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Mr Eddy Hyde

Profile summary

Professional biography

Eddy has around 20 years clinical experience as a learning disability nurse mainly working with people who have experienced complex or challenging behaviours.


He is also qualified as a mental health nurse, holds an NMC Teaching registration and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).


He has been an academic for around 7 years working as a lecturer within learning disability and mental health programmes at pre-reg and post-reg level. 


Research interests

Current research: Undertaking a Professional Doctorate exploring the lived experience of people with a learning disability who have attempted suicide.


Previous research: Masters degree (MRes) exploring student nurses expectation of support when entering inpatient services for people with learning disabilities who may exhibit aggressive behaviours.


Previous publications: ‘Welfare states’ in Learning Disability Practice – comparing welfare states across England Ireland and Denmark and how their different approaches enable or challenge community living for people with a learning disability.


Upcoming publications: Poster presentation of Professional Doctorate Literature review at Positive Choices 2023 Edge Hill University.