Anne Jarvis

Anne Jarvis

Senior Lecturer

School of Sport and Health Sciences

Greenbank Building GB215

+44 (0) 1772 89 5525

Subject Areas: Nursing

Anne Jarvis is a Senior Lecturer in Acute Critical & Emergency Care, School of Sport and Health Sciences.

Teaching activities and responsibilities

Specialist in neuroscience nursing, Anne is the module leader for NU3092 Neurologic Emergencies. She is a member of several of the module teams, teaching pre-registration and post graduate nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and operating department practitioners.

Full Profile

Formerly a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) and with a background in neurosurgical nursing, Anne’s clinical experience was gained at the Greater Manchester Neuroscience Centre, Salford. Academically, Anne is a graduate of psychology and has completed her M.Sc. She has an interest in the patient journey and recovery from acute illness.

  • R.G.N. Registered General Nurse- Bolton Hospitals, qualified 1989
  • B.Sc. (Hons) Psychology, B.I.H.E. 1994
  • M.Sc. Practitioner Research (by research), Manchester Metropolitan University, 2001          
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, 2019

Anne is a member of B.A.N.N. (British Association of Neurosurgical Nurses) and the NNBG (National Neurosciences Benchmarking Group).



Jarvis, A. (2019). Reflecting on technology-enabled learning in neuroscience nursing. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 15(4), 190-193.

Jarvis, A. & Talbot, L. (2006). Multi-professional follow up of patients after subarachnoid haemorrhage. In S. Woodward (Ed) Neuroscience nursing; Assessment and patient management. (pp.149-160). London: 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.