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Co- Chair of Critical Care National Network Nurse Lead Forum (CC3N) & North of England Critical Care Network Manager and Lead Nurse
Critical Care National Network Nurse Lead Forum (CC3N) North of England Critical Care Network
Julie qualified as an RN in Durham and then went on to work in the private sector for 13 years. During these years she developed an interest in the more acute aspect of nursing practice leading her to further her training in High Dependency Care. This prompted a move back into the public sector to further her knowledge and experience. Her career developed and led her to work in Critical Care where she moved through the ranks from a Band 5 to a Band 7 Education Facilitator. This is where she found her niche and developed a passion for developing and supporting others, recognising that if we don't look after our staff, we won't have anyone to look after the patients.
Her career led her to work in the Critical Care Network in the North of England first as a secondment but moving into a substantive role where she has been for the last 10 years. Within this role she has taken the lead on number of local and national service improvement projects such as the development and facilitation of the National Competency Framework for Registered Nurses working in Critical Care and continue in the development a support of others.
More recently she was appointed to Chair of the Critical Care National Network Nurse Leads Forum (CC3N) which coincided with the onset of the COVID19 global pandemic, a very challenging time for Critical Care. Having a seat at the table in the development of national policy over this time gave her the opportunity to ensure the nurses voice was heard, enabling her to influence developments for the future of the service ensuring a safe care for the patients and supportive structures for the nurses. Collaborating with other organisations, HEE on Critical Care education standardising both credits attained and also cost while changing to a blended delivery making it more accessible to the staff. Also, NHSE on the rollout of Professional Nurse Advocates (PNA’s) with Critical Care chosen as the first area to introduce this roll into the establishment.
To have been given this opportunity she feels very privileged and would like to thank all the critical care nurses for their support and dedication.
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