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Job Title: Associate Professor (Undergraduate Workforce Development)
Phone: 020 8725 5153/ 07837 780158
As Course Director for the BSc/DipHE Health Care Practice, Jo's main responsibility is to co-ordinate, plan, evaluate and develop this large programme. She also have overall management responsibility for the Foundation Degree in Healthcare Practice as well as co-ordinating study day and bespoke activity within the undergraduate workforce development framework.
Other responsibilities include teaching on a range of cardiac and acute care modules and acting as a clinical liaison tutor for cardiac wards at St George's Hospital.
An analysis tool for 12-lead ECG interpretation.
British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 1(5),
ISSN (print) 1749-6403
Using the 12-lead ECG to assess acute coronary patients.
British Journal of Nursing, 14(21),
ISSN (print) 0966-0461
Gregory, Jo and Manuel, Darrel
Collaboration for the successful development of blended learning in healthcare.
In: Linsey, Tim, (ed.)
Quality enhancement in learning and teaching: How Kingston University is improving the student experience.
Kingston University Academic Development Centre.
Gregory, Jo, Llewellyn, Lucie and Lui, Lee
An evaluation of the quality and impact of a new Foundation Degree in Healthcare Practice.
In: 10th Faculty Conference 2014: Empowering Partnerships;
17 Jul 2014, Kingston, U.K..
Evaluation of two innovative blended e-learning modules: an exploratory study of participants' engagement.
In: BACCN National Conference 2010: Taking Pride in Practice, Celebrating 25 Years;
13-14 Sep 2010, Southport, U.K..
Developing a blended e-learning 12 lead ECG module: challenges and successes.
In: BACCN 23rd Annual Conference: Caring, Competence and Collaboration;
15-17 Sep 2008, York, U.K..