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PNA Expert Involvement Group
2024

Recognition Type Committee/Steering group role
Description Group member invited by Coventry University to participate in a group meeting to share my insights regarding a new study titled, SUSTAIN-ING (2024). This study builds on the national evaluation undertaken in 2022/23 to understand the impact of Professiona
Affiliated Organisations University of Hull

Fitness to Practice Task and Finish Group Lead
2022 - 2023

Recognition Type Committee/Steering group role
Description Lead and set up a Task and Finish Fitness to Practice Steering Group. The Group were pivotal in transforming the Fitness to Practice regulations and processes within the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Affiliated Organisations 00 University of Hull

Advance HE Athena Swan (Self assessment team) Committee member
2023

Recognition Type Committee/Steering group role
Description The Athena Swan Charter is a framework which is used across the globe to support and transform gender equality within higher education (HE) and research. Established in 2005 to encourage and recognise commitment to advancing the careers of women in scienc
Affiliated Organisations 00 University of Hull
URL https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/equality-charters/athena-swan-charter

Advance HE Personal Development for External Examiners
2024

Recognition Type Awards and prizes
Description External examining is a key feature of the UK higher education system. This course has been developed as part of the Degree Standards project on external examining that has run from 2016 to 2021.

The overarching aim of the Personal Development for Exte

HVs’ role in providing alcohol advice to women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy
2024

Recognition Type Other
Description What is the role of health visitors (HVs) in providing alcohol advice to women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy?
Voices blog by Jayne Walker, Lesley Smith, Andrea Hilton, Lolita Alfred, Lisa Scholin and Anand Ahankari from the School of Advanced
Affiliated Organisations 00 University of Hull
Projects Determining how Health Visitors can be agents of change alongside parents in reducing the prevalence/mitigating the risk of alcohol related developmental disorders in England: exploratory mixed methods study
URL https://ihv.org.uk/news-and-views/voices/hvs-role-in-providing-alcohol-advice-to-women-who-are-pregnant-or-planning-a-pregnancy/