Stacy Johnson is an Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham in the School of Health Sciences. After training as a nurse and completing a BSc in Health Studies at the University of Manchester, she read for a Masters degree in Economic and Quantitative Methods in Healthcare at City, University of London.
In addtion to being Associate Professor in the School of Health Sciences, Stacy is the Deputy Warden of Hugh Stewart Hall.
Stacy is in demand as an advisor and speaker on healthcare and Higher Education equality, diversity and inclusion. Since 2012, Stacy has been advising England's Chief Nurse on matters affecting black and minority ethnic (BME) patients and staff as a member of the Chief Nursing Officer's BME Advisory Group. She also lectures and researchers in the areas of healthcare leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Stacy has developed an exemplary reputation for capacity and capability building in the international Higher Education sector. She leads the School of Health Sciences' strategy on and is a visiting lecturer at the Henan University of Science and Technology in China. She has been involved in advising on curriculum reform, faculty development and leadership development in nurse education in the UK, South Africa, China, the Middle East, India and the Caribbean. She has been an external examiner at the University of the West Indies, Trinidad, Witswatersrand University, South Africa, London Southbank University, England and the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
- Evaluating Interventions, Services and Policy in Health and Social Care (DTC Advanced Training Module)
- Innovation, Leadership and Communication (2nd year BSc.)
- Leadership, Innovation and Communication, 4th year MNursSci
- Leadership in Health and Social Care
- Healthcare Entrepreneurship
- Healthcare Innovation
- Health Economics and Health Policy Analysis
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
- BSc, MNursSci, MAN, MARM, MSc QPSI, MSc ACP
NAIRN,S., O'BRIEN E., TRAYNOR,V., WILLIAMS,G., CHAPPLE,M. and JOHNSON,S., 2006. Student nurses' knowledge, skills and attitudes towards the use of portfolios in a school of nursing Journal of Clinical Nursing. 15(12), 1509-1520