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Now semi-retired and working as a performance poet,  Julia Cutmore has a 35 year career history of teaching and course development in social work, medicine, counselling, organisational management and health advocacy.  Recent work has included teaching feminist psychoanalysis, developing postgraduate studies in medical ethics and law and running workshops on death. She has published 3 collections of poetry to date.  


  • SHF110 Introduction to Osteopathic Concepts and Principles

    This module provides an introduction to the key ideas relating to osteopathy and osteopathic practice and the development of those ideas subsequent to the origin of the profession during the latter half of the 19th century. It will provide an outline of the thoughts and changes in perspectives of the osteopathic profession in relation to patient care, diagnosis and management over the past century and how such thought would combine, overlap and differ within the prism of allopathic medicine. The module will provide a foundation for student understanding of the development and implementation of osteopathic practice that can be enhanced during their studies on the M.Ost Osteopathy programme.

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Coordinator of Personal Tutor Workshops - College of Medicine, Swansea University

    2005 - 2011

Career History

Start Date End Date Position Held Location
2018 Present Lecturer in Medical Ethics and Education Department of Interprofessional Studies
2014 Present Associate Tutor Department of Adult and Continuing Education
2014 2016 Lecturer in Advocacy University of Wales Trinity Saint Davids
2002 2011 Lecturer in Applied Social Sciences College of Medicine, Swansea University
1991 2002 Consortium Manager Wales Post-qualification Consortium (Social Work), Swansea University

External Responsibilities

  • Radical performance poet, Live Poets Society

    2016 - Present

Key Grants and Projects

  • Death Symposium, Death Cafe and Death Studies 2019

    Initiating a series of activities of inter-professional work with health professionals and others in the community who work with death and dying, with Paul Marinaccio-Joseph, Chantal Patel