Julie Holloway first studied Adult Nursing at the University of Luton in 1991. She attained her Professional Qualifications and then went on to complete a degree in Specialist Community Practice. Later Julie went on to achieve further professional qualifications in Practice Education and Non Medical Independent and Supplementary Prescribing.
After 25 years in Practice, Julie then secured a position at the University of Northampton, teaching postgraduate level Prescribing qualifications and Primary Care Modules. Julie also lectures on Pre-registration Nursing courses focussing on Primary Care and End of Life Care.
Julie enjoys imparting her experience and knowledge to prospective students and continues to practice in Primary Care to keep her skills up to date.
- Non Medical Independent and Supplementary Prescribing – Module Lead
- Community Practitioners Formulary – Module Lead
- PG Dip Community Nursing (District Nursing)
- BSc (Hons) Nursing
Julie’s main area of research interest is the provision of District Nursing within a changing NHS, with particular emphasis on End of Life care and life limiting illness.
Jump to: 2016
- Hart, T., Bird, D. and Holloway, J. A. (2016) Addressing concordance issues: how motivational interviewing strategies can complement the nurse prescribing consultation. Nurse Prescribing. 14(10), pp. 510-515. 1479-9189.