|Mary Seacole, M66PU.|
Jane's clinical nursing experience has focused on childrens nursing and includes working at two Regional Childrens Hospitals and also District General Hospitals.
Jane is a registered childrens and adult nurse and a qualified (registration lapsed) Midwife. She is also a registered Nurse Educator (NMC). Also a Fellow of the higher Education Academy.
Nursing roles have encompassed both childrens medical and surgical nursing experience, with the emphasis being surgical towards the latter years of clinical employment.
Additionally Jane has nursing experience in children's cardiology and metabolic conditions.
Whilst in the NHS Jane as a a Surgical lead nurse, led the development of a service to clinically assess children prior to surgery and the provision of a nurse led pre operative assessment clinic.
Jane has also led the development of children receiving TPN in their home environment ehancing the quality of life for the child and the family.
Jane has an Advanced Nurse Practice MSc. and a Post graduate certificate in Education, BSc Childrens Nursing and a diploma in Childrens nursing - including mentorship.
Jane is currently a lecturer in childrens and young peoples nursing and Deputy programme leader for the Advanced Clinical Practice MSc and apprenticeship. Jane teaches the skills of clinical assessment and examination of children.
Jane provides bespoke training and study days for those wisjhing to develop skills in the clinical examination and assessment of children
Jane has an interest in therapeutic relationships with the child and family and the development of student nurses education.
She is interested in the impact of roles such as the Advanced Clinical Practitioner and Physicians Associate on Children and Young Peoples Services and is to complete a PhD to reflect this interest.
Jane is a reviewer for the Journal of Child Health and Sage Publishers.
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