Catherine Hayes

Catherine Hayes is Professor of Health Professions Pedagogy and Scholarship at the University of Sunderland, UK. She is a UK National Teaching Fellow and Principal Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. As a graduate of Podiatric Medicine in 1992, Catherine was a Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasgow) in 2012 and was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Podiatry (London) in 2010. She is currently Programme Leader of the University of Sunderland's Professional Doctorate pathways for the DBA, EdD, DPM and DProf.

Publications

Twenty-First Century Immersion Technologies in Health Professions Pedagogy
Catherine Hayes. © 2025. 19 pages.
This encyclopedia entry provides insight into the justification of pedagogy in the context of extended reality (XR), which itself encompasses virtual reality (VR), augmented...
Hermeneutical Injustice via Interpretive Harm: Epistemologies of Change for Structural Oppression in Africa
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 14 pages.
This chapter serves as a mechanism of recognizing and acknowledging the illegitimacy of historic and traditional Western approaches to narratives of African feminist...
Westernising African Feminist Epistemology: Doxastic Injustice or Hermeneutical Ignorance?
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 14 pages.
This chapter serves as a mechanism of recognising and acknowledging the illegitimacy of historic and traditional western approaches to narratives of African feminist...
Women and Crisis Management in Higher Education: Lessons in Leadership From a Global Pandemic
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 23 pages.
This chapter provides an insight into the challenges faced, specifically by women in relation to the agency they are afforded within the context of change management in crisis...
Social Sustainability via Critical Reflexivity: Strategic Gamification in Higher Education
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 19 pages.
Whilst individual efforts to achieve social sustainability are positive, the challenges it poses are such that without a collective, proactive, and collective approach...
Steering Transformative Workforce Leadership in Times of Crisis: The Case for Doctoral Education
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 33 pages.
This chapter of the book explores the potential for strategic organisational frameworks and applied methodological perspectives to aid workforce contexts in harnessing the...
Instructional Design at the Front Line: A Reflection on Epistemology and Meaning Making
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 25 pages.
The purpose of this chapter is to provide an illustrative pedagogical case study that demonstrates that the whole notion of epistemic transformation can be regarded as a means of...
The Predictive and the Inferential: Contexts of Unknown Future Workforce Leadership
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 33 pages.
This chapter provides a theoretical basis for the relevance of professional doctoral education as a mechanism of harnessing the transferable agency of those equipped...
Philosophy, Theory, and Praxis: Gamification Pedagogy in Global Higher Education
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 23 pages.
Pedagogical creativity is an opportunity to innovate, create agency, and raise awareness of critical commentary on issues that are often regarded as being central to the concepts...
Extending the Strategic Reach and Impact of Healthcare Professional CPD: Constructively Aligned and Theoretically Underpinned
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 22 pages.
This chapter provides a theoretical insight into the nature of continuing professional development within the health and medical professions. Ensuring the critical relevance and...
Perspective Transformation, Dialogic Feedback, and Epistemic Knowledge: A Case Study for the Pedagogical Justification of Knowledge Creation
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 18 pages.
Alongside an overview of knowledge in research-based practice, this chapter integrates a case study of doctoral education. The summation of the two provides an insight into how...
Picturing the Future by Framing the Past: Approaches to Contemporary CPD
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 22 pages.
The 21st century has seen the emergent need for continuing professional development (CPD) within the health and medical professions to address not only the individual needs of...
Cognition: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Western Truth and Reality
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 17 pages.
This chapter considers the concepts of truth alongside the art of representation and how mental and linguistic representation of knowledge is what encapsulates truth in practice....
For Better or for Worse?: Ethical Implications of Generative AI
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 17 pages.
This chapter explores how the social implications of AI are being posited, often sensationalized as a threat to humanity, rather than being framed in something humanly designed...
A New Paradigmatic Sufficiency: Pedagogical Principles of Extended Reality
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 27 pages.
This chapter explores the key epistemologies or ways of knowing, from a theoretical perspective, that can be used to ensure the level of authenticity necessary to highlight the...
Tales of the Unexpected: Post-Crisis Transformational Leadership
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 24 pages.
This chapter explores the potential for strategic organizational frameworks and applied methodological perspectives to aid workforce contexts in harnessing the transferable...
Post-Pandemic Agents and Culture Vultures: Women in Higher Education
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 25 pages.
The marginalization of women across the 21st century workforces remains a fundamental issue for address in terms of global economies where factors contributing to inequality and...
