Jacqueline has been a registered nurse since 1987 and has gained varied clinical experience in cardiology, intensive care, medical, surgical, gastroenterology, school nursing and care of the older person. In 1994 she gained a degree in Social Policy and Administration from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE), a Post graduate Certificate in Social Research Methodologies (1996) and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Higher Education) (2004). In 2007 Jacqueline completed her Masters in Information Communication Technology in Education from the Institute of Education, University of London.
Jacqueline entered higher education in 2001 and has taught in universities in England, New Zealand, Australia and Scotland. Her area of interests include; technology enhanced learning, pedagogy and curricula development, e and blended learning, philosophy of technology, e research and digital health.
Teaching across under graduate and post graduate programmes, Jacqueline is also a supervisor for undergraduate honours and post graduate research projects.