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Dr Jaqui Hewitt-Taylor

  • Senior Lecturer in Public Health
  • BGB
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I am a Senior Lecturer in Practice Development with a focus on children with long term conditions, particularly children who require long term assisted ventilation. I have additionally been involved in research related to adults with long term conditions, and health related use of online and electronic media. I have been involved in two KTPs and am currently a part of the COLAB project. I am unit leader for research units on the MSc Public Health and MSc Clinical Research. I supervise PhD students and MSc student dissertations.



Journal Articles



  • Hewitt-Taylor, J. and Andrewes, C., 2005. Combining research, knowledge transfer and entrepreneurship. In: Newland, B., Norman, K. and Johnson, M., eds. Enhancing graduate employability : the roles of learning, teaching, research and knowledge transfer : Proceedings of the Bournemouth University Learning and Teaching Conference, May 10th 2005, Bournemouth University. Poole, UK: Learning Design Studio, Bournemouth University, 25-31.



PhD Students

  • Besty Jose. Older people's experiences of social connectedness
  • Jo Frost. Approaches to medical provision in children's palliative care
  • Sophie Smith. Older people's mealtime experiences
  • Sue Melling. Relatives experiences of their loved one's hospitalisation
  • Andrea Hasslebusch. School based occupational therapy
  • Joanna Holmes
  • Aniebiet Ekong. Barriers and facilitators to healthy eating amongst Black African immigrant women, (In progress)

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Developing a study proposal
  • Exploring and Evaluating Evidence
  • Research Methods
  • Dissertation unit
  • Public Health Management Strategies

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Locating and evaluating evidence for professional practice
  • Literature review methods


  • Assessment of children with complex needs in foster care (KTP/ TSB, 31 May 2014). Awarded
  • Assessment of children with complex needs in residential settings (KTP/ TSB, 06 Sep 2010). Awarded

Internal Responsibilities

  • committee member, Post Graduate examiners approval

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • INvolvement in ESRC Festival of Learning, with a focus on wellbeing and nature
  • BU Festival of Learning workshop. Living with a long-term condition: The role of information and decision-making. An exciting and informative event where patients and healthcare professionals shared their knowledge.
  • Evaluation of Bristol Court Support Worker project


  • Nursng and Midwifery Council, Member (1988-),