Dr Jason Michael Devereux

Lecturer in Healthcare Sciences (Learning Disability)

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May 2017 - Lecturer in Nursing (Learning Disability)

June 2016 – May 2017, Behaviour Analyst / Nurse Lecturer

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board / Bangor University (seconded from BCUHB to Bangor University). (Based at Bryn Y Neuadd Hospital).

Dec 2013 – June 2016, Community Nurse for people with a learning disability / Nurse Lecturer 

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board / Bangor University (seconded from BCUHB to Bangor University) (Based at Conwy Community Learning Disability Team).  

Sep 2012 – Dec 2013, Behaviour analyst / Nurse Lecturer

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board / Bangor University (seconded from BCUHB to Bangor University) (Based at Bryn Y Neuadd Hospital)

Sep 2005 – Sep 2012, Community Nurse for people with a learning disability, Conwy Community Learning Disability Team

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Sep 2000 – Sep 2005, Lecturer / practitioner

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board / Bangor University (seconded from BCUHB to Bangor University) 

1985 – 2000, Staff Nurse

Bryn y Neuadd Hospital, North West Wales Health Trust

Research

(2009). Devereux, J., Hastings, R., Noone, S., Firth, A., & Totsika, V. Social support and coping as mediators or moderators of the impact of work stressors on burnout in intellectual disability support staff. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 30, 367–377.

(2009). Devereux, J., Hastings, R., & Noone, S. Staff Stress and Burnout in Intellectual Disability Services: Work Stress Theory and its Application. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 22, 561–573.

Other

PRESENTATIONS

(2010) Poster presentation. RCN Conference, (Cardiff). Social support and coping as mediators or moderators of the impact of work stressors on burnout in intellectual disability support staff.

 (2008) Poster presentation. Seattle club, (Newcastle). Social support and coping as mediators or moderators of the impact of work stressors on burnout in intellectual disability support staff.

(2007) Poster presentation. Seattle Club, (Glasgow). Work stress and positive experiences of support staff working with individuals with intellectual disability.

 (2005) Poster presentation Seattle Club, (Cardiff). The development of a measure of staff team characteristics. 

 ADDITIONAL TRAINING

 (2015) Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Training, (Bangor University / BCUHB)

 (2012) Welsh Applied Risk Research Network. (WARRN) risk assessment - train the trainer training.

 (2010) (WARRN) HCR/SVR – 20 Forensic risk Assessment Training.

 (2007) Mindfulness Training. Bangor University, (Bangor University).

 (2007) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Experiential Workshop, (Bangor University).

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2013 - Other , Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Behaviour Analysis
  • 2009 - PhD , Staff Wellbeing of Support Staff Working with people with an Intellectual Disability , Bangor University
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