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Dr Julie Wray
Senior Lecturer; Lead for User&Carers
School of Nursing & Midwifery

User and Carers, Public Engagement, Patient experience, Postnatal Care, Motherhood, Supporting Families and Carers

After leaving clinical practice in 1995, I was the first non-medic appointed as research fellow at the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG). In 1998 I joined the University of Salford as a research fellow working on a large project with local NHS Trusts and in 2000 co-developed the Royal College of Midwives first guideline on postnatal care. In 2009 I was awarded the Iolanthe Research Fellowship by Baroness Cumberlege to complete my PhD. Lead academic for Service Users & Carers (#UoSuserscarers) programme of work in SNMSWSC;lead supporting families and carers module and various PG modules such as foundation in doctoral studies and MSc disserations. In 2013 appointed expert to NICE National standard for postnatal care. I supervise PhD's and undertake research



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1The Manchester and Salford Sure Start Plus pilot programme: A baseline evaluation. SCNMCR Report: 121921
2Routine follow-up after treatment for ovarian cancer in the United Kingdom (UK): patient and health professional views 1202
3Postnatal care: is it based on ritual or a purpose? a reflective account 1140
4What women want from postnatal care. 965
5Seeking to explore what matters to women about postnatal care955
6Evaluation of teenage pregnancy strategies in Wigan872
7Midwives, obstetricians and prenatal screening 862
8Guideline for blood grouping and antibody testing in pregnancy 821
9Feeling cooped up after childbirth – the need to go out and about. 771
10Putting the patient and carer at the heart of nurse education: our experience of doing service users and carer student conferences 726