Dr Jan Quallington
Head of Institute of Health and Society
Institute of Health & Society
tel: 01905 85 5041
RGN, Cert Ed (FE), BEd Hons (1st class), PG Cert Leadership, MA, D Med Eth
Teaching & Research
Ethical Foundations of National Screening Programmes for Women
Ethical Decision Making by Nurses
Ethical Reflection in Practice
Public Involvement in Health
My teaching and research interests are centred on how philosophical and ethical theory can be applied to enhance and improve practice in the health and care sectors.
Specifically my research interests are:
- Values led care
- Involving the public in decision making
- Risk management and ethical leadership
- End of life issues
- Research ethics
As a leader in healthcare I am committed to developing a compassionate, competent workforce that will transform healthcare to meet health the health challenges of the future. I am a member of the Steering Group for the Centre for Ethical Leadership. http://www.ethicalleadership.org/
Fellow Higher Education Academy
RGN - Nursing and Midwifery Council
ENB Cardiothoracic Nursing
Registered Nurse Teacher - Nursing and Midwifery Council
Member of International Association of Bioethics
Quallington, J and Perry J (2014) Patient-centred research: a new approach to care. Practice Nursing Vol 25: No 2. pp 94-97
Quallington, J (June 2013) Commissioning for Health in a Complex Environmental. Academy for Justice Commissioning. Summer Bulletin. Academy for Justice
Quallington, J (3rd August 2012) Celebrate the Pioneering Move to Raise Education Status (of nurses) Opinion Piece Nursing Times
Quallington, J Opinion Piece, The Daily Telegraph, January 2013
Quallington, J, Davies-Ward E, Baume, K (Sep 2012) Presentation of HEI Role in Care Quality at Nurse Education Today Conference
Quallington, J (May 2012) Presentations - 1) Course Construction and Design and 2) A Model for Developing Nurse Leaders in Guanghua Nurses Fund Conference in Beijing
T Tilmouth, Quallington J (2012) Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People's Services, Abingdon, Hodder Education
Quallington J (2012) Ethical Reflection: a means of enhancing practice Chapter in Ghaye, A., Lilleyman, S and Gillespie, A. (Eds) Empowerment Through Reflection (2nd Edition), Quay Book Publications.
Quallington J. (2000) Ethical Reflection: a means of enhancing practice Chapter in Ghaye, A., Lilleyman, S and Gillespie, A. (2000) Empowerment Through Reflection, Mark Allen Publications.
Cuthbert, S, Quallington, J. (2001) Developing Ethical Practice Through Problem Based Learning. Paper presented at 2nd Asia Problem Based Learning Conference, Singapore pbl.tp.edu.sg/PBL%20Subjects/Articles/CuthbertQuallington.pdf -
Cuthbert, S. and Quallington, J. (2008) Values for Care Practice. Hampshire, Reflect Press.
Presentation workshop at Launch of Centre for Ethical Leadership at the University of Worcester.
Workshop title: "Involving the Public in the organisation and planning of Public Services"
Workshop to be presented on 6th September 2011 at the University of Worcester - "Learning the lessons from Public Inquiries"
Reviewer on the Nursing and Midwifery Council
Institutional reviewer for the Quality Assurance Agency
Trustee of Charles Hastings Medical Education Centre - Worcestershire Health Education Company Ltd
Governor, St Richard's Hospice, Worcester