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Julia Robinson

Lecturer in Children’s Nursing

School of Nursing

Brook Building, BB337

+44 (0) 1772 89 5552

Jrobinson31@uclan.ac.uk

Subject Areas: Health, Nursing and Midwifery, Public Health

Julia is a lecturer in children’s nursing and teaches on pre-registration and post registration courses.

Memberships:

  • NMC

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Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Nursing Degree, University of Liverpool, 1995 (RGN/RHV)
  • Diploma in Professional Studies, University of Salford, 1998 (RSCN)
  • Nurse Prescriber, 2000, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Post Graduate certificate in Teaching and Assessing in Clinical practice, Edge Hill College (University of Lancaster) 2002

Julia began her training in 1991 at the University of Liverpool, she studied a degree in nursing that led to a dual qualification as a Registered General Nurse and a Registered Health Visitor. She took a post at Manchester Children’s Hospital as a junior staff nurse specialising in gastrointestinal and urinary surgery. She completed a Diploma in professional studies and became a Registered Sick Children’s Nurse and progressed to senior staff nurse and then onto a junior sister/teacher-practitioner role.

Julia has spent 3 years living in Malaysia. Here she worked as a volunteer nurse with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees. This involved being a member of a team running a nurse led clinic for Myanmar refugees. During her time working with the UNHCR, she developed a mother and baby drop in clinic to help overcome malnutrition in Myanmar refugee babies and children.

Julia has most currently worked as a Health Visitor in East Lancashire before starting her role here in UCLan in November 2016 as a Nurse Educator and then as a Lecturer in May 2017.

Teaching Activities and Responsibilities

Clinical Skills, small group teaching, supporting delivery of modules on pre-registration nursing degree. Facilitating drop in sessions. Assisting the development of and delivery o post registration workshops and inter-professional teaching.