Two professors awarded School of Nursing visiting professorships

Professors Jane Salvage and Dr Karen Norman have both been awarded School of Nursing visiting professorships

Photo of Professors Jane SalvageProfessor Jane Salvage has joined the Faculty as a writer in residence. She is an independent health consultant, author and policy activist with an international reputation for leadership in nursing and healthcare development who has published widely.

Jane has held senior posts with the Prime Minister’s Commission on the Future of Nursing and Midwifery in England, the World Health Organization, Nursing Times magazine, the King’s Fund and elsewhere. She recently participated on the Willis Commission on Nursing Education. Kingston University and St George’s, University of London, presented Jane with an honorary doctorate of science (Hon DSc.) in 2011 in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the nursing profession.

Dr. Karen Norman also has a professional background in nursing and is currently Executive Director of Strategic Development for the Gibraltar Health Authority. Her career encompasses three decades working in healthcare, in both the public and private sectors, in the UK, Australia and New Zealand and latterly, Gibraltar.

With 20 years working at Board level, she also has management consultancy experience gained with an international consultancy company. Karen is a Research Supervisor for the Complexity and Management Group at the University of Hertfordshire, which has an international reputation for its work on the implications of complexity theories for organisations.