Lecturer: RN, Dip Nursing Studies (CPIT), Cert. Adult Teaching (CPIT), BN (Massey), MHSc (Dist.)(Nursing)(Otago), PhD Cand.(Otago)
Henrietta’s research interests focus on health and ageing in the specialist field of intellectual disability and other vulnerable populations. Alongside of this is an attentiveness to the place of social models of disability, the role of health and disability services, families and whanau in supporting those with long term conditions. She is involved with research that is looking at the impact of the Christchurch earthquakes on both staff and students in tertiary education institutions. Henrietta is currently undertaking a PhD exploring the experience and expectations of people who are ageing with an intellectual disability in the context of their family and whanau.
Whitehead, L.C., Trip, H.T., Hale, L., & Conder, J. (2016). Negotiated autonomy in diabetes self-
management: The experiences of adults with intellectual disability and their support workers. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 60(4), 389-397. doi: 10.1111/jir.12257
Trip, H., Conder, J., Hale, L., & Whitehead, L. (2015). The role of key workers in supporting people
with intellectual disability in the self-management of their diabetes: A qualitative New Zealand
study. Health and Social Care in the Community (Online). doi: 10.1111/hsc.12262
Hale, L., Trip, H., Whitehead, L. & Conder, J. (2011). Self-management abilities of diabetes in people with
intellectual disability living in New Zealand. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, 8(4), 223-230.
Burrell, B. & Trip, H. (2011). Reform and community care: has de-institutionalization delivered for people with
intellectual disability? Nursing Inquiry, 18(2), 174-183.
Trip, H. (2014). Navigating the learning disability landscape. Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand, (20)9, 2.