Dr Jane Grose
Profiles

Dr Jane Grose

Senior Research Fellow

School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences)

Role

Research Fellow
Sustainability, Society and Health

Qualifications

PhD, MBA (Health exec), RN RMN

Professional membership

Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) 1978- date

University and College Union (2009- to date) 

             

Teaching interests

Sustainability/environment, public health, health service research, qualitative research, health planning and management, sexual and reproductive health, international development

Research interests

Public health, Sustainability/recycling, Health policy and strategy, psychosocial care,  sexual health, community development, international development

Other research

The use of descriptive words and metaphor in patient and carer experience of palliative day care: secondary analysis of a qualitative study
Service delivery for people with Hereditary Spastic Paraparesis living in the South West of England

Evidence-based rating scale selection for clinical trials of neuro-degeneration

How can attitudes, beliefs and knowledge contribute to a reduce, re-use and recycle approach to healthcare waste management? (ongoing)

Research degrees awarded to supervised students

MSc Amanda Clements

Grants & contracts

MS Society £3,500 2006

 

Research groups

  • VOYAGE: Rural and urban ageing and health inequalities

Other academic activities

Co-convenor of the Qualitative Health Research Group at PCMD

Additional information

Trustee of the Sadar Ram Singh Kabli Hospital and School, Harayana, North India