Provost of Warrington Campus and Dean of Health and Social Care

Professor Annette Mcintosh-Scott

BSc, PhD, Dip CNE, Cert Ed, RN, SCM, RCNT, RNT, FHEA.

Annette held various posts as a nurse, predominantly in the area of critical care.

Annette was appointed as Provost of Warrington Campus in 2015 and Executive Dean in August 2012, having previously held the positions of Associate Dean, Learning and Teaching and latterly, Deputy Dean of the Faculty. Annette held various posts as a nurse, predominantly in the area of critical care, prior to entering academia. Her years in health and social care education have been spent in a range of roles including clinical teacher, lecturer, programme leader, principal lecturer and quality advisor at Edinburgh Napier University as well as her more recent roles at Chester.

Annette’s current remit involves responsibility for the six departments within the Faculty: Acute Adult and Child Care; Community, Health and Well-Being; Mental Health and Learning Disability; Midwifery and Reproductive Health, Post Graduate Medical, Dental and Interprofessional Education and Social Work. The Faculty has a strong reputation for the quality of its provision and all staff work to ensure that the aims of the Faculty are achieved: maintaining the core business and enhancing the quality and reputation of the Faculty; growing and diversifying provision and partnerships, including international activity and enhancing research, scholarly and knowledge transfer activities.

Annette’s main teaching responsibilities are lecturing on the MEd programme and supervision of PhD students and her research interests encompass all aspects of teaching, learning and curriculum development. Research projects have included perceptions of student support and staff perceptions of a Practice Development and Research Partnership (PDRP). As well as several peer reviewed publications, Annette has written nine chapters and co-edited 3 books to date and is a reviewer for Sage publications and two international journals. External responsibilities include external examining and adviser roles and membership of the governing body of a local FE college.