deputy director of education, research and innovation
Julia started in the post at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust in October 2019, she has extensive experience in education within the NHS and has also lectured and been the Module Lead within a university setting. Previously, she held the position of Head of Workforce Education & Development at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and has also been the Education Lead for a large community care NHS Foundation Trust.
She is a Florence Nightingale Nurse/Midwife Director Scholar, Registered Nurse, has been a Midwife and is a Specialist Community Public Health Practitioner/Health Visitor and Non-Medical Prescriber.
She has a BA in Health Studies, a BSC in Public Health, a Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Education - on NMC register as a Practice Teacher/Lecturer and has a Masters Degree in Education, which involved undertaking a national research study. She is also a qualified Coach and Mentor for the Leadership Academy.
Julia is passionate about education and research and believes that it underpins high quality patient care and delivery of innovative services.
The Directorate of Education, Research & Innovation Strategy and delivery plans
Working closely and collaboratively with internal and external partners across the ICS/ICB, regionally and nationally, to lead the Education, Research and Innovation agenda forwards
Multi-Professional Undergraduate and Postgraduate Medical/Non-Medical, Clinical/Non-Clinical Education for all staff and learners and ensuring high quality provision
Library & Knowledge Services
Core Skills Mandatory Training
Apprenticeship Strategy and Delivery
Widening Participation and Talent for Care
Clinical Activities Support Team and multi-professional Preceptorship