Jill Wild

Jill Wild

Associate Head (Business & Engagement)

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  • E: j.wild@salford.ac.uk
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Office Times

Monday  - 8.30 am – 5.00pm

Tuesday - 8.30 am – 5.00pm

Wednesday - 8.30 am – 5.00pm

Thursday - 8.30 am – 5.00pm

Friday - 8.30 am – 5.00pm

Biography

I joined the University of Salford in 1996 as a Senior Lecturer in Nursing following the transfer of Nurse Education from the NHS where I had been a Nurse educator since 1979. I have held many leadership posts in the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work including Associate Head Teaching & Learning (1999-2003), Head of School (2003-2007), Director Life Long Learning (2008-2012) and I am currently Associate Head (Business and engagement). Since 2008 I have had responsibility for managing the NHS North West CPD/PQ contract on behalf of the College of Health and Social Care.  I currently represent the University on the following:

2007 – Appointed Governor Bolton NHS Foundation Trust

2008 – Member Greater Manchester Strategic CPD Network

2011 – 2012 NHS North West  CPD Electronic Monitoring Tool Senior User Group

2012 – Director of Health and Education Co-operative Ltd

My academic interests focus on leadership and management with particular interests in leadership development, strategic management and health care organisations.  I have a particular interest in work based learning and employer based education. I teach on the School’s post qualification undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes, and supervise postgraduate dissertation students.

In my role as Associate Head (Business & Engagement) I am interested in engaging with employers from public, private and 3rd sector organisations in supporting them develop their workforce. I am able to develop bespoke study days and short courses that meet the needs or an organisation or I am able to explore opportunities for accrediting employer delivered education.

Teaching

MSc Leadership and Management for Health Care Practice

Module Leader -Leading and Managing in Health Care Organisations

BSc (Hons) Enhancing Professional Health Care Practice

Module Leader – Leading People Through Effective Interaction

Work based learning

Research Interests

Organizational development

Leadership development

Employer led education

Qualifications and Memberships

RGN,

 Diploma in  Nursing (London),

RCNT, RNT,Cert Ed,

Post Grad Diploma Management Studies,

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Registered Nurse with Nursing and Midwifery Council

Higher Education Academy - Fellow

Publications

Leigh J, Rutherford J, Wild J, Cappleman J, Hynes C. (2012) Using the Patchwork Text Assessment as a Vehicle for Evaluating Students’ Perceptions of their Clinical leadership Development. Nurse Education in Practice (12) pp 46-51.

Staniland K , Rosen L and  Wild J. ( 2011) Staff Support in Continuing Professional Development.  Nursing Management. April/ vol 18, number 1, pp 33-37

Neville,L. and Wild, J. (2008) Tips for Learning ; Anatomy and Physiology. British Journal of Health Care Assistants. May 2008 Vol 2. No 05

Wild,J. and Neville,L. (2008) Tips for Learning : Effective Time Management. British Journal of Health Care Assistants. Sept 2008. Vol 2. No 9

Jackson,S., Hides,M. and Wild,J. (2008) The EFQM Excellence Model in Higher Education: Getting started; ensuring added value.

Wize Up Publications

Wild, J., Johnstone, A. and Steed, C. (2003) Applying Self – Assessment against the EFQM Excellence Model in Further and Higher Education, HEFCE, http://excellence.shu.ac.uk/