Julie Wintrup

Higher Ed Teacher In Health Sciences

Dr Julie Wintrup

I work in higher education, teaching and supervising health professional students at various levels, from undergraduate to doctoral study, across several disciplines. I also lead an interdisciplinary ethics module open to all undergraduate students. I am an occupational therapist by profession and my subject areas include decision making in health and care, psychosocial aspects of health, qualitative research methods, and health ethics.

This site is a repository for resources – mine and students’ – and a space to experiment with ideas through the blog. Welcome!

Recent Writing

RAISE SIG, Research and evaluation in student engagement, London Met, 16th November 2017

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

Thanks to Wilko and Stuart for inviting me to the RAISE SIG event. Here are my powerpoint slides: J Wintrup RAISE SIG LONDON MET 16TH […]

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#BrighterBerkshire: A Year of Mental Health

Sunday, February 19th, 2017

**15th November 2017: I must update this blog since stepping away from this project. Still on my to-do list and likely to be around the […]

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#EverydayEthics2016

Monday, May 9th, 2016

It’s Monday evening and our conference is almost here! We’re looking forward to welcoming delegates, presenters and keynotes to our second Everyday Ethics conference, 10th […]

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