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Biography

Jessie joined the Integrating Mental and Physical healthcare: Research Training and Services (IMPARTS) team at King’s Health Partners in September 2019, leading the team on implementation in clinical services.

Jessie qualified as a children’s nurse at KCL in 2002, and is a public health nurse (health visitor) and nurse teacher. She obtained her MA in Practice Education in 2019 at London South Bank University and a Darzi fellowship in Leadership in Healthcare in 2015-16.

Expertise

Jessie is a member of the Royal College of Nursing eHealth forum and fellow of the HEA.

Publications

Co-author:

Hayes, Daniel, Julian Edbrooke‐Childs, Kate Martin, Joanna Reid, Rob Brown, Jessie McCulloch, and Louise Morton. "Increasing person‐centred care in paediatrics." The clinical teacher 17, no. 4 (2020): 389-394.

Martin, Kate, Louise Morton, Joanna Reid, Amy Feltham, James William Reid, Grace Jeremy, and Jessie McCulloch. "The Me first communication model." Nursing children and young people 31, no. 2 (2019).

Atwal, A; da Costa, H; Mantell, A; Mobbs, S; McCulloch, J (2018) Service users and academics teaching together in nurse education. Nursing Times. Vol 114 Issue 6

Oral presentations:

Atwal, A & McCulloch, J (September 2019) Humanising communication with children and young people: The impact of 'Me First' health coaching training. 30th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Keele. (Oral).

McCulloch, J (March 2017) Mentoring Matters: Developing children's nurses in out of hospital settings. RCN Education Forum International Conference & Exhibition 2017, Cardiff.(oral)