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Dr Julie Green
|Title:||Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing, Director of Postgraduate programmes & Award Lead for Specialist Community Nursing (District Nursing).|
|Location:||CEC - SF52|
|Role:||Director of Postgraduate programmes. Award Lead for Specialist Community Nursing (District Nursing).|
|Contacting me:||via email|
PHD, MSc (Health Care Education), Post Graduate Certificates in Teaching and Learning with Technology & Health Studies, BSc (Hons) Community Health (District Nursing), RGN, B Ed, QN
Julie undertook her RGN training in 1987 at the North Staffordshire College of Nursing and Midwifery and has since worked across both North Staffordshire and Cheshire, in a variety of roles in both primary and secondary care. Julie's secondary care experience focused on Intensive Care and High Dependency areas and her primary care experience as both a District Nurse and a Discharge Liaison Nurse throughout Stoke-on-Trent. Prior to joining the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Julie worked as a District Nursing Sister for South Stoke Primary Care NHS Trust and represented her colleagues as a Nurse Representative on the Primary Care Trust Executive Board for four years.
Julie was employed at Keele University School of Nursing and Midwifery in 2003, initially as a Clinical Skills Lecturer and then, from 2006, as a Lecturer in the Adult Field. Julie is the Award Lead for the Specialist Community Nursing (District Nursing) BSc and PGDip. In October 2015, Julie took on the role of Director of Postgraduate Programmes. Julie also delivers sessions across all fields of the nurse curriculum and within Continuing Professional Development modules. Julie has particular interest in community nursing practice; she holds an honorary contract with Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership NHS Trust and regularly accompanies pre-registration students on patient visits whilst they are on placement.
Julie is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and an affiliate member of the Institute of Primary Care & Health Sciences.
Julie has a particular research interest in primary care nursing, especially the patient centeredness of interactions within the clinical environment. Julie completed her MSc research project on the communication needs of cancer patients in the primary care setting and has just completed her PhD that explored the impact of leg ulceration on the quality of life of the patient. Her thesis is entitled ‘A mixed methods study of patient centred care in people with chronic venous leg ulceration’. The research resulted in the development of a new consultation template to guide nurses to explore issues that impact on the patients’ quality of life during consultations. The template is available as a download from: http://www.keele.ac.uk/luct/
Julie was funded by an innovative Link Fellowship between the School of Nursing & Midwifery and the Institute of Primary Care & Health Sciences at Keele University (2009-2010) and a West Midlands Strategic Health Authority Research Training Award (2011-2014). Future research interests focus on patient decision making, self-management and patient centeredness.
Julie has received a number of awards for her research including the 2010 Marjorie Simpson New Researcher Award; the WoundsUK Patient Wellbeing Award 2012 and the Best in Research Award at the Society for Academic Primary Care (North) Conference 2012. Julie is shortlisted for the Journal of Wound Care Patient Wellbeing Award 2014 and the British Journal of Nursing Tissue Viability Nurse of the Year 2014. Julie was awarded a Queen’s Nurse title in 2013 for her commitment to continually improving practice.
Julie continues to research and is currently undertaking a national study across 10 HEIs into assertiveness in Specialist Practice and is involved in educational evaluation in relation to multimorbidity.
Full Publications List show
Chronic venous leg ulcer care – are we missing a vital piece of the jigsaw?. Wounds UK, vol. 13(1), 30-37. full text>2017.
Review of patients’ experiences with fungating wounds and associated quality of life. Journal of Wound Care, vol. 22, 265-275. doi>2013.
Maggots and their role in wound care. British Journal of Nursing, vol. 3 Supplement 16 (2011), 24-33.2011.
Using the ventrogluteal site for intramuscular injections. Nurs Times, vol. 101(16), 36-38. link>2005.
The Keele curriculum model: A contemporary framework for designing an inter-professional technology enhanced nursing curriculum. doi>2013.
Professional Conference Papers:
1. Green, J. and Singh, S. (2007). Wound care in the Community. A Virtual Presentation. Presented virtually at Woundcon, Delhi, India on 11th March 2007.
