School of Health Sciences Lecturers in Adult Nursing 1 Year Fixed Term, (2 posts are available) The University of Suffolk is an ambitious new institution and the School of Health Sciences has seen significant growth in its Adult Nursing provision over the last two years. To meet growing demand and to continue to enhance the student experience we are looking to appoint two enthusiastic and talented individuals to join our Adult Nursing team. The successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to contribute to the future of the nursing profession, play a role in the delivery of new pathways of education such as the degree-nursing apprenticeship and work with Course Leaders in implementing the new NMC standards. You will be a registered as an Adult Nurse with the NMC, hold a Masters-level qualification or above and be a passionate/skilled educator. The successful post holders will be based at our Ipswich campus but will be required to travel across the East of England as required. Closing date: 14 June 2019 Interview date: 21 June 2019 Application details and contacts for informal discussions, may be obtained from our website http://www.uos.ac.uk/jobs
The post will be based within the Academy of Primary Care, located in the Allam Medical Building on the University of Hull campus. The Academy of Primary Care champions excellence in primary care scholarship driving improvements in primary care delivery and design for 21st century health needs. You will be part of the primary care research team including Professor Joanne Reeve, Professor of Primary Care Research and Dr Liz Mitchell, Senior Lecturer in Primary Care Research. The purpose of the post is to carry out research assessments for the NIHR funded REDUCE research programme, of patients trying to reduce long-term antidepressants, in general practices in the Yorkshire and Humber area. We value diversity and we are committed to recruiting and supporting staff and students from all sectors of society. The Hull York Medical School holds a Silver Athena SWAN award. We are committed to developing staff and actively encourage and support staff to take development opportunities. To discuss this role informally, please contact: Professor Una Macleod, email@example.com (01482 463757) For information about the department visit www.hyms.ac.uk This post is full-time, fixed term for 38 months. This post requires a criminal records check through the Disclosure and Barring Service
We wish to recruit a talented postdoctoral research fellow to undertake an ambitious research project investigating how maternal bodyweight affects early embryo development processes in ways that can influence lifelong health. The project will also explore the possibility of restoring metabolic disruption in embryos originating from women whom are overweight and obese. Significant research has established that events occurring around the time of conception can induce biochemical, metabolic and genomic responses in the early embryo. These changes appear to persist throughout pregnancy and offer a possible mechanism explaining why prenatal exposure may influence postnatal health. The Hull York Medical School, University of Hull, was recently awarded a prestigious grant to describe in unparalleled detail the impact of being overweight or obese on human embryo development, and then to explore strategies to correct the predicted responses. This exciting project is technically challenging and offers an opportunity to provide insight into the processes of early development. Working closely with colleagues at the University of Manchester and in a local clinical IVF facility, the successful applicant will use a range of experimental methods to examine single cell gene expression and metabolic biochemistry of human embryos that are no longer required for clinical use. We encourage you to apply if you have experience of working with mammalian preimplantation embryos, ideally human, and have an interest in how energy metabolism drives key molecular processes in the first stages of embryo development. Experience of working within HFEA regulatory frameworks would be a distinct advantage. To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Roger Sturmey, 01482 466422, firstname.lastname@example.org Interviews are anticipated to be held week commencing 10 June 2019 with an anticipated start date as soon as possible thereafter.
This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional and experienced nurse, with evidence of excellent professional and educational practice to join a team of enthusiastic and committed staff within the School of Nursing and Midwifery. The post holder will work closely with practice and University colleagues to develop the discipline of Mental Health Nursing through strong collaborative partnerships and contributing to transformational agendas reflecting the diverse and challenging nature of health and social care. Our desire as an academic community is to develop critical, competent and compassionate practitioners who can make a positive contribution to and impact upon nursing practice. We welcome applications from candidates with experience or practice in learning disability nursing also. The School sits within the College of Health, Life and Environmental Science and benefits greatly from two outstanding research centres; the University of Worcester is home to the Association for Dementia Studies, which make a national and international contribution to building evidence-based practical ways of working with people living with dementia and their families. In addition, the Mood Disorders Research Centre focuses on investigations of bipolar disorder and other related affective and psychotic illnesses. Staff within the School contribute to all of our NMC approved programmes and it is essential that the appointee is able to adopt a flexible approach to the subjects they teach. Selection Methods: Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a formal panel interview, and also asked to deliver a 20 minute teaching session suitable for second year undergraduate nursing students in relation to the following title: ‘An Introduction to Evidence-Based Health Care'. For an informal discussion please contact Mr Robert Dudley, Interim Head of School, by phoning 01905 855235 or by email to email@example.com
The School of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery are seeking a highly motivated Paramedic lecturer and practitioner who can work as part of our Paramedic Science team to support students developing their Paramedic knowledge and skills on the innovative pre-registration BSc (Hons )Paramedic Science programme, post registration level 6 BSc (Hons) Applied Paramedic Science programme and contribute to the post graduate Advanced Clinical Practitioner programme modules. You will demonstrate enthusiasm for your speciality and a willingness to be innovative and creative while making use of development opportunities to improve yourself. You will work collaboratively with staff in the School of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery, particularly the Paramedic Science team and our partners at the Yorkshire Ambulance Service. You will also work collaboratively with the service user group and with our students to improve and develop our programmes and to develop research opportunities. Faculty research activity fits into the three themed areas of Advanced Health Care, Innovative Engineering and Sustainable societies.We undertake research which is locally and internationally significant and includes work with NHS and other partners. Our vibrant research community are led by world-leading professors including Professor Maryann Hardy (Radiography, r reporting and advanced practice), Professor Neil Small, (Born in Bradford project), Professor Murna Downs (Dementia), Professor Mohamed Mohammed (Quality Improvement and Patient Safety) , Professor Alan Kellehear (Public Health) and Professor Gail Mountain (Healthy Ageing, Dementia). We also have a number of collaborations across the Faculties of the University and with external partners. Due to the sensitive nature of this post, applicants will be required to disclose details of any criminal record which may have a bearing on their suitability for the post. The University of Bradford is an equal opportunities employer.