• School of Life & Health Sciences, Aston University, Aston Triangle

    B4 7ET Birmingham

    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

20172017
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Personal profile

General

I joined Aston University in the school of Life and Health Sciences as a Lecturer in Clinical Practice (Nursing) in March 2019. Primarily based in the school of Pharmacy I aim to introduce Nursing educational provision and assist with clinical skills teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. 

I am a highly experienced Advanced Nurse Practitioner for clinical and diagnostics in the 18 years plus care group. My experience in this capacity spans for over 15 years, with previous roles as a matron in Case Management, District Nursing, General Practice and the acute hospital environment. I am an Independent prescriber with advanced clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat autonomously. Accomplished in leading and developing large groups of nurses, specialists, AHP’s and postgraduate trainees. My skills include healthcare management, project management and clinical research. 

I remain clinically active as an honorary Advanced Clinical Practitioner at a GP surgery in Birmingham.

Awards

In 2019 I received the honour of a Queen’s Nurse title for contribution to Nursing, recognising my continuing commitment to improving standards of care and to learning and leadership.

Teaching Activity

Programme Director Nurse Prescribing (pending NMC accreditation)

Deputy Programme Director Pharmacy Independent Prescribing and MSc Advanced Clinical Practice.

  • Advanced clinical skills and advanced heath assessment. 
  • Interprofessional Education 
  • Advanced Clinical Practice 

https://www2.aston.ac.uk/study/courses/advanced-clinical-practice

  • Independent and supplementary prescribing

https://www2.aston.ac.uk/study/courses/pharmacist-independent-prescribing-pgcert

  • Research Methods
  • Long term conditions management and multimorbidity. 

Research Interests

My research activity is mainly conducted in the community setting, in services that promote independent living and hospital avoidance amongst the elderly. My interest in the field of admission avoidance extends into the acute setting and other primary care provision regarding long term conditions management, safer care, non-medical prescribing, advancing practice and big data projects. I have skills in both quantitative and qualitative methodologies as a mixed methods researcher. 

·       Medicines management in mulitmorbidity
·       Mulitmorbidity, long term conditions management, admission avoidance and community care.
·       Advanced Clinical Practice roles
·       Non-Medical Prescribing
·       Clinical Educators in the ED

Qualifications

PgCAPHE- 2019, Coventry University. FHEA. 

PhD Health/Nursing- 2018, Birmingham City University.

PgCert Research Practice- Distinction Award, 2015, Birmingham City University.

MSc Advanced Clinical Practice- Distinction and University Prize Winner- 2013, University of Coventry.

PgCert Long Term Conditions- Distinction Award, 2010 Birmingham City University.

NMC Registered Practice Teacher, 2009 Birmingham City University.

NMC Registered Independent and Supplementary Prescribing, 2007 Birmingham City University- V300.

BSc (hons) Nursing RN- First class award, 2004 Birmingham City University

Employment

Senior Lecturer, Independent Prescribing, Advanced Clinical Practice, Long Term Conditions, Research Methods and Adult Nursing, Coventry University. 

Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Urgent Care, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. 

Community Matron, Heart of Birmingham Healthcare NHS Trust.

Advanced Nurse Practitioner, GP Surgeries. 

Practice Nurse, Karis Medical Centre, Birmingham. 

District Nurse Team Leader, West of Cornwall PCT. 

Membership of Professional Bodies

The Queen’s Nursing Institute. 2019- to date. 

NIHR Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Advisory Panel member and NIHR Primary Care, Out of Hospital Care Panel member. June 2016- to date. 

Facing Africa- 2013 to date. Charity member and volunteer surgical nurse in Ethiopia once a year.

Royal College of Nursing – 2001 to Date

PhD Supervision

Current PhD students:

  • University of Bath. Non-Medical Prescribing. 

I am available to supervise new applicants in the areas of multimorbidity, medicines management, Non-Medical Prescribing, Advanced Practice and issues around data management and safer patient care. 

Contact Details

Dr Eloise Phillips
PhD, MSc ACP, NMP, PgCert Res, PGCAPHE, FHEA, BSc (hons), RN. Queen's Nurse.

Lecturer in Clinical Practice
Programme Director Nurse Prescribing, Deputy Programme Director Pharmacy Independent Prescribing, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice.

School of Life and Health Sciences,

Aston Triangle,

Birmingham, B4 7ET.

Room: MB442D
0121-204-3577
Twitter: @EEP_PhDANP

External positions

External Examiner- MSc ACP

20192023

External Examiner- NMP, University of Salford

20192023

Keywords

  • RT Nursing

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Research Output 2017 2017

Understanding the distribution of A&E attendances and hospital admissions for the case managed population: A single case cross sectional study

Phillips, E., Jones, S., Runacres, J., Lintern, M. & Radford, M., 1 Feb 2017, In : Applied Nursing Research. 33, p. 24-29

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Cross-Sectional Studies
Population
Primary Health Care
Emergencies
Accidents

Prizes

Queen's Nurse

Eloise Phillips (Recipient), 2019

Prize: National/international honour

Standard of Care
Nursing
Nurses
Learning