Staff Profile: Jane Wright

Name
Jane Wright
Position
Lecturer in Nursing Studies 
Email
jane.wright@bangor.ac.uk
Phone
01248 383951
Location
 Archimedes, Wrexham

Current positions

  • Lecturer in Nursing Studies 
  • Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-registration)
  • Module organiser for the year 2 module Developing the Adult Nurse module

Previous positions

  • Lecturer practitioner      2000-2002
  • Community Nurse         1990-2000
  • Staff nurse                     1985-1990

Academic qualifications

 

Qualification

Awarding institution

Date obtained

NISCHR funded PhD scholarship (write up stage): ‘Can stroke best-practice guidelines be tailored for implementation in the care home setting.’ Supervisor: Prof. Christopher Burton

NISCHR /
Bangor
University

Commenced 2011

MA in Social Policy and Social Research

University of
Wales,
Bangor

2007

Post Graduate Certificate in Education

North East Wales Institute

2000

B.Sc. Applied Community and Health Studies with Specialist Practitioner award in District Nursing

North East Wales Institute

1998

Post Graduate Diploma in Health & Community Studies

Chester College

1997

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional qualifications

 

Qualification

Date obtained

Queens Nurse, Queens Nursing Institute

2014

Florence Nightingale Scholar

2011

Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber (V150)

2002

Post Graduate Certificate in Education

2000

B.Sc. Applied Community and Health Studies with Specialist Practitioner award in District Nursing

1998

Registered General Nurse

1985

 

 

 

 

 

External positions

  • Contributor to Implement@BU group (discussion group within Bangor University for implementation researchers)
  • Queen’s Nurse – The Queen’s Nursing Institute
  • Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholar/Alumnus
  • Welsh Florence Nightingale Foundation Alumnus
  • All Wales District Nurse Forum
  • Welsh Government, Community Nursing Strategy Education Sub-group.

Publications and reviews

  • Under preparation for review: Tailoring in implementation practice and research: a concept analysis
  • Reviewer for Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing since 2011 – Impact factor 2.381.
  • Study tour report for the Florence Nightingale Foundation 2012.

Conferences and presentations

  • 6th April 2016, RCN international research conference in Edinburgh, poster and short presentation entitled: Tailoring National guideline recommendations to context specific criteria: using consensus methods in the care home setting. 
  • 15th March 2016 RCN Healthcare Education conference Telford; symposium presentation entitled: Debating healthcare dilemmas in student assessment: developing critical thinking professionals.
  • 16th March 2016 CELT – Bangor, presentation and discussion to share experiences of using WebPA in student assessment.
  • 2015 (November) Bangor University, School of Healthcare Sciences conference; We all work together don’t we? Factors affecting the implementation of evidence based practice in the care home setting.
  • 2015 (September) Bangor University, Celebration of Education, Learning and Teaching (CELT) conference; Debating healthcare dilemmas in student assessment: developing critical thinking professionals.
  • 2015 (May) CNO conference Wales; The impact of team values upon motivation to implement tailored national stroke best practice recommendations in the care home setting.
  • 2014 (November) CNRS Showcase Conference Cardiff; A study to investigate the process of tailoring in adapting national stroke best practice recommendations for the care home setting.
  • 2014 (June) BCUHB Celebration of Nursing & Midwifery Conference; presentation with care home staff, entitled: Tailoring stroke best practice recommendations for the care home setting.
  • 2014 (February) BCUHB Celebration of Nursing & Midwifery – Focusing on Community Nursing; Community Nursing Education.
  • 2014 (February) BCUHB Celebration of Nursing & Midwifery – Focusing on Community Nursing: Member of debating panel, focus of debate; Specialism V Generalism.
  • 2013 (December) UK Stroke Forum, Glasgow: Poster; Investigating the context of implementation for residents with stroke in UK care homes.
  • 2012 (December) UK Stroke Forum, Harrogate: Poster; Implementing evidence within stroke: a scoping review of implementation intervention.
  • 2012 (October) Florence Nightingale Foundation awards to scholars, Presentation of certificates Ceremony - 17th October, at the Girdlers Hall in London.
  • 2012 (September) Research Conference, Bangor University; presentation entitled: Implementing evidence within stroke: a scoping review of the literature.
  • 2010 My Home Life Wales Conference, Wrexham, North Wales, presentation; Utilising an Interdisciplinary approach to end of life care in care homes.
  • 2009 All Wales Palliative Care Conference, Newtown, Powys, presentation; End of Life Care Project.
  • 2007 Medical institute, Wrexham, Innovations in Health Care Seminar, presentation: Evaluating the perceptions of a Patient and Public Involvement group.

Research

  • 2015 - Wales link as an early career researcher, supported by Professors Jo Rycroft-Malone and Chris Burton, on NIHR research led proposal. This bid, led by Dr. Debbie Baldie, with Professor Brendan McCormack as PI, involves colleagues from around the UK. The research project aims to implement and evaluate a complex intervention aimed at enhancing care home staff’s ability to listen and learn from the experiences of older people in receipt of their care.
  • 2011 - £59.000 NISCHR PhD 3-year part-time scholarship to conduct research in care homes to investigate if national best practice recommendations for stroke can be tailored for implementation in the care home setting.
  • 2011 - £4.000 Florence Nightingale Travel scholarship. Examined stroke best practice implementation practices in Canadian long-term care facilities.
  • 2007 - Masters research examined the Health Trust’s ‘Public Members’ group, which was designed to meet the Hospital Trust’s Patient and Public Involvement agenda, the research evaluated their perceptions regarding their involvement within the local Acute Trust.

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