The Department of Advanced and Integrated Practice at London South Bank University is leading the field as a modern University, providing education to health and social care practitioners working across a contemporary practice landscape. We continue to develop an innovative academic portfolio of activity at undergraduate, postgraduate and CPPD that is ensuring students, at whatever stage of their career, are being challenged to meet the demands of sustainable community health and wellbeing. Working as a key leader in the field of Mental Health, and or Learning Disability, your contribution will be to the Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities Policy Unit, as we continue to work to improve parity of esteem and raising the profile of seldom heard communities through active participation in research through to policy change.
For the Associate Professor position we require applicants who are research active, can deliver high quality education, have experience of course and project management, have a specialist clinical or research area of expertise, such as delivery of recognized quality interventions for people with mental health issues. If you are working at Advanced Practice level and/or researching into practice driven areas where the wellbeing of the population can be enhanced, we want to hear from you and seek out how to further enhance yours and our student's careers at LSBU.
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Our students are central to the future health and social care workforce. We expect applicants to have led in their field, whether in education, contemporary workforce requirements or research. As Associate Professor in the Department, you will need to have experience and interest in a variety of innovative curriculum delivery, working in a student focused way that can maximize educational activities through utilizing the digital and technological tools and approaches available.
We are looking to promote a coproduction model in terms of clinical placements, being linked directly to client need, through for example the work of the School's People's Academy. We are particularly keen to receive applicants from black and ethnic minority groups and from people with a drive to influence and innovate in the field of mental health and or learning disability advanced nursing practice.
Opportunity to develop strong links with other Schools at LSBU, where health and wellbeing is a central driver, are widely available. In addition, there is huge potential to be entrepreneurial, working with external industry partners to form interesting collaborations that make a real life impact on the daily lives of the population.
If this sounds exciting and is the next step in your professional career, then please make any informal enquires to either:
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For any further information on the job post, please contact the Recruiting Manager; Professor Sally Hardy, +44 207 815 8022 or Professor Eddie Chaplin +44 207 815 7010
Please Note: The Job Reference for this post is REQ2486