Jacqui Boulton
Jacqui Boulton
Lecturer in nursing education
King’s College, London

Jacqui is a Lecturer in Nursing Education at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care, King’s College, London. She is also the Faculty Lead for Student mobility, Electives and Global Health as well as being a link lecturer for various hospital and community placements within Guys and St Thomas’ Healthcare Trust. Her background is that of a Nurse, Midwife and Medical Anthropologist . She has also undertaken the fabulous Professional Diploma in Tropical Nursing which she was privileged to revisit recently as an external reviewer. Since first visiting Sierra Leone in 2004, Jacqui has co-founded a charity to offer financial and technical support in awareness and development of Palliative Care in country. Together with her professional background this makes her passionate about facilitating opportunities for students to experience and critically reflect upon Nursing from a global perspective. She has published extensively, including a chapter in Global Health Nursing: Narratives from the Field (Harlan C ed 2014). She is also proactive in developing innovative methods of teaching and assessment. Most recently, Jacqui combined the above experience and expertise to develop and lead delivery of a 4 -week Virtual International elective (around the world in 6 WHO Regions. This was awarded Teaching Innovation of the Year in the STNA awards 2021 ( https://www.kcl.ac.uk/news/virtual-placement-wins-student-nursing-times-award-for-innovation-in-education)