Julie Moody arrived at Middlesex University in January 2012. Julie is a Registered Adult Nurse with experience in ITU, Cardio-Thoracic ITU, Elderly Care, and latterly as Senior Nurse for ten years in an Acute Surgical Environment.
Julie's qualifications are MSc Advanced Nursing Practice, BSc(Hons) Health Studies, PGCHE, FAETC, Diploma in Management Studies. Her teaching background is predominantly in HE but she has also gained teaching and curriculum experience in FE.
Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education London South Bank University 2000 Diploma Management Studies London South Bank University 2002 MSc Advanced Nursing Practice Sunderland University 1998 Further Adult Education Teaching Certificate Newcastle College 1997 BSc Hons Health Studies 2(1) Sunderland University 1996 Registered General Nurse (Adult) English National Board Oct 1990 Registered Lecturer and Practice Educator
Univeraity and Colleges Union - Full Member
Nursing and Midwifery Council - Registered Nurse and Registered Practice Educator
Institute for Learning - Full Member
Validation and Approvals Committee (Middlesex University)
Dip Nursing/BSc Nursing/Overseas Nursing Programme
Queens University Belfast 2007-2011
8/2011 to 11/2011 F/T Curriculum Manager Newham FE College
9/1998 to 7/2010 F/T Principal Lecturer Adult Nursing London South Bank University, Assessments and Examinations Officer, Course Director
9/2007 to 9/2011 P/T External Examiner Queens University, Belfast
8/200 to 7/2009 P/T Senior Staff Nurse in Private Hospital BUPA/Spire Healthcare
9/1997 to 9/1998 P/T Lecturer, Vocational Studies Northumberland College
9/1996 to 9/1998 P/T Night Sister, Private Nursing Lansbury Court, Sunderland
5/1994 to 11/1995 F/T Head of Nursing Services, Royal Masonic Benevolent institute
10/1990 to 8/1993 F/T Staff Nurse, ITU, Medical/Surgical Nursing Newcastle Health Authority
Research and Scholarly Activity
Currently Teaching and/or Developing:
Programme leader Year 3 BSc(Hons) Nursing (Adult)
Pre Registration Year 3 Complex Health Needs and OSCA Assessment
Pre Registration Year 1 Foundation Skills for Nursing
Post Registration NSA3633 Mentorship Preparation
Module Leader Assistant Practitioner Programme NIP2006 Year 2 Care of the Acutely Ill Adult
Module Leader Assistant Practitioner Programme NIP2007 Year 2 Long Term Conditions
Areas of Speciality Interest:
Professional Accountability and Regulation
Advanced Life Support
Professional Regulation, Escalating Concerns and the Performance of Regulatory Bodies
Pharmacology and Phamakokinetics for the Non-Medical Prescriber
Private Healthcare Provision Market
Misconduct in Pre Registration Nurse Training
Recruitment and Attrition in Nursing
Value of e-Assessment in Nurse Education
Liu, Liang Q. and Moody, Julie and Deegan, Rachel and Gall, Angela (2016) What are the evidence about electrical stimulation for pressure ulcer prevention and treatment in Spinal Cord Injury? – A systematic review and meta-analysis. In: Horizons in Neuroscience Research. Volume 24. Costa, Andres and Villalba, Eugenio , eds. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 21-58. ISBN 9781634843256
Liu, Liang Q. and Moody, Julie and Gall, Angela (2016) A quantitative, pooled analysis and systematic review of controlled trials on the impact of electrical stimulation settings and placement on pressure ulcer healing rates in persons with spinal cord injuries. Ostomy Wound Management, 62 (7). pp. 16-34. ISSN 0889-5899
Liu, Liang Q. and Moody, Julie and Gall, Angela (2015) Do electrical stimulation enhance pressure ulcer healing in people living with spinal cord injuries: a meta-analysis and systematic review of randomised and non-randomised controlled trials. In: 25th Conference of the European Wound Management Association (EWMA 2015), 13-15 May 2015, ExCeL London, UK.
Liu, Liang Q. and Moody, Julie and Dyson, Sue E. and Traynor, Michael and Gall, Angela (2014) A systematic review of neuromuscular electrical stimulation for pressure ulcer care in spinal cord injuries. In: The 53rd ISCoS Annual Scientific Meeting, 02-04 Sep 2014, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Liu, Liang Q. and Moody, Julie and Gall, Angela (2014) Electrical stimulation for pressure ulcer treatment in people with spinal cord injuries: a meta analysis and systematic review. In: The 17th European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel Annual Meeting 2014 (EPUAP 2014), 27-29 Aug 2014, Stockholm, Sweden.