Jacqueline Sullivan is a UK Nursing and Midwifery Council registered nurse and a registered nurse teacher and holds a license to practice as a nurse educator with the Department of Healthcare Practitioners in Qatar. Jacqueline has over 25 years’ experience in nursing and nurse education in the UK and internationally.
Prior to joining HMC in 2013, Jacqueline spent nine years at Anglia Ruskin University’s Faculty of Healthcare Sciences with responsibility for leading overseas nursing programs, post-graduate curriculum development, professional body accreditation and clinical practice quality assurance. Prior to this, Jacqueline worked in community health nursing, end of life and wound care services.
Jacqueline specializes in continuing professional development, with a focus on fitness to practice, competency and the development and operationalization of education strategy to support the delivery of evidence- based practice.
Jacqueline’s major achievements include leading the development and launch of HMC’s new nursing and midwifery competency framework and, more recently, developing and managing a suite of corporate-wide blended learning educational programs for onboarding and upskilling staff in readiness for COVID 19 deployment to critical care and acute medical units.
Jacqueline holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Exeter, a post-graduate diploma in higher education for healthcare professionals from Anglia Ruskin University, and a post-graduate diploma in wound care from the University of Plymouth.
Jacqueline is a member of the Royal College of Nursing, the NHS Research and Development Forum, the RCN Research Society, and the RCN Public Health Forum. Jacqueline is a Fellow of the UK’s Higher Education Academy and a Fellow of the Gulf Talent Advisory Board.