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Dr Natalie Joseph-Williams

Dr Natalie Joseph-Williams

Senior Lecturer in Improving Patient Care, Joint Academic Lead for Public Involvement and Engagement

School of Medicine

Email
josephnj1@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0)29 2068 7141
Campuses
8th floor, Neuadd Meirionnydd, University Hospital of Wales, Heath Park, Cardiff, CF14 4YS
Users
Available for postgraduate supervision

Overview

Overview

I am a Senior Lecturer in Improving Patient Care leading research into the ways we can embed person centred and value based approaches in routine healthcare. 

I have a strong track record in shared decision making research, publishing findings that have informed national training programmes, NHS healthcare policy, and international guidelines. 

To ensure our research delivers benefits to patients, clinicians and healthcare organisations, I work in close collaboration with national and international organisations who are looking to embed person centred and value based approaches routinely. These include Public Health Wales, NHS Wales, Welsh Government, Health Education and Improvement Wales, the NICE Shared Decision Making Collaborative, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the International Patient Decision Aids Standards (IPDAS) Collaboration.

Key Leadership Roles

Biography

Publications

2021

2020

2019

2018

2017

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

Teaching

I am involved in the planning and delivery of the C21 Medical Programme (MBBCh) at Cardiff University. 

I am course lead for the Year 3 MBBCh Evidence Based Medicine, and design and run various undergraduate sessions (lectures, tutorials, experience weeks) throughout the five year C21 Programme:

  • Evidence Based Medicine (Year 3 medical students) - including research design, critical appraisal, shared decision making
  • Organising and delivering Student Selected Components (SSCs) for Year 3 and 4 medical students

I also support the Intercalated Medical Degree Programmes (Population Medicine and Medical Education) 

  • Design and deliver various teaching sessions - writing for the medical literature, critical appraisal, literature searching
  • Supervise and assess dissertation projects, supporting students to write a publication from their work

I have designed a continuing professional development 'Shared Decision Making - Train the Trainer' Programme for Public Health Wales, and deliver this to NHS Staff across Wales. 

Other teaching, supervision and mentoring duties include: 

  • Supervision of PhD students
  • Panel member of Postgraduate Viva assessments
  • Postgraduate taught representative for the Division of Population Medicine
  • Personal tutor for MBBCh students
  • Chair / member of postgraduate research progress review panels

Supervision

Current supervision

Amber Jordan

Miss Amber Jordan

Research student