Jacqueline Phipps  - SRN,  RSCN
Policy planning and Leadership BA(Hons)  2006
Interprofessional Health Care Education MA  2010 

I commenced my student nurse training at the Broadland School of Nursing  1977, qualifying as an SRN in 1980. I worked with children and families, immediately  after qualifying,  before completing  a  Sick Children’s Nurse qualification at Queen Mary’s Hospital for Sick children, Carshalton,  in 1983.

I have  worked in a wide variety of acute children’s settings within the NNUH  as a staff nurse, ward sister, paediatric development nurse and senior nurse before joining the Child Branch team of lecturers at UEA in 2005. I completed a BA(hons) degree, Policy, Planning and Leadership for Health Care Professionals, in 2006 and an  MA in Interprofessional Health Care Education in 2010.

I am course director for the BA(Hons) and MA programmes - Leading Innovation for Clinical Practitioners.

Teaching Interests

I teach across all modules of the Leading innovation for Clinical Practitioner modules and I am module organiser for Managing Yourself and Leading Others, Managing services module BA(hons) and MA modules and the dissertation module applicable to MA only.

In addition I contribute to teaching across all the pre-registration fields of nursing in the subjects of children’s nursing and leadership.