Jessica Powell

Jessica Powell

Individual Partner: Jessica Powell, Lecturer – Department of Health Sciences, University of York. Registered Nurse.

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Brief Description of Work: I am a registered nurse with a clinical background in cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation. I am also a lecturer in Adult Nursing and teach across a various undergraduate and post-graduate programmes; and an NMC teacher and instructor in Advanced Life Support for the RCUK.

I have special interests and experience in education using simulation, particularly inter-disciplinary team working, complex decision making and the personal and team values that contribute towards complex care decisions.  Other interests include technology enhanced learning, clinical skills teaching, electrocardiography and acute care. I am keen to explore the potential advantages of incorporating VBP in to curriculum planning and development.

Key Words: Resident in: UK Working in: UK

Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications/website, Communications/other, Education/simulation/complex decision-making, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar), Meeting/other, Policy/Commissioning, Policy, Publications/CUP series, Publications, Research/philosophy, Research, Services/person-centered, Services/teamwork; Related Area(s) of Interest: Communication skills, Decision theory, Evidence-based practice, Ethics; Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Simulation Based Education, Nursing, Communication Skills and Human factors, Evidence-Based Practice, Cardiology and Electrocardiography, Advanced Life Support, Acute care and assessment, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Shared-decision making, Trauma care.

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Key Areas of Collaboration

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Values-based Surgical Care

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