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Dr Julia Gale

Head of School of Nursing, Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Kingston University and St George's, University of London.

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Overview

Julia Gale is head of the School of Nursing within Kingston University's Faculty of Health, Social Care amd Education, a joint venture with St George's, University of London. She has overall responsibility for the nursing courses offered by the faculty, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. A former nurse, and now educator, she is also primarily concerned with improving practice and standards of care in nursing, as well as looking at how continual professional development is delivered to staff.

 

 

  

 

Qualifications

Year gained Subject
2002 PhD, South Bank University.
1993 BSc (Hons), Health Studies, South Bank University.
1992 Diploma in Counselling and Supervision, Roehampton Institute of H/E.
1990 Cert Ed (FE), Brooklands College.
1983 RNMH, Manor School of Nursing, Epsom.

Career Highlights

Year Position held
1988 - Head of School of Nursing, Academic team leader, pathway leader, nurse lecturer, Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, in the School of Nursing, Kingston University and St George's, University of London.
1977 - 1988 Senior nurse, ward sister, staff nurse - Manor Hospital, Epsom, Surrey.

Research

  • Tolley, K, Gale, J, Acton, L (2010) Inclusion of Service users in 'snapshot' assessments in year 2 and 3 of the pre registration programme at Kingston University and St George's University of London. Quality Matters, Issue 09: The NMC QA Project eNewsletter
  • Fergy, S, Ooms, A, Gale, J, Burke, L. Paper Denver April 2010 Evaluation of the Development, Delivery and Sustainability of a blended learning initiative, Part Time Undergraduate Students on Health Care Practice Programmes.
  • Fergy, S and Gale, J and Ooms, A (2009) NHS London evaluative project "implementation of blended learning in CPD".
  • Lam, D and Gale, J (2004), Cognitive behaviour therapy: an evidence based clinical framework for working with dysfunctional thoughts. Counselling Psychology Quarterly Vol. 17, No 1: 53-67.
  • Lam, D and Gale, J (2000), Cognitive behaviour therapy: teaching a client the ABC model - the first steps towards the process of change. Journal of Advanced Nursing, Vol. 31 (2): 444-451.
  • Gale, J (1998), Learning disability: Dimensions of professional empowerment. Journal of Learning Disabilities for Nursing, Health and Social Care, Vol. 2 (2): 110-115.

Conference Highlights

Julia has attended numerous conferences, where she has presented in her areas of expertise.

Professional Body Membership

2007 - present: vice chair, International Nursing Assessment Consortium (Hong Kong).

 

 

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