Challenging questions and ethical obligations: the ethics of everyday practice > 21 January 2015

Julie Wintrup


Conference convener

Julie Wintrup

After working in mental health for twenty two years as an Occupational Therapist and in a joint NHS / academic appointment, Julie moved in 2003 to the University of Southampton to lead the Foundation degree in Health and Care. She teaches and researches widening participation, health student engagement and work based learning. Ethical issues facing health and care support workers was the subject of her doctorate and she has since developed interprofessional ethics education with Hazel Biggs, Angela Fenwick and Roger Ingham and other colleagues in law, medicine, psychology and philosophy as part of curriculum innovation at Southampton. Their shared vision and commitment to making ethics a meaningful, accessible and contemporary topic led to this conference.

  • Ethics Southampton