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Jane Richardson

Senior Lecturer, Allied Health Sciences

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: j.richardson@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 542418

BSc Biological Sciences  
Certificate in Education (FE)  
MEd Science Education  
MSc Nutritional Therapy

Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

Research interest:

PhD project: The impact of a lifestyle intervention on nutritional quality and behaviour change in women who have had breast cancer.

Teaching:

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

Professional Experience

Member of the Nutrition Society

Registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)

 

 

Publications

Publications

 

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

External Responsibilities

Academic advisor to Nutritional Therapy Education Commission (NTEC) 

External Examiner MSc/PGDiploma Nutritional Therapy, Northern College of Acupuncture.