis: a qualitative study with Taiwanese people, Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 45, 2, 3-10

Cutler, L, Hayter, M & Ryan, T, (2013), 'A critical review and synthesis of qualitative research on patient experiences of critical illness', Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, vol. 17, no. 2, p. 855.

Kaladeh, M, Watson R, Hayter M (2012) A review of current nursing practice and evidence-based guidelines in enteral nutrition in the critically ill patients European Scientific Journal, 8, 30

Lo,SF, Hayter M, Hu, WY (2012) symptom burden and quality of life in patients with malignant fungating wounds, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68, 6, 1312–1321,

Newbury R, Wylie K, Hayter M, Riddell M (2012) Sexual fantasy as a clinical intervention, Sexual and Relationship Therapy, ifirst article, 1-14

Loke A, Yu PL, Hayter M (2012) Experiences of sub-fertility among Chinese couples in Hong Kong: a qualitative study, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21, 3-4: 504-512

Hayter, M, Owen J, Cooke J (2012) Developing and establishing school based sexual health services: implications for school nursing practice, Journal of School Nursing, published online April 2012, 10598440512444317

Robbins-Cherry, S, Hayter, M, Wylie, K, Goldmeir, D (2011) Experience of inhibited ejaculation: a qualitative study, Sex and Relationship Therapy, iFirst, 1-12

Formby, E., Hirst, J., Owen, J. and Hayter, M. (2011) Barriers to the delivery of school-linked sexual health services in the UK: The influence of societal and school views on young people's sexual health, Journal of Sexual Medicine, 8 (s3).

Wood W, Watson R, Hayter M (2011) To what extent are Christian clergy acting as frontline mental health workers? A study from the North of England, Mental Health, Religion and Culture 14, 769-783

Lo, SF, Wang YT, Wue LU, Hsu MY Chang SC, Hayter M (2011) The effectiveness of a multimedia learning education program in promoting self-care behaviours with stoma patients Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67, 1: 68-76

Hayter, M (2011) School linked Sexual Health Services for Young People, Connections, Royal College of Nursing Australia, 14, 3: 22-23.

Chang YT, Hayter, M, Lin ML (2011) Pubescent male students’ attitudes towards menstruation in Taiwan: implications for reproductive health education and school nursing practice, Journal of Clinical Nursing, published online: 25 FEB 2011, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.03700.x

Chang YT, Hayter M (2011) Experiences of grand-parent parenting in aboriginal communities in Taiwan, Journal of Family Nursing, 17: 202-223

Hayter, M (2011) Involving service users in the development and evaluation of health care  and services – good practice and the need for a research agenda, Contemporary Nurse, 40, 1: 91-93

Chang, LJ, Lo, SF, Hayter M (2011) Drinking Behaviors: The Life Narratives of Indigenous Bunun Women in Taiwan, Journal of Nursing Research, 19, 2: 83-93

Owen J, , Cooke J, Formby E, Hayter M, Stapleton, H (2011) Selling It as a Holistic Health Provision and Not Just about Condoms..." Sexual Health Services in School Settings: Current Models and Their Relationship with Sex and Relationships Education Policy and Provision, Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 10, 4: 423-435

Owen J, Carroll C, Cooke J, Formby E, Hayter M, et al (2010). School-linked sexual health services for young people (SSHYP): a survey and systematic review concerning current models, effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and research opportunities, Health Technology Assessment; 14 (30).

Daughtry, J, Hayter, M (2010) A qualitative study of practice nurses’ prescribing experiences, Practice Nursing, 21, 5: 1-5

Chang, YT, Hayter M, Lin, ML (2010) Experiences of Sexual Harassment Among Elementary School Students in Taiwan: Implications for School Nurses, Journal of School Nursing, 26 2: 147-155

Lo, SF, Wang YT, Wu, LY, Hsu, MY, Chang, SC, Hayter M (2010) Cost effectiveness analysis of multi-media learning education programs for stoma patients, Journal of Clinical Nursing.

Lo, S.F, Wen, Y.H, Hayter, M, (2010) The effectiveness of multimedia learning education programs on knowledge, anxiety and pressure garment compliance in patients undergoing burns rehabilitation in Taiwan: an experimental study, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19 1: 129-137

Cox, A, Hayter M, Ruane J (2010) Alternative approaches to ‘enhanced observations’ in acute inpatient mental health care: a review of the literature" Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 17, 2 162-171

Chang, YT, Hayter, M (2010) Experiences of the Menarche: a Systematic Review and Meta Ethnography of the Qualitative Literature, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19, 447-460

Fitter, J, Hayter, M, Wylie, K (2009) What factors influence couples to seek help for sex and relationship difficulties from a primary care professional, Sexual and Relationship Therapy,1-14

Hayter, M (2009) The structure of contraceptive education and instruction within nurse led family planning clinics: a grounded theory study, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18: 2656-2667

Chang YT, Chen, YC, Hayter, M Lin ML (2009) Menstrual and Menarche Experience among Pubescent Female Students in Taiwan: implications for health education and promotion practice, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18: 2040-2048

