Jane Mills

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Jane Elizabeth Mills
ResidenceNew Zealand
Alma materMonash University
Scientific career
FieldsConstructivist grounded theory
InstitutionsMassey University, James Cook University
Thesis

Jane Elizabeth Mills is an Australian-New Zealand academic and as of 2019 is a full professor and pro-vice chancellor at Massey University.[1]

Academic career[edit]

After a 2006 PhD titled 'Australian rural nurses' experiences of mentoring : a constructivist grounded theory study' at the Monash University, Mills completed an MBA at Imperial College, London before moving to the Massey University, rising to full professor.[1] Mills is also an adjunct professor at James Cook University.[2]

Mills' best known work relates to constructivist grounded theory.

Selected works[edit]

  • Birks, Melanie, and Jane Mills. Grounded theory: A practical guide. Sage, 2015.
  • Mills, Jane, Ann Bonner, and Karen Francis. "The development of constructivist grounded theory." International journal of qualitative methods 5, no. 1 (2006): 25-35.
  • Mills, J. E., K. L. Francis, and Ann Bonner. "Mentoring, clinical supervision and preceptoring: clarifying the conceptual definitions for Australian rural nurses. A review of the literature." Rural and remote health 5, no. 3 (2005): 410.
  • Francis, Karen L., and Jane E. Mills. "Sustaining and growing the rural nursing and midwifery workforce: Understanding the issues and isolating directions for the future." Collegian 18, no. 2 (2011): 55-60.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Prof Jane Mills - Pro Vice-Chancellor - College of Health - Massey University". www.massey.ac.nz. Massey University, New Zealand.
  2. ^ "Prof Jane Mills - Research Portfolio - James Cook University". research.jcu.edu.au.

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