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Jane Collins

PositionNursing Lecturer and Programme Lead
DepartmentSchool of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership
Feedback HoursMon - Fri, 9 - 4
Telephone01274 236401

Research Interests (key words only)

Tissue Viability, Pressure Ulcers, Prescribing, Nursing.

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

  • Wound prevention and treatment
  • Prescribing principles
  • Clinical skills
  • BLS

Administrative Responsibilities

Programme management.


My specialist field is wound prevention and treatment. I hold Degree and Masters level qualifications in nursing and education. I have 18 years of tissue viability experience in acute and chronic wound prevention and management.

I work within a lecturing role in the nursing division ; my clinical activity is gained working within the Wound Healing Unit in Bradford.  As an independent nurse prescriber I am responsible for jointly leading the Prescribing provision at Bradford.

Study History

  • Registered Lecturer/Practice Education - 2005 - Present
  • MSc Health Professional Education - 2004
  • Registered Nurse Independent/Supplementary Prescriber - 2004 - Present
  • Tissue viability modules in leg ulcers, dermatology and tissue viability -  2000
  • BSc - 1996
  • Diploma In Nursing - 1993 
  • Registered Nurse since 1989

Professional History

  • Majority of clinical practice in Calderdale acute Trust and community
  • Lecturing history – University of Bradford
  • Current clinical wound care sister – BRI wound healing unit
  • Expert witness in wound prevention and management

Professional Activities

Wound Care Sister (horary), BRI.


Vowden K,  Collins J , Warner V (2016) pressure ulcer Incidence : do patients retain information  European wound management association (EWMA) journal 16(1), page 35-6.

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