Senior Lecturer, Allied Health Sciences
Institute of Health & Society
tel: 01905 542418
BSc Biological Sciences
Certificate in Education (FE)
MEd Science Education
MSc Nutritional Therapy
- Teaching & Research
Teaching & Research
PhD project: The impact of a lifestyle intervention on nutritional quality and behaviour change in women who have had breast cancer.
HESC3090 Nutrition and Health
NUTH4015 Nutrition through the lifespan
NUTH4017 Research approaches and methods
NUTH4028 Negotiated study in diet, nutrition and health
NUTH4019 & NUTH4020 Dissertation
- Professional Experience
Member of the Nutrition Society
Registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)
Benbow A, and Richardson J (2012) Evaluation of UW Nutritional Therapy clinic, presented at Complementary Therapies and Breast Cancer Awareness Day , University of Worcester.
Richardson, J.A. (2015) Methodological approaches to assessing the impact of a lifestyle intervention. Postgraduate Research Conference, University of Worcester, 26 June 2015.
Richardson J and Cutler T (2012) Immunology. In: Brown M and Cutler T (Eds) Haematology Nursing, Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell.
Richardson J and Mason V (2011) Nutrigenetic Tesing and personalized Nutrition, Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 70 (OCE4), E219.
Richardson J and Mason V (2011) Nutrigenetic testing and personalized nutrition; a qualitative study, presented at Nutrition Society Summer Conference, University of Reading.
Richardson J (2010) Nutrigenetic Testing and Personalised Nutrition: A Nutritional Therapy Perspective. MSc thesis The University of Worcester.
Richardson, J. and Lock, R. (1993) The Readability of Selected A-level Biology Examination Papers. Journal of Biological Education, 27(3) 205-212.
Richardson, J (1990) Student understanding of the language used in A-level Biology examination papers. M.Ed. thesis. University of Birmingham.
Smith, J., Williams, B., Band, M., Hickman, D., Bradley, E., Richardson, J.A., Burton, C., Ferrer, K., Wilkie, V., Bold, J., Hird-Smith, R., Thomas, S., Griffiths, L. & Ackner, S. (2014) Conference Paper: SHAPE (Supporting Health and Promoting Exercise) Project for Young People with Psychosis and Bipolar Disorder: First UK 'Real World' Service Model 9th International Conference on Early Psychosis, Tokyo, Japan.
- External Responsibilities
Academic advisor to Nutritional Therapy Education Commission (NTEC)
External Examiner MSc/PGDiploma Nutritional Therapy, Northern College of Acupuncture.