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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.


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



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)