Juliet Bostwick

Programme Lead (Nursing Oxford)

Qualified as a nurse in 1980, eventually specialised in neuroscience nursing and worked in a variety of neuroscience units around the country. Also spent 3 years working as a nurse in Switzerland. First post in higher education was as a Lecturer Practitioner in 1999 and commenced full time in current post in 2004.

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • Royal College of Nursing



  • Adult Nursing
  • Mentor training
  • Moving & Handling Trainer
  • Clinical Skills
  • Nervous system/Neurosciences

Teaching/Research interests

Joint project with colleagues : Nursing Home Placements for adult nursing students: an exploration of the views and experiences of adult nursing students, managers and trained nurses working in nursing homes.

Selected Publications:


Bostwick, J Slade, D (2012) Clinical Pocket Reference Neurosciences. Pennant:Oxford.


Peer reviewed papers

Bostwick, J., Snead, M. (2001). Nursing a patient after Subarachnoid Haemorrhage. Nursing Times, 97 (34), 23rd August.

Bostwick, J., Snead, M. (2001). Subarachnoid Haemorrhage Managing Complications. Nursing Times, 97 (34), 30th August.

Other papers

World Federation of Neuroscience Nurses Annual Conference 1999 Rome : Paper presentation Experiences of Nurses Recruited from overseas (MSc Dissertation research paper).

European Association of Neuroscience Nurses Annual conference : Copenhagen 2002 Paper presentation – A History of Neuroscience Nursing.

Juliet Bostwick


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