The Department of Nursing and Midwifery is part of the university’s School of Health, Social Care and Life Sciences that brings together all health researchers and related teaching at UHI. Based in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, we have a campus in Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands, and in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. We provide accessible, evidence informed education for nurses and other health and social care professionals, including undergraduate and postgraduate students, and are committed to supporting our students to make a significant contribution to the care of patients and the public. We foster a strong research community locally and build research collaborations nationally and internationally in order to conduct high quality applied research that improves health and wellbeing within the Highlands and Islands and addressing key health questions relevant to Scotland and beyond. We have expertise in developing novel interventions and evaluating existing health and social care services and have highly experienced researchers and behavioural scientists. https://www.uhi.ac.uk/en/staff/vacancies/lecturer---department-of-nursing-and-midwifery.html
The Department of Nursing and Midwifery is part of the university’s School of Health, Social Care and Life Sciences that brings together all health researchers and related teaching at UHI. Based in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, we have a campus in Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands, and in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. We provide accessible, evidence informed education for nurses and other health and social care professionals, including undergraduate and postgraduate students, and are committed to supporting our students to make a significant contribution to the care of patients and the public. We foster a strong research community locally and build research collaborations nationally and internationally in order to conduct high quality applied research that improves health and wellbeing within the Highlands and Islands and addressing key health questions relevant to Scotland and beyond. We have expertise in developing novel interventions and evaluating existing health and social care services and have highly experienced researchers and behavioural scientists. https://www.uhi.ac.uk/en/staff/vacancies/lecturer---department-of-nursing-and-midwifery-part-time-05fte.html
The University of Bolton is a “Teaching Intensive, Research Informed” higher education institution whose distinctive high quality, student-focussed, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes attract students from all over the world. Our staff are at the heart of everything we do: they are highly qualified and experienced in their fields, supporting their teaching practice by carrying out quality research and engaging in continuous professional development. Staff pride themselves on being outstanding professionals that provide excellent learning, teaching and applied research and support in the provision of custom-designed, industry led courses in numerous subject areas. The key duties of the post holder will be to manage, organise and expand the placement provision for undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy programmes. You will have a first degree in Physiotherapy and have Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) membership and be registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC). The successful candidate should be a current practicing clinician and offer insight into applying their clinical knowledge into teaching. Ideally you will hold a teaching qualification and have membership of the Higher Education Academy. The successful candidate should demonstrate an awareness of the current developments in Physiotherapy as well as being able to facilitate the creation and and maintenance of a range of links between academic and research initiatives and employers. The role is full-time but we would welcome candidates wishing to work more flexibly, e.g.part-time or hourly paid.
The University of Bolton is a “Teaching Intensive, Research Informed” higher education institution whose distinctive high quality, student-focussed, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes attract students from all over the world. Our staff are at the heart of everything we do: they are highly qualified and experienced in their fields, supporting their teaching practice by carrying out quality research and engaging in continuous professional development. Staff pride themselves on being outstanding professionals that provide excellent learning (including distance learning), teaching and applied research and support in the provision of custom-designed, industry led courses in numerous subject areas. The School of Clinical and Biomedical Sciences has a strong reputation and expertise in developing Advanced Practitioners within the North-West, and our Advanced Clinical Practice programmes are accredited by Health Education England. As we continue to grow, we are seeking clinicians to join our teaching team to contribute and teach on our clinical focused post graduate programmes. In addition to academic teaching responsibilities, you will also work closely with clinical colleagues in local NHS Trusts and organisations to support students during clinical learning experiences. You will have a first degree and post-graduate qualification in a relevant area together with strong clinical knowledge, healthcare experience and an understanding of advanced practice roles. You will have a strong understanding of current changes in health care practice and evolving developments in clinical practice. HCPC/NMC or equivalent registration is desirable. We are committed to teaching excellence and we’re keen to hear from you whether you are just embarking upon an academic career, seeking a new challenge, or a seasoned academic. There are 3 opportunities available (2 x permanent roles and 1 x fixed-term role initially for 12 months). All of the posts are full-time but we welcome applications from those seeking to work more flexibly, e.g. part-time, job share basis, or hourly paid.
