Julie Mills



College: College of Social Sciences and International Studies
Discipline: Education
Department: GSE
Research Centre/Unit: CRPL

I am a part time EdD (generic) student in yr one of the pre thesis phase.  

Completed assessements:

Emotional intelligence and stress in healthcare students

Assessment that I am currently working on:

Degree apprenticeships: The right fit for life-long learning and advancement of the profession of radiography? 


I belive the EdD is the best route to a doctorate for me as I work full time in the following roles:  

UEMS (University of Exeter Medical School) Director for qualty in teaching and learning.

In this role I lead on the internal QA for the medical school, including ASER (Annual Student Experince Review), TEM (Teaching Excellence Monitoring) meetings, and also on external QA reviews such as  TEF (Teaching Excellence Framework) submissions and NSS (National Student Survey) action planning.

I also lead on PSRB (Professional and Statutory Regulatory Bodies) monitoring and returns; to include MSAR (Medical Schools Annual Return) HCPC (Health Care and Professions Council) annual audits, SCoR (Society and College of Radiographers) reapproval  I am also currently involved in the NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council) accreditation and have contributed to the recent Medical school GMC (General Medical Council) accreditiation of the BMBS (medicine) programme. 

My role as Deputy Director for Medical imaging involves leading on the timetable scheduling of all teaching activites for all 3 stages of students on the programme.  I also lead on all employability events and liaise with our clinical partners. 

I am a qualified radiographer and have worked in both the NHS and the private sector for 18 years.  I currently hold an honorary contract at Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust ( Derriford) where I pratice as a radiographer in the MRI department.