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Anne Jarvis is a lecturer within the pre-registration adult nursing division at UCLan.
Prior to working at UCLan, Anne’s nursing experience was mainly within the area of neurosurgical nursing. After gaining experience on the regional unit at Salford, she then held the post of Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) within Neurosurgery, completing her M.Sc. during this time.
Anne is also a graduate of psychology and has an interest in the patient journey and recovery from acute illness. She is a member of B.A.N.N. (British Association of Neurosurgical Nurses)
R.G.N. Registered General Nurse- Bolton Hospitals, qualified 1989
B.Sc. (Hons) Psychology, B.I.H.E. 1994
E.N.B. 998 Teaching and Assessing in Clinical Practice, Salford 1998
E.N.B. 923 Developments in Nursing Care, Salford, 1999
E.N.B. 148 Diploma in Neuro-medical and Neuro-surgical Nursing, Salford, 1999
M.Sc. Practitioner Research (by research), Manchester Metropolitan University, 2001
Jarvis, A. & Talbot, L. (2004) Chapter 11 “Multi-Professional Follow Up Of Patients After Subarachnoid Haemorrhage” In “Neuroscience Nursing; Assessment and Patient Management” (2006) S. Woodward (Ed), Quay Books, (ISBN 1-85642-308-5)
Jarvis, A. & Talbot, L. (2004) “Multi-Professional Follow Up Of Patients After Subarachnoid Haemorrhage” British Journal of Nursing, 13:2, 1262-1267
Jarvis, A. (2002) “Recovering From Subarachnoid Haemorrhage; Patients’ Perspective” British Journal of Nursing, 11:22, 1430-1437
Wild, A. (2000) “Subarachnoid Haemorrhage: The Role of The Specialist Nurse” Nursing Times, 96:4, 42-43