Research Staff Profiles

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Ian Guy


Senior Lecturer Health Studies


MA, BA (Hons)



+64 7346 8913


Ian returned in 2015 for his second time at Waiariki, having previously been employed as a year two coordinator for the Bachelor of Nursing, and a lecturer on nursing research and child health for four years.

Originally from Scotland Ian has over 30 years’ experience working within the UK health sector, including six years at the University of Leeds where he was the leader of the Child Health teaching team before moving to New Zealand in 2001. Ian has also held senior positions within Lakes DHB and BOPDHB.

Ian currently teaches on the HLTH.8001 and HLTH.8002 courses in the Postgraduate Diploma in Management. He also supports master's students with their research projects.

Research Interests:

  • Health and social care policy and its effects on children and families
  • Supporting others to maximize their individual potential
  • The use of information technology and the WWW in supporting education
  • Assessing the educational support needs of International learners

Research Publications and Outputs:

  • Guy I (2001) Relationship-centred Care: What’s in a name?, British Journal of Nursing. 10(16): 1026.
  • Guy I (2000) Global Practice, Nursing Standard. 14 (45): 28.
  • Guy I. (1998) Equal opportunities, welfare and child health: a review, Journal of Child Health Care. 2(2): 76-9
  • Guy I. (1996) Comment. Has nursing sold its soul? A response to Professor Banks... an uncompromising view of nurse education, England 1995, Nurse Education Today. 16(1): 77.

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