Associate Clinical Fellow
Manchester Metropolitan University, Department of Nursing
England - Greater Manchester
Gillian is a Nurse Academic with extensive experience in clinical, Higher Education and applied research leadership and mentorship. Her current research focuses on nursing leadership, service improvement and developing Clinical Academics. Gillian has particular interests in Silences Research, workforce engagement and wellbeing for patient safety and service improvement, qualitative and applied research methods. Her PhD focused on exploring the silences associated with the recovery experiences of young people with fragility hip fracture.
She was a member of the National Reference Group for Service Improvement and has extensive experience of programme development including for example the MA Advancing Quality Safety & Governance in Health and Social Care and CIEHF recognised PgCert Advancing Human Factors in Health and Social Care programmes. She is a licensed Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI) Step II practitioner and has been an accredited NHS Leadership Model feedback facilitator since 2004.
Gillian is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, former fellow of the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL4HealthNE) and a member of the Q Founding Cohort. She has consultancy experience and worked strategically as a member of the HEE NENC Human Factors Steering Group and the AHSN(NENC)/PSC/Q Executive Steering Group.
Q Exchange ideas
UK survey and co-produced resources to support staff wellbeing during the transformation of nursing practice arising from the digitisation of healthcare.
To capture and embed learning from the rapid deployment of a new workforce model to enhance end of life care in a community in-patient setting: Creating a sustainable future.
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Areas of interest
- Q in Greater Manchester and Eastern Cheshire (GMEC)
- Closing the gap: developing improvers for a complex world
- Human Factors
- Improvement Research Network
- Staff Wellbeing and Quality Health Care
- Q Connectors