Department:School of Nursing & Midwifery
Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery
Julie Teatheredge has a background in mental health nursing, mastered in psychoanalysis. She teaches research levels 6-8 and also teaches mentorship, child and adolescent mental health and pre-registration nursing.
Julie worked as a mental health nurse in acute care for 15 years, working as a charge nurse for the last five years in the community. Initially employed part-time by Anglia Polytechnic University seconded from the Trust, she has worked as a full-time senior lecturer with the University since 2003.
Julie's PhD thesis examined mentorship in mental health nursing. Her primary research interests are in mental health and child and adolescent mental health.
Julie has supervised masters students since 2002 and is currently supervising masters and PhD students.
Julie is the current module leader (faculty) for the undergraduate major project. She teaches research, mentorship, many aspects of mental health, child and adolescent mental health including developmental issues, long term conditions, study skills, collaborative working, play therapy, the craft of caring and interpersonal skills.
Teatheredge, J. (2011). A study to explore the shifting perceptions of mentorship in mental health nursing: How do nurses and student nurses view the concept of mentorship? European 11th Doctoral Conference in Nursing Science in Berlin Germany.
Teatheredge, J. (2012). A study to explore the shifting perceptions of mentoring in mental health nursing. 4th International Nurse Education Conference, Baltimore, America, 17-20 June 2012.
Teatheredge, J. (2013) A study to explore the shifting perceptions of mentorship in mental health nursing: How do nurses and student nurses view the concept of mentorship? Psychiatric nurse international congress, Winnipeg, Canada. May 2013
Teatheredge, J., Miller, M. (2014). Haven’t a clue. Anglia Teaching and learning Conference. Cambridge. July 2014.