Jane Jenkins

Jane Jenkins

Associate Head of School (Academic)/QA Lead

  • Mary Seacole MS 1.92
  • T: 0161 295 2734
  • E: j.jenkins@salford.ac.uk

Office Times

Monday -  9.30am – 6pm

Tuesday -  9.30am – 6pm

Wednesday -  9.30am – 6pm

Thursday -  9.30am – 6pm

Friday -  9.30am – 5pm


Qualified as a nurse in 1973 in Birmingham and worked at a major teaching hospital before moving to the North in 1975.

Following working on surgical wards moved into nurse education as a nurse tutor in 1982 at Bury School of Nursing and undertook programme leaders role.

In 1996, after numerous mergers became a lecturer within the University of Salford and whilst working in the School of Nursing have undertaken many roles and responsibilities including module leader for a variety of modules at Certificate to Masters level and programme leader for a Post Qualifying degree level programme.

Senior Lecturer post was gained and have taken on various lead posts such as Curriculum Development Coordinator for Making a Difference Pre – Registration Degree Programme following Pilot Site Curriculum Development of Pre – Registration Diploma Programme, Strategic Lead for Quality from August 2003 to present post as Associate Head Academic within the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work from 2010.

Lead the development, implementation and monitoring activities in relation to NMC and HCPC Annual Monitoring, NMC and HCPC Programme approvals and revalidation, QAA/DoH review, Internal School Review, Institutional Audit, NHS NW SHA annual reviews.

Maintain a portfolio of programmes that are academically validated by the University and PSRB's as appropriate

Lead quality improvement activities within the School

Advising and supporting staff on teaching, learning, assessment and curriculum developments.


Pre Registration Degree

Independent Learning Level 6

Developing the evidence base practice Level 6

Post Qualifying / Postgraduate

Evidence Based Practice – Level 6

Personal Tutor for BSc students (Sept 2010)

Research Interests

Retention of students

In House Whole School Project – Retention Sept 2006 cohort

College Student Experience Survey – Sept 2009 / 10 / 11 cohort

Qualifications and Memberships

Registered General Nurse (RGN)

Registered Nurse Tutor (RNT)

Certificate in Education (Cert Ed)

Diploma in Nursing (Part A)

BA in Nursing Education

MSc in Nursing Studies

HEA Fellow


Associate Editor and author of 2 Chapters – Application of  Roper, Logan and Tierney Model in Practice Published by Elsevier in Sept 2003 revised edition for 2008 and new version planned for 2013

Ball, E & Franks, H & Jenkins, J & Leigh, J & McGrath, M (2009), 'Annotation is a Valuable Tool to Enhance Learning and Assessment in Student Essays’, Nurse Education Today, 29(3), p.284.