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Speaker Biography

Professor Jane Salvage

Professor Jane Salvage
Jane is a versatile nursing consultant and works as a project manager, trainer and writer with skills in strategy, leadership, change management and communications. She is well known in UK and international health circles as a policy activist and passionate advocate of supporting health workers to develop their skills, especially in primary health care.

Her experience includes spells as editor of Nursing Times, as the World Health Organization’s nurse adviser for Europe, and as main author of Front Line Care, the report of the Prime Minister’s Commission on the Future of Nursing and Midwifery in England (2010). She is visiting professor at the Florence Nightingale School, and policy adviser to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health. She has a Cambridge English degree, a master’s in medical sociology, and two honorary doctorates.

Jane was made a QNI Fellow in 2009, and contributed to the QNI Homeless Health Initiative in 2010. As a QNI Trustee, she brings her skills to the cause of community nursing.