Julie is a Senior Lecturer within the School of Nursing and Allied Health.
She is a registered nurse with experience ranging from General Medicine and Surgery to Intensive Care and High Dependency Nursing.
Her teaching expertise is within Medical Law and Ethics and she teaches across several programmes within the faculty and module leads on the BSc and MSc programmes.
Julie is a member of the Faculty Research Ethics Panel FREP, Member of Northwest BACCN Committee and also is an Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Julie commenced her PhD in 2012 following the successful completion of the MRes at LJMU and she completed her PhD in 2016.
Julie's research interests are Professional Conduct, Fitness to Practise and Case Study research.
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, BSC (hons) Nursing Studies
Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
University of Keele, United Kingdom, Masters of Arts
Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, Master of Research
Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom, PhD
Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing and Allied Health, Liverpool John Moores University, 2004 - present
Jones I, Ann Hayes J, Williams J, Lonsdale H. 2019. Does electronic decision support influence advanced life support in simulated cardiac arrest? British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 14 :72-79 DOI Public Url
Jones I, Hayes JA, morrell scott N. Should I stay or should I go? An exploration of the decision-making bhaviour of acute cardiac patients during the COVID-19 pandemic Heart and Lung: the journal of acute and critical care, Public Url
Carreon RP, Hayes JA, Leavey C. 2018. THE VOICES OF CAREGIVERS IN A NURSING HOME IN LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND: A QUALITATIVE RESEARCH STUDY SURROUNDING THEIR EXPERIENCES OF CARING FOR PATIENTS WITH HUNTINGTON'S DISEASE JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY, Plenary Meeting of the European-Huntington's-Disease-Network (EHDN) 89 :A76-A76 DOI Author Url
Hayes J. 2017. Values-Based Nursing and Fitness to Practise Issues SCOTT A. KEY CONCEPTS AND ISSUES IN NURSING ETHICS Springer INTERNATIONAL 978-3-319-49249-0 DOI
Shaw L, Hayes J, Smith G. 2016. Care and Compassion Smith GM. Dementia Care A Practical Approach CRC Press. Boca Raton 9781482245738
Hayes J. 2014. Understanding Undergraduate Student Nurse Fitness to Practise Decisions: A Simulated Case Study Approach RCN Research Conference Glasgow
Hayes J. Decision-Making: understanding undergraduate fitness to practise panels using a simulated case study approach Porcellato L, Malin A, Kane R. Public Url
Editorial/letter to the editor
Hayes J-A, Jones I, Roberts D. More than semantics: promoting and protecting nurse education in the 21st century British Journal of Cardiac Nursing,
Understanding Student Paramedic Fitness to Practise- a simulated case study approach, UK Student Paramedic Conference, Hatfield, Oral presentation. 2014
Children and Capacity, College of Paramedic Practice- Annual Conference, Liverpool John Moores University, Oral presentation. 2011
Student nurses' perceptions of dealing with complex situations: a qualitative study., RCN Research Conference, Gateshead, Oral presentation. 2010
Excellence award- Recognition of Distinction- Scenario In a day team, Liverpool John Moores University. 2014
Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. 2006
Membership of professional bodies:
Fellow, The Higher Education Academy.
Registered ADULT Nurse, Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Liverpool John Moores University, Public Health England.