Dr Jane Day

Deputy Head of School of Medicine

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care


Location: Chelmsford

Jane Day is a therapeutic radiographer, and has a special interest in quality management and enhancement of education to improve the student experience.


Jane qualified as a therapeutic radiographer at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London in 1982, and worked in a number of London teaching hospitals before entering education in 1990. Since this time Jane has managed and led a range of undergraduate and post graduate health and social care provision, including radiography, nursing, midwifery, ODP, paramedic science, social work, public health and inter-professional learning.

Research interests

  • Inter-professional learning
  • Development of expertise


  • Doctorate in Education, University of East Anglia
  • HEA fellow
  • MA (Education), South Bank University
  • Higher Diploma of College of Radiographers
  • Teacher’s Diploma of College of Radiographers
  • Diploma of College of Radiographers (Therapeutic)

Memberships, editorial boards

  • Member of the Editorial board for Imaging and Therapy Practice  2015 – present
  • Member of the editorial committee for the Journal Nurse Education in Practice 2013-present
  • Co-series editor for ‘Essential guides for health and social care professionals’ publishers Cengage.

Selected recent publications

Strudwick, R.M., and Day, J. 2015. Developing Effective Assignment Feedback for an Interprofessional Learning Module – An Action Research Project.  Nurse Education Today 35 pp. 974-980 

Strudwick, R.M. and Day, J. 2014. Interprofessional Working in Diagnostic Radiography. Radiography,Vol 20 (3), 235-240.

Day, J. 2013. Interprofessional working: an essential guide for health and social care professionals. 2nd edition. Hampshire: Cengage Learning EMEA.

Strudwick, R.M, and Day, J. 2013. A seminar series in practice for interprofessional learning (IPL) Health and Social Care Education 2(2), 48-52. DOI: 10.11120/hsce.2013.00030.

Macknally, A. and Day, J. 2009 A survey of techniques to reduce and manage external beam radiation induced xerostomia in British oncology and radiotherapy departments, Radiography, 15 (4), 283-291

Day J. (2002) What is an Expert.? Radiography, 8, 63-70.

Recent presentations and conferences

Harvey-Lloyd, J.M., Rugg, H., Day, J. and Strudwick, R. 2014.  Reflections on professional identity and shared values amongst health and social care students.  BJR Congress series. Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress 2014: e-084.

Day, J., and Wigens, L. 2013. Service Evaluation of pressure ulcer prevention and management at the Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust. The NHS England Midlands & East Directors of Nursing Conference. Leicester.

Day, J., and Wigens, L. 2013. Service Evaluation of pressure ulcer prevention and management at the Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust. Pressure Ulcers: The Way Forward, UCS, Ipswich.

Strudwick, R. and Day, J. 2013 Action research project about interprofessional learning module assignment feedback.  24th International Networking for Education (NET) Conference, 3 – 5 September 2013.  Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge.

Strudwick, R., Day, J. and Harvey-Lloyd, J. 2013. Lessons learnt from IPL.  17th International Reflective Practice Conference, Swansea University.