Staff Profiles


Mrs Julia Winter

Principal Lecturer Quality Assurance

Department of Nursing

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

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Julia has worked in nurse education since 1993, holding posts in both London and Oxford, with responsibility for both pre and post registration programme management.

Clinical background: General children’s medicine, surgery, orthopaedics and respiratory.

Currently Principal Lecturer Quality Assurance with responsibility for:

  • leading, managing and reviewing activity which enhances the student experience
  • support to  the process of approval and quality assurance of programmes within the Faculty
  • liaison with  health and social care professional  and regulatory bodies  to  inform programme management and secure and retain accreditation
  • member of the Children's Nursing programme team

Additional responsibilities include:

  • working with  colleagues within the Faculty  responding to University strategy around  quality  assurance and student experience
  • supporting the development   of and  engagement with wider university  strategy and  regulations
  • support  the development and delivery of  collaborative programmes
  • oversee annual  review processes  
  • support external quality assurance  of  faculty provision
  • support aspects of external engagement  and student recruitment
  • contribution to   children's nursing  taught curriculum , including  acute care and field consolidation module 
  • dissertation supervision
  • assessment and progression management
  • academic advisor
  • link lecturer

 

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • RCN
  • NMC

Teaching

  • Clinical and professional skills
  • Legal and ethical issues
  • Professional concepts
  • Management concepts and theory

Teaching/Research interests

  • Peer  supported  transition 

Selected Publications

Chapters in books

  • Caring for Children with Gastrointestinal Problems in Glasper A. and Richardson,J. eds.(2010) A Textbook of Children's Nursing, Elsevier, Edingburgh.

Peer reviewed papers (Conference)

  • April 2015

Brookes Teaching and Learning Conference  “Supporting disciplinary focused academic transition “

  • Feb 2016 

     HEA Conference: Supporting disciplinary focused academic and professional transition through student peer teaching.

  • March 2016 RCN

     Education conference: Supporting disciplinary focused academic and   professional transition      through peer teaching.

  • March 2016

     RCN Education conference : Identifying Individual Students' "Habits Of Mind" To     Support Disciplinary-Relevant Academic Transition

  • January 2017

     Brookes academic Induction Conference: Peer mentoring in disciplinary focused      transition: A partnership approach