2. Green, J. (2008). The role of education in changing practice. Presented at the URGO Wound Symposium, Warwickshire on March 10th 2008.
3. Green, J. (2010). “My leg ulcers are ruining my life…” Poster presented at the Keele University Research Symposium, 5th May 2010.
4. Green, J. (2010). 'Chronic venous leg ulcers and quality of life'. Poster presented at Wounds UK Conference, Harrogate, 15 - 17th November 2010.
5. Green, J. (2011). What are the factors that impact on the day-to-day lives of people with leg ulcers? Concurrent session presented at the Royal College of Nursing International Research Conference, Harrogate 17th May 2011.
6. Green, J. (2011). Are we missing the point? What factors impact on the daily lives of people with leg ulcers and do we currently address these during their consultations? Free Paper presented at Wounds UK Harrogate, 15th November 2011.
7. Green, J. (2012). The application of the nominal group technique in the design of a consultation template for use with patients with leg ulceration. Concurrent session presented at the Royal College of Nursing International Research Conference, London 24th April 2012.
8. Green, J. (2012). Do patient centred consultations improve quality of life for people with chronic venous ulcers? Institute of Primary Care and Health Sciences Symposium, Keele University 28th May 2012.
9. Green, J. (2012). Patient centred consultations in chronic venous leg ulcer care. ‘Living and Researching Later Life’, Emerging Researchers in Ageing Conference, Keele University 10th July 2012.
10. Green, J. (2012). Nurse-patient leg ulcer consultations in primary care – do patients disclose their concerns? Wounds UK Patient Wellbeing winning presentation, 13th November 2012.
11. Green, J. (2012). Nurse-patient leg ulcer consultations in primary care – do patients disclose their concerns? Society of Academic Primary Care (North) Conference, Kendal, 22nd November 2012. Winner of Best in Research Presentation Award.
12. Green, J. (2013). Nurse-patient consultations in primary care. Transforming Community Health International Conference, Edinburgh, 13-14th March 2013.
13. Green, J. (2013). Nurse-patient leg ulcer consultations in primary care – do patients disclose their concerns? Ageing Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, 25th April 2013.
14. Green, J. (2013). Nurse-patient leg ulcer consultations in primary care – do patients disclose their concerns? European Wound Management Association Conference, Copenhagen, 15th May 2013.
15. Green, J., Kadam, U., Rushton, C., Strömberg, A. & Walsh, P. (2013). Exploring multimorbidity in the nursing curriculum. Nurse Education Today Conference, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, 3rd September 2013.
16. Green, J. (2014). Nurse-patient consultations in leg ulcer care – do patients disclose their concerns? Daring to make an impact: dynamic qualitative research, Keele University, 23rd March 2014.
17. Green, J. (2014). A new quality of life template for patients with chronic venous leg ulceration. Tissue Viability Society Conference, York University, 2nd April 2014.
18. Green, J. (2014). Nurse-patient consultations and the implications for nurse education. Nurse Education Today Conference, Churchill College, Cambridge, 2nd September 2014.
19. Green, J. (2015). Nurse-patient consultations and the implications for nurse education. The 6th international conference on community health nursing research (ICCHNR), Seoul, South Korea, 22nd August 2015.
20. Rushton, C., Green, J., Walsh, P., Stromberg, A., Jaarsma, T., Pati, S., Messina, G & Kadam, U. (2015) 6Cs comorbidity education framework. Nurse Education Today Conference, Churchill College, Cambridge, 9th September 2015.
21. Green, J., Holding, E. & Paterson, J. (2015). Assertiveness and Specialist Practice. Nurse Education Today Conference, Churchill College, Cambridge, 9th September 2015.
22. Lovatt, M., Guy, J., Salvoni, M., Bickle, A. & Green, J. (2015). The primary care and community placements project. Nurse Education Today Conference, Churchill College, Cambridge, 8th September 2015.
23. Green, J. (2016). Assertiveness in Specialist Practice. Keele Learning and Teaching Conference 2016, Keele University, 19th January 2016.
24. Green, J. (2016). Enhancing Assertiveness in Specialist Practice - poster presentation. Queen’s Nurse Conference, RCGP, London, 14th April 2016.