Jacqueline Leigh

Dr Jacqueline Leigh is a Professor of Nurse Education Practice at the University of Salford and is a Registered Nurse. Her contributions made to learning and teaching have positively influenced the University of Salford activities and have had national and international reach. An advocate for inter-professional, evidence- based education, teaching and learning, Jacqueline has significant experience in developing and evaluating innovative curricula that meets workforce needs in health and social care. She leads the inter-professional Educational Research and Scholarship Cluster at the University of Salford and works across Greater Manchester creating opportunities for the development of the healthcare workforce around interprofessional supervision and assessment in clinical practice. Jacqueline’s expertise in nurse education practice is recognised at the highest level receiving multiple learning and teaching awards including UK/International Advance HE Principal Fellow, National Teaching Fellow, Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence, and multiple University of Salford Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teaching Awards. As an experienced NHS Leadership Academy Healthcare Leadership 360 Feedback Facilitator, Jacqueline coaches and mentors senior healthcare leaders as part of the North West Leadership Academy mentoring scheme. She is on the editorial board of British Journal of Nursing and deputy chair of Healthwatch Salford.

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Supervising and Assessing Student Nurses and Midwives in Clinical Practice

A practical guide for healthcare practitioners who are responsible for the supervision and assessment of students, supporting them to achieve the NMC’s standards of proficiency in their field.

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