‘Jane Salvage is a hugely influential nurse leader who has contributed to advancing nursing in a wide number of roles throughout her career. Whether it’s through publishing, writing, or her government work she has made an extremely positive and significant impact on the profession’ – citation for honorary doctorate of science (Hon DSc), Kingston University and St George's, University of London, in recognition of my ‘outstanding contribution to the nursing profession’, 2011.
‘Who’s Who describes Jane as an author and nursing consultant, but her contributions go much further. As a policy activist driven by humanitarian values, she shapes debate and inspires and encourages nurses everywhere’ - citation for Fellowship of the Royal College of Nursing, ’in recognition of an exceptional contribution to the advancement of the science and art of nursing’, 2012.
'Just wanted to say thank you for running such an inspirational programme which went down very well with our cohort. Hope we can work together in the future and we will invite you to all future events' - Helen Liggett, NHS North West Healthcare Science Workforce Lead, on the innovation programme I co-facilitated for GateHouse, 2013.
'I am a practising health visitor and Queen's Nurse. I was very honoured to have been presented the Queen's Nurse award by you last year. Soon after I attended your Writing for Publication workshop and have been writing in several nursing journals since. I have also just achieved one of my biggest goals - becoming a published author. I have penned my first book - Tune In To Your Baby. Many thanks for your contribution to bringing about the birth of this book' - Ruth Oshikanlu, 2013.
'It is a real privilege for Middlesex University to be able to recognise expertise, public duty and creativity by offering outstanding individuals one of our Honorary Degrees. I congratulate Jane - her achievement is very well deserved' - Dr Tim Blackman, Vice Chancellor, Middlesex University, 2016.