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Jason Vickers

Lecturer

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: j.vickers@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 54 2853

Jay is an occupational therapist teaching practice and research skills at the University of Worcester. He previously worked as an occupational therapy service manager in a specialist faith charity for young people with learning disabilities. Jay has taught undergraduate occupational therapy students on a range of modules and facilitated Problem Based Learning sessions. Jay has presented in related areas at the College of Occupational Therapists, the Royal College of Nursing and The British Sociological Association.   His research interests relate to young people and healthcare engagement.

Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

Professional Bodies

Professional Bodies

Publications

Publications

Conferences

Bodell, S. Hook, A. Vickers, J.  (Pending).  Student Perceptions of Online Continuing Professional Development Portfolio Use. ENOTHE/COTEC, Abstract Submission.

Hook, A. Bodell, S. Vickers, J.  (Pending).  Student Perceptions of Managing Occupational Balance Through App Based Technology. ENOTHE/COTEC, Abstract Submission.

Vickers, J. (2014). Understanding Young Peoples Engagement in Healthcare. The Occupational Therapy Symposium. The University of Salford.

Vickers, J. (2014). Understanding Young Peoples Engagement in Healthcare. British Sociological Association Medical Group Annual Conference, Birmingham.

Vickers, J. (2013). Understanding Young Peoples Engagement in Healthcare. British Sociological Association Teaching Group Regional Conference. The University of Salford.

Vickers, J. (2012). Prize Winning Research Poster: Understanding Young Peoples Engagement in Healthcare. Royal College of Nursing Joint Children and Young People Forum Conference and Exhibition, Leeds

Vickers, J. (2011). Occupational Therapy in a High School Setting. The College Of Occupational Therapists 36th Annual Conference and Exhibition, Brighton.

Conference Organiser

Vickers, J. (2014). Research In The Real World. The University of Salford.

External Responsibilities

External Responsibilities