Learning and Teaching:
I work part-time for the Centre for Allied Health, St George’s, University of London where I deliver learning and teaching, project work and bespoke commissions including short courses and supervision for health professionals.
I have led the Advancing Clinical Education and Supervision module (ACES) which is a core module in the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and Integrated Degree Apprenticeship for Advanced Clinical Practice at St George’s University of London. The module is mapped to the Education Pillar of the Health Education England Multi-professional framework for advanced clinical practice in England (2017).
It’s anticipated that the ACES module will run in the Spring term of 2023.
Bespoke education and training
I provide short courses, bespoke training and supervision for health and social care professionals.
Enquiries about all work commissioned via St George’s University of London should be directed via the email in my university profile
Research and Evaluation Projects:
Examples of my commissioned project work:
Project work with national arm’s length bodies
Commissioned projects for NHS Improvement
These Allied Health Professions’ Leadership Projects have been delivered in collaboration with my colleague Liz Treadwell, Associate Professor, Centre for Allied Health, Kingston and St George’s University of London
Commissioned projects and work with Health Education England include:
You will find videos to support the Workplace Supervision Guidance here
November 2021 Health Education England, Centre for Advancing Practice Conference – Keynote presentation and Expert Panel Discussion:
Supervision – Leading the way in developing extraordinary advanced practitioners
Expert Panel Discussion – Supervision
Health Education England, London Region Advanced Practice Faculty Advanced Practice Weekly Podcast
February 2022: Using Kolb’s experiential learning cycle in advanced practice supervision
Enquiries about all work commissioned via Kingston and St George’s University of London should be directed via the email in my university profile
Work with social enterprise and not-for-profit organisations:
Webinars for Bridges Self-Management
May 2020: The Permeable Practitioner – Dealing with uncertainty in clinical practice
This collaboration includes the wisdom of collaborator Arnie Puntis and I encourage you to seek Arnie out on Twitter @arnie_puntis. Arnie and I collaborate again with Bridges Self-Management here:
August 2020: Reflections on patient-professional interactions and remote working: similar but different
June 2021: Bridgescast – The Bridges Self-management Podcast with Scott Ballard-Ridley: Episode 9
For more episodes of the Bridges’ podcast visit Bridgescast
To find out more about the work of Bridges visit the Bridges Self-Management website
Guest blogs for intandem.co.uk
Visit the intandem website to find out more
Guest podcast for SLTeaTime
SLTeaTime is a podcast series opening up discussions around race, ethnicity & lived experiences of Speech and Language Therapists and Speech and Language Therapy Students in the UK from under-represented/misunderstood communities.
In August 2021 I joined a conversation about how SLTs can make the most of supervision and how we can develop our professional identity?
Find the podcast in the link below:
The permeable practitioner is the central idea in my PhD which you can find here . There’s no need to plough through the whole thesis! If you want a summary of the ideas head to chapter 5 and figure 16 on p245. What really matters is how we can use these ideas in practice – and that’s what this website is about
PhD Acknowledgements The idea of the permeable practitioner could not have been developed without the support and encouragement of my PhD supervisors, Professor Annette Boaz and Professor Deborah Bowman
Completing the final stages of the PhD was made possible with the support in 2019 of a National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) PhD Write-Up Stipend awarded from the South London Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, (CLAHRC) now the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) South London.