Enterprise members of Faculty Enterprise members of Faculty

Julia Hubbard - Director of EnterpriseJulia Hubbard

Email: j.hubbard@uea.ac.uk 

Tel: +44 (0)1603 597064






Debbie Harrison - Associate Director for EnterpriseDebbie Harrison

Email: deborah.harrison@uea.ac.uk 

Tel: +44 (0)1603 593303

Specialist enterprise area - professional development and external partnerships.

CPD (non-accredited study) for NHS, Social Care and independent sector; areas of expertise – supervision, professionalism, professional registration, leadership and management

Knowledge transfer and extending reach through digital media, conferences and seminars, developing on-line learning, networking with Non-Governmental Organisations such as charities and social enterprise with a focus on Armed Forces and combat injury recovery, and building consultancy opportunities.

Anthony Jermy - Associate Director for Enterprise

Email: a.jermy@uea.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)1603 597138

  • Specialist enterprise area is resources and facilities

  • Use of equipment and resources

  • Simulation and clinical skills facilities lead

  • Development of patient safety strategies through simulation training, including technical and non-technical (e.g. human factors) skills

  • Enterprise lead for Norwich Electronic Assistive Technology (NEAT) Centre

  • Hosting events at the School of Health Sciences premises

  • Supporting delivery of CPD contract

Dr Nicola Hancock - Associate Director for EnterpriseNicola Hancock

Email: n.hancock@uea.ac.uk 

Tel: +44 (0)1603 593811

Specialist enterprise area is research and partnerships; commercial impact development in research projects.

Nicola has a keen interest in identifying potential commercial and societal impact of research work in HSC from the earliest stages of projects. Having recently worked with the Design Council as part of their Design Leadership Programme. Nicola is committed to iterative device development that engages users from the outset of new designs, maximizing the possibility of adoption of emerging technologies.

  • Forming/developing strategic alliances with external organizations

  • Alliances with external partners are fundamental to the School of Health Sciences strategy. In order that our activity has the widest possible impact our, our enterprise team strive to ensure that our work is visible to external partners of all kinds- for example, health service users and clinicians, voluntary organisations and large corporate partners. In making our own work visible and accessible, we also ensure that we are learning from our partners in return and welcome their input into our enterprise and engagement activity

  • Finding mentors/coaches for business or individuals.