Janice Morse
Janice Morse is the developer of the Morse Fall Scale.

An experienced nurse, professor, and researcher, Janice Morse has made outstanding theoretical and methodological contributions to our understanding of various phenomena central to nursing sciences.

She holds doctorate degrees in nursing and anthropology and is currently a distinguished professor and presidential endowed chair at the University of Utah's College of Nursing. She is also a professor emeritus at the University of Alberta, a member of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, and the University of Utah's Academy of Health Science Educators. Janice Morse is the founder of the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, helped create three journals on qualitative research methods, and was a lead author for a series of textbooks on qualitative methods published by Sage Publications. This inspiring woman's erudition, her remarkable contribution to nursing sciences, and her leadership have made her a shining example over the course of her career. Her work has had a significant impact on training, practice, and research in the field of nursing.