Biography

PhD, RN, BN (Hons) Critical Care Nursing, MSc. Advanced Practice (Nursing).

I am an Independent and Supplementary Nurse Prescriber.

My clinical background is in Acute Medicine initially based in the Medical Assessment Unit. From 2004 I worked as a Medical Advanced Nurse Practitioner in various specialities including Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Infectious Diseases and Elderly Care. This role involved a high degree of personal professional autonomy making critical judgements in the clinical assessment and management of adult patients and as a lead member of the Cardiac Arrest Team. Whilst in clinical practice I supported the theory, clinical skills and OSCE’s of the Health Assessment in Clinical Practice and Holistic Health Assessment Modules at Keele University as a Visiting Lecturer and I joined Keele as a Lecturer in Adult Nursing in 2014.

My teaching and research interests include all areas of Advanced Practice and Clinical Skills, Resuscitation (including Family Witnessed Resuscitation) End-of-Life Care, Family-Centered Care in the Acute Medical Environment, Experiences of People with a Learning Disability in the Acute Medical Environment, Infectious Diseases, Pre-hospital Care and Participatory Action Research.

Research and scholarship

Jane is the PGR Lead for the School of Nursing and Midwifery. She is a member of the Keele Palliative and End of Life Care Research Group, Keele Action Research Network, UK Participatory Research Network and University Hospital of the North Midlands Learning Disability Steering Group.
 
Jane's research interests include the areas of advanced  clinical practice, resuscitation (including Family Witnessed Resuscitation) end-of-life care, family and patient experiences of healthcare, and Participatory Action Research (PAR). She commenced her PhD whilst working as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner. Her thesis is titled  "Real voices: a participatory action research study to explore the support provided to children visiting patients in hospital". 

Teaching

 
  • SNAM PostGraduate Research Lead
  • SNAM Interprofessional Education Lead
  • MSc Advancing Professional Practice Award Lead
  • Advanced Clinical Decision Making Module Lead
  • Holistic Health Assessment Module Lead
  • Health Assessment in Clinical Practice
  • Clinical Skills
  • Research Methods

Further information

Conference Presentations

Snakes and Ladders: Conducting Action Research in Contemporary Healthcare Practice. CARN Conference 2015 Action Research Across Disciplinary Settings. Braga, Portugal. November 2015 

Respecting the Voices of Children and Young People in Participatory Action Research. 2nd International Conference, Where's the Patients Voice in Health Professional Education 10 Years on?. Vancouver, Canada. November 2015

Consulting with Children to Inform Research Methodology:The Experience of a Nurse PhD Student. 5th International Nurse Education Conference (NETNEP) Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands. June 2014

Consulting with Children to Inform Research Methodology: The Experience of a Nurse PhD Student. Poster presentation. UHNS Conference ‘Creating World Class Healthcare for Staffordshire, Staffordshire, UK. June 2014. (Poster winner)

Consulting with Children to Inform Research Methodology: The Experience of a Nurse PhD Student. Poster presentation. RCN International Nursing Research Conference 2014, Glasgow, UK. March 2014

Keele PhD Student Group Presentation. SWDTC International Doctoral Seminar, Bristol, UK. June 2013

Family Witnessed Resuscitation in MAU. Medical Assessment ‘Now for the Future’ Derby, UK. April 2002

 

Selected Publications

  • Aynsley S, Jacklin S, Jervis J. "1520 Health students, 121 Teams channel meetings What could go wrong…Running an engaging interprofessional education session in the Covid-19 pandemic". Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal.
  • Walker N, Jervis JE, Keeling J, Finney A. 2022. Helping women through the perimenopause. Practice Nurse. link>
  • Jervis J, Lillie AK, Jefferson D, Mcglen I. Bridging theory and practice: Using dialogue in the assessment of clinical decision making.
  • Jervis J, Read S, Murray M. 2018. Who Am I?: The Challenges of Multiple Positionalities in Nursing Research. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS (vol. 17). link> doi> full text>
  • Jervis J, Read S, Murray M. 2018. Who Am I?: The Challenges of Multiple Positionalities in Nursing Research. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS (vol. 17). link> doi> full text>

Full Publications Listshow

Journal Articles

  • Aynsley S, Jacklin S, Jervis J. "1520 Health students, 121 Teams channel meetings What could go wrong…Running an engaging interprofessional education session in the Covid-19 pandemic". Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal.
  • Walker N, Jervis JE, Keeling J, Finney A. 2022. Helping women through the perimenopause. Practice Nurse. link>
  • Jervis JE. 2000. Brief But To The Point. Nursing times, 42-44, vol. 96(3).

Chapters

  • Jervis JE. 2018. Mourning in custody: dealing with sudden death. In Loss, Dying and Bereavement in the Criminal Justice System. Read S, Santatzoglou S, Wrigley AJ (Eds.). (18 vols.). Routledge.
  • Jervis JE and Read, S SR. 2013. Plötslig död. In Inledande omhändertagande av akut sjuka personer - en bok för sjuksköterskor. Wood IW (Ed.). Sweden: Studentlitteratur AB.
  • Jervis JE. 2012. Sudden Death. In Initial Management of Acute Medical Patient. Wood IW (Ed.). (Second ed.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Jervis JE. 2003. Sudden Death. In Medical Assessment Units. The Management of Acute Medical Patients. Wood IW (Ed.). Oxford: Whurr Publishers.
  • Guta A. Institutional Ethical Review Processes. (Contributed Case 7.2 The question of parental consent for teenagers in a doctoral research project in the UK). In Ethics in Participatory Research for Health and Social Well-being. Banks S and Brydon-Miller M (Eds.). (8 vols.). Routledge.

Other

  • Jervis J, Lillie AK, Jefferson D, Mcglen I. Bridging theory and practice: Using dialogue in the assessment of clinical decision making.
  • Jervis J, Read S, Murray M. 2018. Who Am I?: The Challenges of Multiple Positionalities in Nursing Research. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS (vol. 17). link> doi> full text>
  • Jervis J, Read S, Murray M. 2018. Who Am I?: The Challenges of Multiple Positionalities in Nursing Research. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS (vol. 17). link> doi> full text>
  • Jervis JE, Read S, Murray M. Children voices: challenging perspectives in adult nurse education. Elsevier. full text>
  • Jervis J and Little C. Learning together, evaluating together: An enhanced evaluation of interprofessional postgraduate learning,. The Open University. link> full text>
  • Jervis J, Read S, Murray M. 2016. Methodological Reflections: Conducting Action Research in Contemporary Healthcare Practice. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS (vol. 15). link> full text>
  • Jervis J, Read S, Murray M. 2016. Respecting the Voices of Children in Healthcare Research. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS (vol. 15). link> full text>
  • Jervis JE, read SC, murray MP. Snakes and Ladders: Conducting Action Research in Contemporary Healthcare Practice. full text>
  • Jervis JE, Read SC, Murray MP. 2015. Respecting the Voices of Children and Young People in Participatory Action Research. full text>
  • Jervis JE, Read SC, Murray MP. Consulting with Children to Inform Research Methodology: The Experience of a Nurse PhD Student. link>

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