The Western Gaze and African Feminism: Twin Peaks in the Global Higher Education Workforce
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 20 pages.
This chapter serves as a mechanism of recognizing and acknowledging the illegitimacy of historic and traditional western approaches to narratives of African feminist...
Building Democratisation and Agency: The Adoption of Ethical AI Practice in Pedagogy
Catherine Hayes. © 2024. 19 pages.
The aims of this chapter are threefold, namely to consider global ethics and the impact that AI could potentially have in terms of increasing societal inequalities in terms of...
Promoting Cultural Competence, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice in Higher Education With Ludic Pedagogies: The Establishment of Authentic Meaning Making
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 17 pages.
Pedagogical creativity is an opportunity to innovate, create agency, and raise awareness of critical commentary on issues which are often regarded as being central to the...
Driving Agentic Empowerment With Metatheory: Global Transformation or Global Tokenism in Higher Education?
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 18 pages.
Making meaning from experience belies all approaches to the facilitation of transformative learning in practice. This chapter provides an insight into how this process of...
Multimorbidity, Ageing, and Frailty: Processes of Senescence and the Pathologies of Progressive Functional Decline in Ambulation
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 26 pages.
Being able to theoretically underpin the gerontology of ageing is a fundamental part of designing and constructing bespoke research and care interventions for the exploration of...
Ambulatory Wellbeing: Perspectives on Senescence in Gerontology
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 21 pages.
Being able to theoretically underpin the gerontology of ageing is a fundamental part of designing and constructing bespoke research and care interventions for the exploration of...
Change Agency in Global Higher Education: Operationalising Inclusion and Diversity Through Strategic Curriculum Development
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 24 pages.
Being able to operationalize the concepts of inclusion and diversity is now an integral part of change integration and management in UK higher education institutes. With emphasis...
Unleashed, Harnessed, and Empowered: The Potential of Women in the Change Management and Leadership of Crises
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 19 pages.
This chapter provides an insight into the challenges faced specifically by women in relation to the agency they are afforded within the context of change management in crisis...
Praxes of Transformational Creativity: Artificial Intelligence as a Pedagogical Change Agent
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 20 pages.
This chapter provides an insight into the justification of pedagogical principles within the contexts of extended reality. The global COVID-19 pandemic served to exacerbate the...
Phenomenology as Philosophy and Methodology: Husserl and Heidegger for the Uninitiated
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 18 pages.
This chapter provides an insight into the origins and traditions of phenomenology as both philosophy and methodology. Emphasis is placed in the earlier parts of the chapter on...
Progressive Pedagogy for Extended Reality: Shaping and Facilitating the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 26 pages.
This chapter provides an insight into the theoretical perspectives which form the foundation of extended reality (XR) and its emergence in practice as a fundamental part of...
The Strategic Address of Marginalisation in Higher Education: Pedagogical Approaches to the Integration of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 23 pages.
Pedagogical creativity is an opportunity to innovate, create agency, and raise awareness of critical commentary on issues that are often regarded as being central to the concepts...
Surviving the Hive in Global Crisis?: The Queen Bee Phenomenon in Higher Education
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 24 pages.
The metaphorical concept of the ‘Queen Bee' now transcends situational contexts to such an extent that it has become a universal focus for both contexts of research and...
Organisational Philosophy and Culture: Human Capital as Pivot, Women as Fulcrum
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 26 pages.
This chapter considers the ongoing issues faced in relation to gender discrimination and change in relation to global recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. A theoretical approach...
Hyperbole or Hypothetical?: Ethics for AI in the Future of Applied Pedagogy
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 18 pages.
Debates and sensationalized presentations of artificial intelligence (AI) across the media and in scientific and industrial contexts have shaped public perception of its...
Toxic Femininity in Higher Education: Academia's Sting in the Tail – The Queen Bee
Catherine Hayes. © 2023. 19 pages.
The metaphorical concept of the ‘Queen Bee' now transcends situational contexts to such an extent that it has become a universal focus for both contexts of research and...
Supporting and Facilitating Pedagogical Creativity With Gamification: Democracy, Agency, and Choice
Catherine Hayes. © 2022. 17 pages.
Pedagogical creativity is an opportunity to innovate, create agency, and raise awareness of critical commentary on issues which are often regarded as being central to the...
Phenomenology: Conceptually Framing Phenomenological Research Design and Methodology
Catherine Hayes, Yitka N. H. Graham. © 2022. 23 pages.
