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
- Clinical and professional skills
- Legal and ethical issues
- Professional concepts
- Management concepts and theory
- Peer supported transition
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)
Brookes Teaching and Learning Conference “Supporting disciplinary focused academic transition “
HEA Conference: Supporting disciplinary focused academic and professional transition through student peer teaching.
Education conference: Supporting disciplinary focused academic and professional transition through peer teaching.
RCN Education conference : Identifying Individual Students' "Habits Of Mind" To Support Disciplinary-Relevant Academic Transition
Brookes academic Induction Conference: Peer mentoring in disciplinary focused transition: A partnership approach