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Dr Jaqui Hewitt-Taylor

  • 01202 962174
  • jhtaylor at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Senior Lecturer (0.8 FTE) - Child Health
  • Royal London House R119, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LT
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Biography

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.

Research

COLAB

Journal Articles

Books

Chapters

  • 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.

Conferences

  • Bond, C. and Hewitt-Taylor, J., 2014. Quality of Health Websites – Time for a Rethink. In: Medicine 2.0 World Congress on Social Media, Mobile Apps, Internet / Web 2.0 13 November-14 June 2014 Maui, USA.
  • Hewitt-Taylor, J. and Bond, C.S., 2013. Doctor, nurse or apomediary? What role should healthcare professionals play in assisting patients with long term conditions to access, and make sense of, information from the internet. 139-143.
  • Bond, C.S. and Hewitt-Taylor, J., 2011. Online Discussion Boards as Research Data; Exploring the Ethical Issues. In: Medicine 2.0 18-19 September 2011 Palo Alto, California.

Reports

PhD Students

  • Joanna Holmes
  • Andrea Hasslebusch. School based occupational therapy
  • Sue Melling. Relatives experiences of their loved one's hospitalisation
  • Sophie Smith. Older people's mealtime experiences
  • Jo Frost. Approaches to medical provision in children's palliative care
  • Besty Jose. Older people's experiences of social connectedness

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Exploring and Evaluating Evidence
  • Developing a study proposal

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Designing and evaluating change
  • Locating and evaluating evidence for professional practice

Grants

  • 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

  • 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

Memberships

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