The University of Southampton
Health Sciences

Dr Julie Wintrup MBA, Doctorate in Education, Diploma in Occupational Therapy, Post-graduate Teaching Certificate in Higher Education

Principal Teaching Fellow

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Julie's teaching, research and scholarly activities centre on the relationship between education, inter/professional development and the 'everyday ethics' of healthcare work. An occupational therapist by profession, her interests include mental health, clinical reasoning and decision-making, the role of networks and social media in health, research methods and the pedagogic potential of working with students as co-designers and co-researchers.

 

 

My teaching and research has one overarching purpose: to create engaging, safe and stimulating opportunities for learning and education that equips health professionals to provide high quality care and treatment to their patients

Research into coherent and evidence-based approaches to ethics education across disciplines and care groups to prepare practitioners for complex care practice, new extended roles and increasing autonomy/accountability.

Research into the student experience of learning, teaching, assessment, transition, progression and other social and academic factors which influence engagement and success in Higher Education.

Development of academically-robust vocationally-focussed education which addresses the needs of the health and social care workforce, in particular through leadership of change, distributed leadership, service improvement, fiscal and moral duties, innovation and enterprise.

Collaborative working with employers, researchers, students, commissioners, service users/Expert Patients, Sector Skills Councils, FE and HE providers to secure funding for project work, new educational provision and Continuing Professional Development.

Innovation in Higher Education curriculum planning, design and delivery to develop high quality learning experiences systematically across programmes and levels of study, drawing upon concepts of interdisciplinary, breadth and opportunity.

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Research interests

Research into coherent and evidence-based approaches to ethics education across disciplines and care groups

Analysis of vocational routes to Higher Education as supported by the HEFCE funded Lifelong Learning Networks, using Hants/IoW LLN and Advanced Apprenticeships as Case Study

Evaluation of collaborative approaches to curriculum planning and delivery in NHS Acute Care, Primary Care, Mental Health and Social Care

Change processes in organisations: workforce change in NHS/Social Care and curriculum reform in Higher Education

Research into the student experience of learning, teaching, assessment, transition, progression and other social and academic factors which influence engagement and success in Higher Education

Other research groups

Work Futures Research Centre
Higher Education Research Group

Research project(s)

Working with employers to develop and deliver a needs-led curriculum: a work-based pilot in health, education and care

Working with employers to develop and deliver a needs-led curriculum: a work-based pilot in health, education and care

Finding Their Way into Careers: an Analysis of Advanced Apprenticeships and Progression in Health Care

This project asks: in policy and practice terms, what are the opportunities and barriers to career and educational progression, for Advanced Apprentices in health care within the Hampshire and Isle of Wight region?

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Strategic development and leadership of widening participation and student engagement through knowledge and understanding of routes into and transition/progression experiences through Higher Education

Collaborative module/programme design and delivery developed through partnerships and informed by sustainable business plans

Institutional curriculum review and reform; development of high quality, interdisciplinary learning, cross-cutting research-informed themes and creation of broader learning opportunities

Ethics education, practical ethics, ethical and distributed leadership and decision making.

Development of strategic learners able to utilise different social/ work contexts, problem-based methods and to implement change successfully.

Dr Julie Wintrup
University of Southampton Faculty of Health Sciences Building 67 Highfield Southampton S017 1BJ

Room Number: 45/1002

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