Staff profile

Jessica Jackson


Research Nurse

College

College of Health and Social Care

Research centre

Health and Social Care Research Centre

Campus

Kedleston Road, Derby Campus

Email

j.jackson2@derby.ac.uk

About

I support University Academics in a variety of research studies as part of the Health and Social Care Research Centre.

I am also a registered Specalist Community Public Health Nurse (Health Visitor) practicing part time for a local NHS Trust. She has a background as a Mental Health Nursing within Child and Adolecsent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and 18 years expereinces of working ina variety of settings within Health and Social Care.

Teaching responsibilities

I am an Associate Academic for for the University of Derby Online (UDOL)

Professional interests

I have a passion for applied research which has potential for positive impact on the health and wellbeing of any given community.

Since working at the University I have been involved in implementing studies with a variety of methodologies. This included, for example, a randomised control trial, systematic review and qualitative explorative studies.

Research interests

My personal research area of interest is focused on Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting).

I am particulary interested in the evidencing interventions which can promote and support the continuation of breastfeeding.

Membership of professional bodies

Qualifications

Recent conferences

UNICEF Baby Friendly Conference 2018 - Poster Presentation - ‘OH, YOU’RE STILL FEEDING?’ An exploration of mothers’ experiences breastfeeding a child aged 12 months and beyond

European Conference for Public Health 2017 - Oral Presentation -Using behavioural insights to improve the healthiness of children’s packed lunches

Recent publications

Jackson, J. E. & Hallam, J. 2019. ‘I felt like I was doing something wrong’: A qualitative exploration of mothers' experiences of breastfeeding. Journal of Health Visiting, 7, 166-172.

Jackson, J (2019) Social media: blurred lines between personal and professional behaviour. Practice Nurse. 49 (4)

Safari R, Jackson J, Dhadda B, Watkins, M, Sheffield D, Anthony D (2018). Digital interventions to promote self-management in people with osteoarthritis: systematic review and meta-analysis. PROSPERO 2018 CRD42018089322

Bird, J, Ali, P, Jackson, J (2018) Systematic review of arts-based therapeutic and educational interventions with victims of domestic violence and abuse. PROSPERO 2018 CRD42018104511

Ward D, Jackson J, Giles D, Bunten A, Howell-Jones R, Burgess-Allen J (2017); Using behavioural insights to improve the healthiness of children’s packed lunches: Jessica Jackson, European Journal of Public Health, Volume 27, Issue suppl_3, 1 November 2017, ckx187.316

A Woodward, D Ward, J Jackson (2017); Exploring the Long-term Influence of the Family Nurse Partnership on the Lives of Young Mothers: Jessica Jackson, European Journal of Public Health, Volume 27, Issue suppl_3, 1 November 2017, ckx186.308