Dr Robert Priharjo

Senior Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Department:School of Nursing & Midwifery

Location: Peterborough (Guild House)

Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery

Robert Priharjo joined Anglia Ruskin University as a Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing in 2007. He's also Module Leader for Management of the Person with Diabetes and Course Leader for MSc in Diabetes Care. He's a visiting Professor at the School of Nursing, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He's also a reviewer for the Journal of Mixed Methods.

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robert.priharjo@anglia.ac.uk

Background

Robert was previously a lecturer at the Homerton School of Health Studies/Homerton College Cambridge. He practiced nursing in the UK (Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh Infirmary), taught nursing in Indonesia and practiced nursing in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada (Lambton College).

Research interests

  • Diabetes nursing
  • Interpersonal skills in nursing particularly nurse-patient consultation
  • Psychosocial aspects of diabetes/chronic illnesses
  • Mixed methods

Areas of research supervision

  • Diabetes care
  • Mixed methods and conversation analysis

Teaching

  • Understanding diabetes
  • Preparation for professional practice
  • Management of the person with diabetes
  • MSc Diabetes care
  • Undergraduate major project

Qualifications

  • Teaching Certificate (University of Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
  • Certificate of Medical Surgical Nursing (Lambton College, Ontario, Canada)
  • Registered Nurse (NMC, UK)
  • Nurse Lecturer/Practice Educator (NMC, UK)
  • Certificate of Medical Surgical Nursing (Lambton College, Ontario, Canada)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Anglia Ruskin University)

Memberships, editorial boards

  • Nursing & Midwifery Council
  • Higher Education Academy
  • Diabetes UK
  • Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes (PSAD) Study Group/ an official Study Group of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD)
  • Journal of Mixed Methods

Selected recent publications

Priharjo, R. (2012). A range of diabetes, higher education and advanced diabetes nursing practice topics presented for the members of AINEC (Association of Indonesian Nurse Education Centre) in Indonesia in May/June 2012.

Priharjo, R. (2012). Investigation of elements of empathy within nurse patient diabetes consultation (oral presentation). PSAD (Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes) Study Group of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD). Ljubljana, Slovenia, 20th -22nd April.

Priharjo, R., McVicar, A. and Smith, J. (2012). Patients' views on nurse-patient diabetes consultations in a community care setting consultations in a community care setting. Diabetic Medicine, 29 (s1), pp.178-187.

Priharjo, R., McVicar, A. and Smith, J. (2012). The first phase of a sequential design to explore patients' and nurses' experiences of diabetes consultation (oral presentation). 7th International Mixed Methods Conference. Leeds, 29 June

Priharjo, R., McVicar and Smith, J., Nixon, G. (2011). An investigation into patients and nurses experiences of diabetes consultation. Diabetic Medicine 28 (suppl.1): 109.

Priharjo, R. and Hoy, G. (2011). The use of peer teaching to enhance clinical skills in nursing education. Nursing Standard, 25(20), pp. 40-43.

Priharjo, R. and Birdsall, T. (2010). Improving the diabetes knowledge of nurses and unregistered medical practitioners. Journal of Diabetes Nursing 14 (1), pp.25-29.

Priharjo, R. (2008). Professional nursing practice, 2nd ed., Jakarta: EGC ISBN 978-979-448-924-6

Priharjo, R. (2007). Physical assessment for nurses (Pengkajian fisik keperawatan), 2nd ed., Jakarta: EGC ISBN 979-448-799-6

Recent presentations and conferences

Priharjo, R. (2014). A range of diabetes, higher education and advanced diabetes nursing practice topics presented at the School of Nursing, Gadjah Mada University Indonesia and their affiliated institutions.

Priharjo, R. and Smith, J., Positive attitudes towards diabetes in the young and older generation (PADYOG): A comparative study of the attitudes of young and elderly people living with diabetes. The 19th PSAD Spring Meeting, Santpoort, the Netherlands