(Faculty of Health Studies) Melissa Owens, Lecturer at the University of Bradford Skip to content

Melissa Owens

Lecturer

Faculty/Dept/School School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership
Emailm.w.owens@bradford.ac.uk
Telephone +441274 236477

Biography

Dr Melissa Owens is currently a lecturer within the School of Nursing. Originally qualifying as a nurse for people with learning disabilities, Melissa developed a particular interest in education and gained her Doctorate of Education in 2015. She has previously undertaken a number of research projects focusing on interprofessional learning and practice both within the university setting and in clinical practice. She also served two terms on the Board of CAIPE (the Centre for the Advancement for Interprofessional Education). She is also a Teaching Fellow with the Higher Education Academy. Melissa’s other research activities have also had an educational focus. Dr Melissa Owens is currently a lecturer within the School of Nursing. Originally qualifying as a nurse for people with learning disabilities, Melissa developed a particular interest in education and gained her Doctorate of Education in 2015. She has previously undertaken a number of research projects focusing on interprofessional learning and practice both within the university setting and in clinical practice. She also served two terms on the Board of CAIPE (the Centre for the Advancement for Interprofessional Education). She is also a Teaching Fellow with the Higher Education Academy. Melissa’s other research activities have also had an educational focus.

Research

Qualitative research, ethnography, collaborative practice, interprofessional education, interprofessional learning, education. Qualitative research, ethnography, collaborative practice, interprofessional education, interprofessional learning, education. Research Collaborations Currently involved in an ERASMUS partnership involving four other countries working on developing a collaborative bid. Research Collaborations Currently involved in an ERASMUS partnership involving four other countries working on developing a collaborative bid.