The Department of Health (includes Nursing and Physiotherapy) is looking to recruit a motivated, innovative and enthusiastic physiotherapist, to work as a Lecturer in Physiotherapy to teach and assess students on the pre-registration physiotherapy programmes (including the apprenticeship programme), and other programmes delivered by the Department in Health. In this role, the successful applicant will use their specialist clinical knowledge and experience to teach and assess students in our new, purpose-built facilities in Moss House and the Health, Skills and Simulation Suite where students can be exposed to simulation-based education using a range of patient simulators, virtual reality equipment and immersive video technology, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=id5xwZI5VEA The successful candidate will possess a thorough understanding of their specialist area of physiotherapy practice and be able to demonstrate research and evidence-informed practice within that area. You will have experience of teaching students, either within a university or as a clinical educator, and be educated to Degree Level with current registration with the HCPC. The successful candidate will be supported to undertake professional development to enhance teaching and learning, including the achievement of a recognised teaching qualification if not already held. Applications for full and part-time contracts will be considered. Please state any preference clearly within your application. Benefits:
- 50 days’ paid leave per year
- Teacher’s pension scheme
- Private healthcare
- Excellent staff development opportunities
- Salary sacrifice car leasing, tech and cycle schemes
- Heavily-subsidised on-site car parking
- Hybrid Working Opportunities
- Free Gym Membership
- Employee Assistance Programme
If you are passionate about children’s nursing and education and would like to make a difference to patient and client care, then the Department of Nursing and Midwifery would love to hear from you. In one of the largest providers of nurse education in the UK, you will be working with a large, vibrant community of academics, practitioners and researchers with a commitment to providing high quality, research informed teaching, to ensure active learning. You will join a team of academic practitioners, innovating, teaching and supporting student nurses across the undergraduate and postgraduate curricula. You will also support a range of post-registration teaching to registrants accessing our CPD portfolio, alongside opportunities to be involved in research and project work. You will need:
- The ability to design and deliver transformative and innovative learning experiences.
- Knowledge and understanding of critical, practical and theoretical issues relevant to children's nursing and the health and social care agenda
- Experience of teaching, training or supervising undergraduate and postgraduate nursing or other healthcare professionals in a practice or academic environment.
- Current NMC registration and evidence of on-going professional development.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Plymouth is a provider of first class contemporary education, informed by research and innovation. We offer a contemporary and dynamic multi-professional Independent Prescribing course that offers students a robust framework to pursue a career in clinical practice. The school is looking for an exceptional individual with experience and enthusiasm for Prescribing to join the existing team as we expand our provision across the Peninsula. We are committed to providing students with innovative and high quality postgraduate programmes that meet the needs of clinicians and service, which prepare the next generation of practitioners across clinical disciplines to deliver high quality, safe, competent and evidenced based practice for their patients. Should an applicant have the necessary experience and is interested in leading the prescribing provision in the school we would explore this at interview. There would be remuneration attached to the lead role. The School works in partnership with local NHS trusts to drive forward clinical research and support students in their learning to become the best nurses and midwives they can be. State-of-the-art facilities and equipment help students maximise their potential and develop their core skills, preparing them to embark on exciting and rewarding careers. The School offers further support for student career and professional development in the areas of healthcare, surgical care practice, emergency care and general practice nursing. An interdisciplinary approach to research covers sustainability, the evolution of services, use of new genetic knowledge and technologies, the ageing population, use of internet and mobile technologies, changes in clinical education, contemporary nursing, and how knowledge is translated into practice and policy. The University of Plymouth has a strong interdisciplinary research ethos which is supported by our three strategic Research Institutes: the Marine Institute, the Sustainable Earth Institute, and the Plymouth Institute of Health and Care Research. As a member of our academic community, you’ll be expected to contribute to our recognised research strengths. Working holistically across the University, you will be challenged to innovate, collaborate and deliver impactful research contributions as part of a systems thinking approach to addressing today’s global challenges. You should possess appropriate professional qualifications, registration with either GPhC, HCPC or NMC is essential, relevant post registration experience as a Prescriber, a higher Degree in health or a related subject, relevant postgraduate qualifications and a teaching qualification (or be willing to work to achieve this). A relocation package may be available to the successful candidate, conditions apply. For an informal discussion please contact Dr Tracey Harding by email firstname.lastname@example.org. This role will require an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check plus a Children’s Barred List check. Please demonstrate how you meet the essential criteria outlined in the knowledge, qualifications, training and experience elements of the job description in your supporting statement. This is a full-time position working 37 hours per week on a permanent basis. Job share/part time hours will be considered. Interviews are likely to take place week commencing 8th August 2022.
