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Researcher profile for Jayne Webster

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Jayne Webster

Jayne is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Occupational Therapy based at the satellite site in Hamilton (Wintec), working for Otago Polytechnic since 2011. Prior to this, Jayne worked in the USA in a clinical/management role within the human services for 10 years. Her qualifications include a PG Dip OT, BHSc(OT), GDTE (Level 7), NZROT and maintained OTR (USA) and Australian OT registration. Jayne's interests are in the field of mental health, sensory processing and developmental disabilities.

Jayne is co convenor of the mental health academics ANZOTMHA (Australia and New Zealand) steering committee looking at research based on mental health curriculum and clinicians current practice, with the aim to ensure that Otago Polytechnic school of occupational therapy curriculum is at a superior standard. Jayne has recently published research in the Australian Occupational therapy journal related to the research and has presented at numerous conferences with the group.
Jayne has completed her masters looking at retention of occupational therapists working in mental health services in New Zealand with strong links to professional identity.
When Jayne is not working, she loves to travel and spend time at the beach.

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See a list of articles published in issues of: Scope: Contemporary Research Topics by this researcher.

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