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Ms Julie Watson
Lecturer / Research active / and Programme Director -Midwifery 85 week Programme
|Biography||Julie has Professional NMC registrations: Nursing, Specialist Community Public Health Nursing -Health Visiting and Midwifery.
After many years in practice, moved into higher education / academia Teaching and research combine practice, education and evidence.
Julie joined the University of Hull in September 2017.
Julie also works as National Professional Adviser, with Care Quality Commission (CQC): improving service experience and outcomes for women, children, families and communities. High quality care and safety in maternity and children's services.
Worked at a strategic and national level on nursing and midwifery education and practice: Contribution to Future Midwife; Participation /member of Public Health England academic research group; PHE service spec and a Fellow of the Institute of Health Visiting (Leadership & influence at scale).
|Research Interests||Contributed to a number of projects that have direct policy implications: Cochrane reviews on infant feeding to inform WHO Guideline Development Group on nutrition actions (International).
Research interests include:
Public Health -women, children and families ( Reducing inequalities)
Perinatal mental health;
improving outcomes for women and babies;
improving care delivery; service user experiences
Children and young peoples health outcomes
Safeguarding; vulnerable groups.
Methodologies include qualitative and quantitative;; mixed methods
Cochrane systematic reviews.
Continuing PhD studies.
|Teaching and Learning||Programme Director
Undergraduate and postgraduate Health and social care programmes.
Teach across range programmes, modules
Experience of Multidisciplinary and multi-agency teaching
Supervision of students