This is an exciting time to join a growing and developing midwifery team at the Three Counties School of Nursing and Midwifery. The University of Worcester is proud of being accredited with the UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative as well as achieving 100% overall student satisfaction in the NSS 2020. The School has recently been shortlisted for Best Student Experience in the annual Student Nursing Times Awards. This is a fantastic developmental opportunity for an early career Midwife, with an emphasis on enhancing students’ midwifery skills and digital capabilities. The post holder will be committed to promoting evidence based best practice that underpins critical thinking, leadership, decision-making and problem-solving skills required to enable students to fulfil this role. By utilising expert knowledge and skills, the post holder will have the opportunity to teach across the BSc (Hons) Midwifery; MSc Shortened Midwifery programme and other courses within the School; lead agreed BSc modules; assess students and supervise students’ Independent study. The post holder will engage in curriculum development, using salutogenic principles to develop flexible practitioners who can transfer and synthesise skills and knowledge to meet the demands of differing practice environments and who recognise the accountability and responsibilities of the midwife’s role. The educational aims of the department are to ensure that midwives, at the point of registration, are equipped to provide skilled, knowledgeable, respectful and compassionate care. Women and families are at the heart of our teaching and this is reflected in our knowledgeable, kind and compassionate students. The Maternity Service User Group supported by the Lead Midwife of Education (LME) play a key part in the student learning journey from selection days to assessment and evaluation promoting student empathy. Our Midwifery academics have a growing scholarly, research and publication profile and are committed to building on achievements in learning, teaching and research. The successful candidate will join a team of enthusiastic, committed, and dynamic Midwife teachers and will work collaboratively with colleagues across the Department, School and the wider University. New appointees are supported by a knowledgeable team, to develop their new role with access to a team buddy, mentor and staff development courses. For an informal discussion, please contact Ellie Sonmezer (Deputy Head of Department for Midwifery and CPD) via email at email@example.com https://jobs.worcester.ac.uk/SN2217
Your discipline. Your passion. Our success, together. About the Role The Academic Assessor is a role within the NMC Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment (2018) ensuring:
- a fair /objective assessment of students;
- a point of contact for practice staff with assessment/ concerns about student behaviour/ conduct or assessment,
- a point of advice for practice assessors and practice supervisors.
We are seeking an experienced and inspiring Senior Research Fellow in Dementia Studies to be a key player in the Association of Dementia Studies and contribute to research across the wider School of Allied Health and Community. The post is offered full-time but part-time applicants will be considered. We are particularly interested in hearing from candidates who have a track record in research in later stages of dementia, complex diagnoses, family care, distress behaviours, frailty, care homes and hospital care. We want to hear from individuals who can work independently to develop research objectives and proposals. Most of our research is collaborative, but the post holder should be able to plan, co-ordinate and implement complex research programmes. It is expected that the post holder will disseminate research results through multiple channels including peer reviewed publications, refereed conferences, and social media. The Association for Dementia Studies has a strong Knowledge Exchange focus, and it is expected that the postholder will develop teaching materials and materials for practice within their field of research expertise, teach at post-graduate level and undertake PhD supervision (if the postholder has a PhD). This also may include module leadership within the fully online Post Graduate Certificate in Person Centred Dementia Studies. It is expected that the successful candidate will have responsibility for the acquisition of research contracts and for the acquisition of funding for future research projects, as appropriate to their discipline. We want to attract candidates who will contribute to the university fully and this may include participation in School and University Committees. This post exemplifies the University’s strategic development of a strong network of partnerships with those directly engaged in providing care and support to people, families and communities affected by dementia. The post-holder will be expected to foster these relationships. For an informal discussion please contact Shirley Evans by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com https://jobs.worcester.ac.uk/SAHC2201-R