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John Taylor

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Development and implementation of a discharge pathway protocol for detained offenders with intellectual disabilities, Taylor, J., Breckon, S., Rosenbrier, C., Cocker, P. 11 Sep 2017, In: Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour
  • The validity of two diagnostic systems for personality disorder in people with intellectual disabilities: a short report, Lindsay, W., van Logten, A., Didden, R., Steptoe, L., Taylor, J., Hogue, T. 1 Jul 2017, In: Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour
  • A preliminary controlled trial of a trans-diagnostic programme for cognitive behaviour therapy with adults with intellectual disability, Lindsay, W., Tinsley, S., Beail, N., Hastings, R., Jahoda, A., Taylor, J., Hatton, C. Apr 2015, In: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research
  • Reduction of assaultive behavior following anger treatment of forensic hospital patients with intellectual disabilities, Novaco, R., Taylor, J. 1 Feb 2015, In: Behaviour Research and Therapy
  • Reductions in aggression and violence following cognitive behavioural anger treatment for detained patients with intellectual disabilities, Taylor, J., Novaco, R., Brown, T. 20 Aug 2015, In: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research
  • Sex offenders with intellectual disability referred to levels of community and secure provision: Comparison and prediction of pathway, Carson, D., Lindsay, W., Holland, A., Taylor, J., O'Brien, G., Wheeler, J., Steptoe, L., Johnston, S. 2014, In: Legal and Criminological Psychology


  • MEd July 11 2003
  • Nursing Other Qualification June 30 1992
  • PGCE June 30 1992
  • Health Studies BA (Hons) July 10 1989
  • Nursing Other Qualification May 31 1985
  • Nursing Other Qualification March 31 1977
  • Information not provided Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) 2016


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