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Professor Mandy Fader, Head of School, Health Sciences

Professor Mandy Fader
Professor Mandy Fader

Main responsibilities
Mandy is responsible for leading and implementing the university education and programme strategy within the School. She is also Associate Vice President for the university 10 year plan.

Mandy is a registered nurse and has a chair in Continence Technology, leading a team of researchers focusing on research into continence products and devices, and the effects of incontinence on skin health.

Contact
Executive Assistant: Olivia Pooley
Email: o.a.pooley@soton.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)23 8059 6677

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Dr Jane Prichard, Deputy Head of School (Education)

Jane Prichard

Main responsibilities

Jane has executive responsibility for managing and leading the development of the School's education portfolio and student experience. She is committed to ensuring excellence in our educational programmes and placing the student experience at the heart of all that we do. Jane represents the School of Health Sciences on the Faculty Education Committee.

Jane is a psychologist with research interests in team performance, trust, knowledge management and new models of service delivery in urgent and emergency care. Jane makes a major contribution to the educational provision of leadership development in Health Sciences. She leads on modules across both the undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum and is a supervisor to MSc and PhD students.

Contact
Executive Assistant: Paloma Aguado-Styles
Email: P.Aguado-Styles@soton.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)23 8059 7929

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Professor Jane Ball, Deputy Head of School (Research & Enterprise)

Professor Jane Ball
Professor Jane Ball

Main responsibilities

In her role as Deputy Head of School (Research & Enterprise) Jane has executive responsibility for managing and leading the development of the Health Sciences research portfolio. She represents Health Sciences on the Faculty Research and Enterprise Committee.

Jane leads on nursing workforce research to inform policy, and is theme lead for ‘Workforce Research’, within the Health Work Group.  She contributes to teaching and marking on various undergraduate and postgraduate modules, is a personal academic tutor and is research supervisor to BSc, MSc and PhD students.

Contact

Email: Jane.Ball@soton.ac.uk 
Telephone: +44 (0)23 8059 7914

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Dr Julie Cullen, Head of Department, Nursing, Midwifery and Health

Dr Julie Cullen
Dr Julie Cullen, Queens Nurse

Main responsibilities
Julie is responsible for implementing the school strategy within the Department and ensuring that all staff work towards agreed objectives reflecting the university strategy and the 10-year plan. She provides strong, creative, academic leadership and general management for the Department, striving for excellence and distinctiveness in the education provision, drawing upon the school and University world leading research strengths.

Julie is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is also a module lead, a personal academic tutor and contributes to teaching, marking and student supervision on a variety of programmes of all academic levels. She is supervisor to MSc and PhD students.

 

Contact
Executive Assistant: Paloma Aguado-Styles
Email: P.Aguado-Styles@soton.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)23 8059 7929

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Dr Julian Pearce, Head of Department, Allied Health Professions

Dr Julian Pearce
Dr Julian Pearce

Main responsibilities

As Head of Department for Allied Health Professions, Julian is responsible for implementing the school strategy within the department and ensuring that all staff work towards agreed objectives reflecting the university strategy and the 10- year plan.

Julian provides strong, creative, academic leadership, striving for excellence and distinctiveness in all the pre-registration education provision. He actively contributes to education as module lead, personal academic tutor and contributes to teaching, marking and student research supervision.

Julian is a Principle Teaching Fellow, undertaking research into practice education and identity in chronic pain.

Contact
Senior Administrative Officer: Michelle Wilson
Email: M.L.Wilson@soton.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)23 8059 7963

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