Sutherland, D, Hayter M (2009) Evaluating the effectiveness of nurse case managers in improving health outcomes in 3 major chronic diseases: a structured review of the literature, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18, 2978–2992

Piercy H, Hayter, M (2009) Effective sex education in primary schools, British Journal of School Nursing, 4, 4: 130-134

Lo, S.F, Chan, CJ, Hu, WH, Hayter, M, Chang, YT, (2009) The effectiveness of silver-releasing dressings in the management of non-healing chronic wounds: a meta analysis, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18: 716-728

Ma, WF, Shih, FJ, Hsiao, SM, Shih, SN, Hayter, M ( 2009) Different Care Outcomes for Borderline Personality Disorder Patients in Taiwan, Journal of Clinical Nursing,18: 440-450

Harris, D, Hayter, M, Allender S (2008) Improving the uptake of pulmonary rehabilitation in patients with COPD: a qualitative study of experiences and attitudes, British Journal of General Practice, 58, 703-710

Hayter, M, Harrison C, (2008) Gendered attitudes towards sexual relationships among adolescents attending nurse led sexual health clinics in England: a qualitative study, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17, 2963-2971

Harris, D, Hayter, M, Allender, S (2008) Health professionals’ views on providing pulmonary rehabilitation in primary care, Primary Health Care Research and Development, 9: 280-290

Lo, S.F, Wen, Y.H, Hayter, M, Shu, C.C, Mei, YH (2008) Experiences of living with a malignant fungating wound: a qualitative study, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17, 20, 2699-2708

Hayter, M, Piercy, H, Massey, M.T, Gregory, T (2008) School Nurses and sex education: surveillance and disciplinary practices in primary schools in England, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 61,3, 273-281

Ruane, JA, Hayter M (2008) Nurses’ attitudes towards sexual relationships between patients in high security psychiatric hospitals in England: An exploratory qualitative study, International Journal of Nursing Studies, 45, 1731-1741

Lo, S.F, Hayter, M, Chang, CJ, Hu, WH, Lee, LL (2008) A systematic review of silver releasing dressings in the management of infected chronic wounds, Journal of Clinical Nursing 17; 1973-1985.

Hayter M (2008) Developing research skills through Doctoral education: a traditional PhD or a Professional Doctorate? HIV Nursing, April 2008: 1-4.

Piercy, H, Hayter, M (2007) School nurse management of children’s questions when they are involved in primary school sex education; an exploratory study, Primary Health Care Research and Development 9:75-84

Hayter, M., (2007) Discursive practices in contraceptive prescribing: an analysis using Foucault’s ‘procedures of exclusion’ Journal of Advanced Nursing 58 (4) 358-367.

Hayter, M., (2006) Productive power and the ‘practices of the self’ in contraceptive counseling, Nursing Inquiry, 13 (1) 33-43

Archer, J Hayter, M, (2006) Screening men for prostate cancer in General Practice: experiences of men receiving an equivocal PSA (prostate specific antigen) test result, Primary Health Care Research and Development, 7, 1-11

Hayter M (2005) The social construction of ‘reproductive vulnerability’ in family planning clinics, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 51, 1: 46-54.

Hayter, M (2005) Reaching marginalized young people through sexual health nursing outreach clinics: Evaluating service use and the views of service users, Public Health Nursing, 4, 22: 339-346.

Hayter M (2003) Knowledge and attitudes of nurses in Sexual Health clinics in the United Kingdom towards post sexual exposure prophylaxis for HIV infection, Public Health Nursing, 21, 1: 66-72

Hayter M (2000) Utilizing the Maslach Burnout Inventory to measure burnout in HIV/AIDS specialist community nurses: the implications for support and supervision, Primary Health Care Research and Development, 1: 243-253.

Hayter M (1999) Stress and Burnout in AIDS care nurses working in home care settings, Journal of the European Association of Nurses in AIDS care, March, 4: 2-4.

Hayter, M (1999) Prophylaxis to combat HIV infection after sexual exposure, Nursing Times, 95, 23: 63-65.

Hayter M (1999) Burnout and AIDS care related factors in HIV community nurse specialists, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 29: 984-993.

Hayter M (1997) AIDS and confidentiality, and analysis of the legal and professional issues, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 25: 1162-1166.

Hayter M (1996) Can Nurses deliver non-Judgmental care in the context of patients’ sexuality?  Journal of Advanced Nursing, 24: 662-666.

Hayter M (1992) Nurses and AIDS Care: European perspectives, British Journal of Nursing, 1, 9: 473-475.

 

5.6.4 EDITORIALS, COMMENTARIES AND REVIEWS

Cleary,M, Horsfall,J Hayter,M (2014) Data collection and sampling in qualitative research: does size matter? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 70 (3), 473-475

Cleary,M, Horsfall,J, Hayter,M (2014) Qualitative research: quality results?
Journal of Advanced Nursing, published online DOI: 10.1111/jan.12172

Hayter, M, Watson R (2014) Writing locally, publishing globally: making papers ‘international’, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 70, 1, e1-e2.

