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Jacqueline Hutchison

Assistant Professor

Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

Jackie is a dedicated and experienced Adult Nurse Lecturer with expertise in the NHS and University Sector.  Her specialist expertise is in Critical Care with particular emphasis on Intensive Care. She has a degree in Sociology and Social Anthroplogy. In her teaching role she has developed and lead modules in acute and critical care of the adult as well as leading modules that apply the social sciences to delivering nursing care. Throughout her career she has had responsibilities for programme management, module leadership and teaching on a range of pre-registration and post-registration programmes. 


Jacqueline Hutchison

Jackie's research interests have been influenced by the philosophical ideas of the lifeworld and the patient's experiences of long-term conditions.  Additionally, she is interested in how health policy, has been pivotal in transforming models of health delivery.  Her research has also considered how discourses of individualism, influence strategies for health promotion and behaviour change and impact upon the patient experience.   

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • What choice? Risk and responsibilisation in cardiovascular health policy, Hutchison, J., Holdsworth, J. 1 May 2021, In: Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine
  • Scandals in health-care: their impact on health policy and nursing, Hutchison, J. 1 Mar 2016, In: Nursing Inquiry
  • Anti-Oppressive Practice and Reflexive Lifeworld-Led Approaches to Care: A Framework for Teaching Nurses about Social Justice, Hutchison, J. 8 Mar 2015, In: Nursing Research and Practice

  • Research Methods PGCert June 01 2021
  • Teacher Training (University) PGCert January 01 2021
  • June 02 1997
  • June 01 1996
  • Sociology BA (Hons) June 01 1996
  • Intensive Care Course and Teaching and Learning course ENB 100- and 998 1991
  • State Registered General Nurse Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) 1986

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