Dr. Janice Grant

School of Health and Society

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Contact Details

Mary Seacole building 3.41

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Current positions

Lecturer in Nursing (part-time)


Janice is an experienced academic who has worked at the University of Salford for over 30 years in several leadership and management roles such as Director Multi-Professional Studies, Director of Pre-registration nursing and Professional Lead for Children & Young People. Since 2017 she has worked part-time as Lecturer, Clinical Educator TNA Apprenticeship Programme, and is currently module leader on the BSc Nursing Studies Programme. She is a Certified Workplace Mediator and has worked with the CQC and the QAA on quality assessment and improvement CYP practice and educational quality improvement. She has worked in many quality assessment and management roles including Complaints Investigator, Academic Misconduct Panel Chair, PhD Viva Chair, External Examiner, Internal and External Moderator and NMC Specialist Advisor. Janice led the development and delivery of the only commissioned national Accelerated Programme for conversion of Registered Nurses to become graduate Children’s Nurses. Janice’s PhD research examined academic expectations versus reality and explanatory models for students staying or departing from undergraduate nursing programmes.


  • Leadership and management development for students
  • Clinical Decision-Making
  • Psychological effects of serious and long term ill-health on the child and family
  • Care of children with special needs and their families: Safeguarding Children and Young People

Research Interests

  • Expectation versus reality and the role of academic and social engagement in persistence of undergraduate nursing students
  • Improving patient experience of children on the autism spectrum

Qualifications and Memberships

  • PhD
  • MSc
  • BSc RN
  • RN Child
  • Cert Ed
  • Registered Nurse Teacher
  • Practice Educator
  • Workplace Mediator (National College)
  • Fellow of HEA
  • ILT
  • Autism Special Interest Group (RMCH)