Hayter, M, Noyes, J, Perry, L, Pickler, R, Watson, R (2013) Who writes, whose rights and who’s right: issues in authorship, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69, 12, 2599-2601

Hayter, M, Watson R (2014) Writing locally, publishing globally: making papers ‘international’, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 70, 1, e1-e2.

Hayter, M, Noyes, J, Perry, L, Pickler, R, Watson, R (2013) Who writes, whose rights and who’s right: issues in authorship, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69, 12, 2599-2601

Hayter, M (2013) The UK Francis Report: the key messages for nursing, Journal of Advanced Nursing 69 (8), e1-e3

Watson, R, Hayter M (2013) Opinion: ‘Similarity’ breeds contempt, so why not stop it in its tracks? Times Higher Education, April, 26-27

Jones, C, Hayter, M (2013) Editorial: Social media use by nurses and midwives: a ‘recipe for disaster’ or a ‘force for good’? Journal of Clinical Nursing 22, 11-12, 1495–1496

Hayter, M, Haigh, C, Jackson, D (2013) Editorial: Representations of sexuality: a snapshot of scholarship in the Journal of Clinical Nursing, in press.

Watson, R, Hayter M (2013) Opinion: ‘Similarity’ breeds contempt, so why not stop it in its tracks? Times Higher Education, April, 26-27

Jones, C, Hayter, M (2013) Editorial: Social media use by nurses and midwives: a ‘recipe for disaster’ or a ‘force for good’?Journal of Clinical Nursing 22, 11-12, 1495–1496

Hayter, M, Haigh, C, Jackson, D (2013) Editorial: Representations of sexuality: a snapshot of scholarship in the Journal of Clinical Nursing, Journal of Clinical Nursing, in press.

Noyes, J, Hayter M (2013) Editorial: Systematic reviews: an important anniversary, new reporting standards, and potential greater impact, Journal of Advanced Nursing, in press

Hayter, M Jackson, D Carter, B, Nyamathi A (2012) Editorial: The Three Developmental Phases of Addressing Sexuality in Nursing Care: Where do we go from here? Contemporary Nurse 42 (2)

Jackson, Hayter, M, D Carter, B, Nyamathi A (2012) Revisiting the concept of vulnerability: recognising strength and resilience in the context of risk and susceptibility. Contemporary Nurse, 42 (2): 142-144

Cross, W Hayter, M, Jackson, D, Cleary, M (2011) Editorial: Meeting the health care needs associated with poverty, homelessness and social exclusion: the need for an inter-professional approach, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21 (7‐8), 907-908

Haigh, C, Hayter, M, Jackson, D, Watson, R (2010) Editorial: How many roads? Building and sustaining collaborative relationships in an increasingly global environment, Journal of Clinical Nursing 19 (19‐20), 2671-2672

Hayter, M Jackson, D Carter, B, Nyamathi A (2012) Editorial: The Three Developmental Phases of Addressing Sexuality in Nursing Care: Where do we go from here? Contemporary Nurse 42 (2)

Jackson, Hayter, M, D Carter, B, Nyamathi A(2012) Revisiting the concept of vulnerability: recognising strength and resilience in the context of risk and susceptibility. Contemporary Nurse, 42 (2): 142-144

Cross, W Hayter, M, Jackson, D, Cleary, M (2011) Editorial: Meeting the health care needs associated with poverty, homelessness and social exclusion: the need for an inter-professional approach, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21 (7‐8), 907-908

Haigh, C, Hayter, M, Jackson, D, Watson, R (2010) Editorial: How many roads? Building and sustaining collaborative relationships in an increasingly global environment, Journal of clinical nursing 19 (19‐20), 2671-2672

Hayter, M (2010) Commentary on Cross, W (2009) Editorial: Working with children and families, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19: 1178-1178

Hayter, M (2010) Editorial: Researching sensitive issues, Journal of Clinical Nursing 19 (15‐16), 2079-2080

Hayter, M (2010) Commentary on Helseth S & Misvaer N (2009) Adolescents’ perceptions of quality of life: what it is and what matters, Journal of Clinical Nursing 19 (9‐10), 1479-1480

Hayter, M (2010) Editorial: Researching sensitive issues, Journal of Clinical Nursing 19 (15‐16), 2079-2080

Hayter, M (2010) Commentary on Helseth S & Misvaer N (2009) Adolescents’ perceptions of quality of life: what it is and what matters, 2Journal of Clinical Nursing19 (9‐10), 1479-1480

Hayter, M Commentary on Hutton (2008) An adolescent ward in name only, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17, 3245-3258

Hayter, M Commentary on Ayaz S and Kubilay G (2008) Effectiveness of the PLISSIT model for solving the sexual problems of patients with stomas. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17: 3252-3256

Nolan, M, Ingleton, C, Hayter, M (2008) The research Excellence Framework (REF): a major impediment to free and informed debate? Editorial, International Journal of Nursing Studies, 45, 487-488

Hayter, M Commentary on Wang, RH, Cheng, CP, Chou FH (2009) A causal model of contraception intention and its gender comparison amongst Taiwanese sexually inexperienced adolescents, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17,930-913

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