Dr Helen Elliott, Associate Professor, EdD, PGCert, MSc, RGN, RSCN, RHV, BSc, BSc (Hons), SFHEA
The University of Greenwich, School of Health Sciences
Helen is an Associate Professor (teaching and learning) in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing. With a background in adult nursing, children’s nursing and health Visiting, Helen joined the University of Greenwich as Senior Lecturer in 2013. Helen currently leads the Public Health Practice team of Senior Lecturers and Teaching Fellows in District Nursing, Health Visiting, Speech and Language therapy, Practice Nursing and Nursing Associates. Helen is also lead for the Specialist Community Public Health Nursing Programme.
Helen completed a Doctorate in Education in 2019 with her thesis entitled ‘An examination of the factors that inform health visitors’ effective identification and support of women experiencing domestic violence and abuse’. Since completing her doctorate, Helen has disseminated her findings to national and international audiences.
Helen’s research interests are in domestic violence and abuse, leadership/management, and academic skills in higher education.
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Helen teaches aspects of leadership development, health promotion, health visiting theory and practice, domestic abuse, qualitative research studies and academic skills.
Elliott, H. (2016). Barriers to the disclosure of domestic violence and abuse in health visiting. Journal of Health Visiting. https://doi.org/10.12968/johv.2016.4.7.354