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Innovation Hub for Workforce Transformation

Workforce Transformation Hub Middlesex University

Our vision

We will be seen as a valuable resource for driving innovation in workforce development and transformation. We will build on our reputation as responsive, flexible education and service providers to support excellence in delivering high quality services focused on the needs of service users.

We will actively support the development of clinical leaders to drive workforce innovation and engage in co-production with service users.

Our mission

We will consistently strive for excellence, always placing the needs of service users first. This will be achieved in a context that promotes diversity and inclusiveness whilst valuing freedom of academic enquiry and professionalism.

Who are we? 

Professor Kay Caldwell  |  Head of the WT Hub 
Richard Beaumont  |  Deputy Dean
Claire Johnstone  |  Nurse Director Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust, Honorary Clinical                                         Professor  
Deborah Sanders  |  Nurse Director Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, Honorary Clinical                                              Professor  
Bronagh Scott  |  Nurse Director Barnet, Enfield and Haringey NHS Trust, Honorary Clinical Professor
Mary Sexton  |  Nurse Director Barnet, Enfield and Haringey NHS Trust, Honorary Clinical Professor
Lisa Smith  |  Deputy Director of Nursing and Workforce Development Whittington Health, Honorary                                     Clinical Fellow
Dr Carmel Clancy  |  Head of Department of Mental Health, Social Work and Integrative Medicine
Dr Sinead Mehigan  |  Head of Department of Adult, Child and Midwifery
Professor Michael Traynor  |  Professor of Nursing Policy 
Kathy Wilson  |  Head of Practice Based Learning
Marion Taylor  |  Associate Professor
Lucille Allain  |  Associate Professor

Our projects

Our current and recent projects fall within three main domains of work.

Exploring the nature and scope of work undertaken in health and social care

  • Scoping the role of the nurse consultant
  • Scoping the extent to which internationally trained nurses are employed as support workers
  • Evaluation of care certificate training
  • Introduction and evaluation of clinical supervision

Developing educational opportunities for the existing health and social care workforce 

Enhancing the education and training of the health and social care workforce

  • Development and enhancement of mentorship and placement learning
  • Supporting learning opportunities for nursing students in GP practices
  • Lead mentor role and decision-making regarding student placement capacity

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