Jacqueline Hutchison


Lecturer in Adult Nursing at Hull University

  • Jackie worked as a Nurse in Cardiology and Intensive Care, where she also undertook an ENB 100 and 999.
  • Jackie completed a degree in Sociology and Social Anthropology at Hull University in 1996 and went on to complete a PGCE in Bolton the following year. She started working in the Faculty of Health in 1998.
  • During her employment here she has been an admissions tutor for the diploma programme and cohort leader for the pre registration programme and theme leader to develop scholarship within the department. Jackie is currently a module leader and also a Personal Supervisor Group Leader for the preregistration programme.
  • She is about to restart her PhD.
Teaching interests related to Caring Science
  • Jackie teaches on a range of both pre and post registration programmes, the Global Health and Humanitarian Relief programme. She also contributes towards the masters in public health.
  • Her particular contribution is in sociology, critical care and Global Health. She was particularly interested in developing and leading a critical care module for preregistration nurses which focused on assessment skills and caring for the deteriorating patient.
  • Jackie was also responsible for developing and running an Anthropology module in the Global health programme.
Research interests related to Caring Science
  • Jackie is particularly interested in phenomenological methodology and the lived experience and the social construction of health and disease.
  • J. Hutchison and M. Parker, 2012, (complied) Key themes and Perspectives in Applied Sociology, Harlow: Pearson
  • Jackie has supervised students on the MSC programmes within the department
  • Pre-registration teaching, sexual health