Dr Janice Clarke

Senior Lecturer, Allied Health Sciences

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: janice.clarke@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 85 5367

PhD Nursing and Spirituality

Bsc (Hons) Advanced Professional Studies (First Class)

Post Graduate Certificate in Education

RGN, RM

ENB 100 ‘General Intensive Care Nursing’

ENB 978 ‘Promotion of Continence and the Management of Incontinence’

ENB 941 ‘Nursing Elderly People’

ENB 998 ‘Teaching and Assessing in Clinical Practice’

Training and Development Lead Body (TDLB), D32, D33, D34

Teaching & Research

Research Interests

Qualitative study of care assistant’s perception of their role (1997)

Nursing and Spirituality: a theological approach (2005)

An Evaluation of the Community Matron role in a small rural town (2006)

 

Professional Interests

Research Methods (Especially Qualitiative)

Philosophies and models of care

Research Methodology and Implementation

Evidence Based Practice

Professional issues in nursing

Spirituality, religion and ethnicity in relation to Nursing

Sociology and philosophy of nursing

Roles and professional issues in nursing

Academic Writing Skills

Professional Experience

Registered nurse

Experience in Elderly Care, Intensive Care, Coronary Care

Publications

Clarke, J. (2013) ‘Spiritual Care in Everyday Nursing Practice: a new approach’ , Palgrave Macmillan.

Clarke, J. (2011) Nursing and Christianity, in Nursing, Religion and Ethics, Fowler et al (Eds.) , Springer Publishing, New York

Moss, B. Clarke, J, Moody, I. (2011) Teaching Spirituality, in Spirituality and Mental Health, Pavilion, London

Clarke, J. (2010) Body and soul in mental health care, Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 13, (6), 649–657

Clarke, J. (2009) A Critical View of how Nursing has Defined Spirituality, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18, 1666-1673 Clarke, J. (2009) Student centred teaching methods in a Chinese Setting, Nurse Education Today, 30, 15-19

Clarke, J. (2007) A response to Henery, N. (2007)

Commentary on Clarke, J, (2006) A discussion paper about 'meaning' in the nursing literature on spirituality: an interpretation of meaning as "ultimate concern" using the work of Paul Tillich, International Journal of Nursing Studies, 43, 915-921

Clarke, J, (2006) Religion and spirituality: A discussion paper about negativity, reductionism and differentiation in nursing texts, International Journal of Nursing Studies, 43, 775-785

Clarke, J, (2006) A discussion paper about 'meaning' in the nursing literature on spirituality: an interpretation of meaning as "ultimate concern" using the work of Paul Tillich, International Journal of Nursing Studies, 43, 915-921

Clarke, J. (1999) The Diminishing Role of Nurses in Hands on Care, Nursing Times 25,(27),48-49

External Responsibilities

Editorial, Referee or Review work:

2004 – present - Member of Editorial Board – Practical  Theology

2005 - present – Reviewer for the Journal of Advanced Nursing, The International Journal of Nursing Studies and Blackwell Publishers  

Current Membership of Professional and Academic Associations:

Executive Board Member of the British Association for the Study of Spirituality

Member of the Higher Education Academy (Institute of Learning and Teaching)

Member of the International Philosophy of Nursing Society

Member of Hull Centre for Spirituality Studies