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Clare De Normanville MA, PgD (Dist), RNT, PGCE, RN, FHEA

Principal Lecturer in Adult Nursing


Summary

I am involved in supporting the Athena SWAN and Employability agendas in the department. These reflect my teaching and research areas of interest around leadership and workforce development with a focus on creating the conditions for individuals to flourish and reach their full potential. Additionally I am UK Business Development Lead for the Department, actively marketing and promoting our CPD products and services.

About

I have an extensive range of education; project management; research and evaluation skills, and a proven track record in implementing new strategic roles and functions that require substantial culture shift and workforce engagement. For example, I led the Sheffield Hallam University Team who developed the NHS Yorkshire & The Humber Prevention and Lifestyle Behaviour Change Competence Framework for Making Every Contact Count (MECC) that has been widely adopted across the NHS in England.



I have a varied portfolio of responsibility in the Department, including Business Development; employability, staff engagement, mentorship and staff development. I am also the line manager for our dedicated team of Associate Lecturers.

My teaching activity is mainly focused on interprofessional education and encompasses both pre & post graduate delivery including dissertation supervision.

Teaching

I am a member of the teaching team for the Undergraduate Interprofessional Education (IPE) Modules. I also teach on the 'Application of Critical Thinking and Reflection in Practice' CPD Module. In addition, I supervise masters dissertation students, and contribute to a number of our CPD courses, particularly around leadership and management; education and research.


Research

I am currently working on a project with Professor Jo Cooke at NIHR CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber to evaluate the Yorkshire and Humber Clinical Academic Internship for Non-Medical Clinicians, Post Masters Level. I am also part of a University team, evaluating the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme.

Publications

Journal articles

Nelson, A., De Normanville, C., Payne, K., & Kelly, M.P. (2013). Making every contact count : an evaluation. Public Health, 127 (7), 653-660. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2013.04.013

Reports

Payne, K., De Normanville, C., Stansfield, K., Barnett, N., Machaczek, K., Qutishat, D., ... Smewing, C. (2010). Prevention and lifestyle behaviour change : a competence framework. NHS Yorkshire and The Humber. http://www.makingeverycontactcount.co.uk/docs/Prevention%20and%20Lifestyle%20Behaviour%20Change%20A%20Competence%20Framework.pdf

Tod, A., De Normanville, C., Mcclimens, A., & Ismail, M. (2009). Evaluating the engagement of seldom heard groups in commissioning health services. SHU. http://www.academia.edu/5787199/Evaluating_the_Engagement_of_Seldom_Heard_Groups_in_Commissioning_Health_Services

Presentations

De Normanville, C., Wren, D., & Ridley-Duff, R. (2015). Workforce participation : learning from the co-operative sector. Presented at: 5th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise, Helsinki

Other activities

Steering Group member for the NHS Athena SWAN Project at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

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