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.
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.
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.
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.
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de Normanville, C, Flynn, E. (2014) Capitalisation & Trading Challenges for Emergent Social Care Co-operatives in the UK: A Case Study. Co-operatives in local and regional development. International Co-operative Alliance Research Conference. Pula, Croatia.
DE NORMANVILLE, Clare, WREN, David and RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory (2015). Workforce participation : learning from the co-operative sector. In: 5th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise, Helsinki, June 30th - 3rd July. (In Press)
NELSON, A., DE NORMANVILLE, C., PAYNE, K. and KELLY, M. P. (2013). Making every contact count : an evaluation. Public Health, 127 (7), 653-660.
PAYNE, K, DE NORMANVILLE, Clare, STANSFIELD, Karen, BARNETT, Nicholas, MACHACZEK, Katarzyna, QUTISHAT, Dania, OKASHEH, Rasha, ION, V, WICKS, H and SMEWING, Ch (2010). Prevention and lifestyle behaviour change : a competence framework. Project Report. NHS Yorkshire and The Humber.
TOD, Angela, DE NORMANVILLE, Clare, MCCLIMENS, Alex and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2009). Evaluating the engagement of seldom heard groups in commissioning health services. Project Report. SHU.
Steering Group member for the NHS Athena SWAN Project at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
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