This chapter provides an insight into the origins and traditions of phenomenology as both philosophy and methodology. Emphasis is placed in the earlier parts of the chapter on...
Methodology and Method in Case Study Research: Framing Research Design in Practice
Catherine Hayes. © 2022. 17 pages.
It is the situational specificity or context of qualitative research that ensures the case study remains a methodological approach, inherently valuable in practice-based...
A Pedagogical Paradigm Shift: Prospective Epistemologies of Extended Reality in Health Professions Education
Catherine Hayes. © 2022. 20 pages.
This chapter provides an insight into the theoretical perspectives which form the foundation of extended reality (XR) and its emergence in practice as a fundamental part of...
Twin Contributors to the Physiology of Ambulatory Wellbeing and Falls Prevention in Ageing Populations: Functional Senescence and Abnormal Pathological Change
Catherine Hayes. © 2022. 20 pages.
Being able to theoretically underpin the gerontology of ageing is a fundamental part of designing and constructing bespoke research and care interventions for the exploration of...
Interdisciplinary Professional Doctoral Education: Translational Research for Allied Health Professionals
Catherine Hayes, Ian Corrie. © 2022. 21 pages.
Interdisciplinary professional doctoral pathways and their associated learning trajectories are now a recognised mechanism of operationalising translational research from the...
Understanding Female Mid-Career Professional Trajectories in Higher Education: The Triad of Pedagogy, Research, and Knowledge Exchange
Catherine Hayes, Yitka N. H. Graham. © 2022. 23 pages.
This chapter provides an insight into the trinity of pedagogy, research, and knowledge exchange, which now characterises all strategic and operational levels of United Kingdom...
“Seven Cloaks on Campus”: The Autoethnographic Account of a Female Professor in UK Higher Education
Catherine Hayes. © 2022. 25 pages.
Using the metaphorical wearing of academic cloaks, this chapter centers on an autoethnographic account of a UK female professor. The narrative account illuminates the ways in...
Interdisciplinary Doctoral Education and Strategic Management in Crises: Harnessing Agency With Praxis
Catherine Hayes, Ian Corrie. © 2022. 26 pages.
Interdisciplinary working within and between different professions is now commonplace, with the transferability of knowledge across situated contexts of implementation. Education...
Ludic Approaches to Teaching and Learning: Facilitating the Emotional Self at Work in Higher Education
Catherine Hayes. © 2021. 19 pages.
Ludic approaches to the everyday tasks faced in higher education have become a receptacle for individuality, creativity, and the acknowledgement of the value of individual...
Characteristic and Agentic Qualities of Women Leaders Amidst Global Crises: Lessons for Higher Education
Catherine Hayes, Ian Corrie, Yitka Graham, Gillian M. M. Crane-Kramer, Toby Rowland. © 2021. 21 pages.
This chapter serves to deconstruct the characteristic and agentic qualities of women leaders amidst global crises, which are also reflected in the traits of women managing in...
Driving Insights via Processes of Socioemotional Being and Becoming
Catherine Hayes, Ian Corrie, Toby Lloyd Rowland. © 2021. 17 pages.
Being able to transcend disciplinarity in the development of effective strategies for the communication of insights in business is pivotal to progressive development and dynamic...
Twin Contributors to the Physiology of Ambulatory Wellbeing and Falls Prevention in Ageing Populations: Functional Senescence and Abnormal Pathological Change
Catherine Hayes. © 2021. 20 pages.
Being able to theoretically underpin the gerontology of ageing is a fundamental part of designing and constructing bespoke research and care interventions for the exploration of...
Learner-Centred Pedagogy Framing Authentic Identity and Positionality in Higher Education
Catherine Hayes, Ian Corrie. © 2020. 19 pages.
This chapter examines the interrelationship between the learner and their authentic identity in the context of learning. This necessitates the delineation of where personhood...
Adapting the RE-AIM Framework to Evaluate the Impact of a Multi-Disciplinary Patient Care Transfer Pathway
Catherine Hayes, Yitka Graham. © 2020. 14 pages.
This article reports on the use of a RE-AIM (reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance) framework hybrid adaptation as a methodological approach to the...
Reconceptualizing Medical Curriculum Design in Strategic Clinical Leadership Training for the 21st Century Physician
Catherine Hayes, Kim Hinshaw, Kevin Petrie. © 2019. 17 pages.
This chapter provides an insight into the value of tacit knowledge and how this contributes directly to the concept of human factors in the context of multi-disciplinary...