Health literacy skills of people who access health information in virtual worlds and their impact on real life health behaviour.
Student: Evelyn McElhinney. firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisors: Prof Francine Cheater, Dr Lisa Kidd.
Intended and unintended consequences of Monitoring & Evaluation practices in HIV prevention in India.
Student: Anuprita Shukla. email@example.com
Supervisors: Dr Flora Cornish, Dr Paul Teedon.
Social prescribing: Provider, prescriber and service user perspectives.
Student: Jane White. firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisors: Dr Flora Cornish, Dr Susan Kerr, Dr Dorothy Ferguson.
The impact of information provision via health-related websites on illness perceptions, help-seeking behaviour and self care practices amongst men experiencing prostatic symptoms.
Student: Julia Clark. email@example.com
Supervisors: Dr Lisa Kidd, Prof Francine Cheater, Dr Kerri McPherson.
Development and evaluation of a parent-focused intervention designed to address developmental language delay and social, emotional and behavioural difficulties in pre-school children.
Student: Stephen Lockie firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisors: Dr Susan Kerr, Dr Kerri McPherson, Professor Matt Sanders.
Self regulation and self efficacy: mechanisms of change in parenting interventions.
Student: Johanna Naylor email@example.com
Supervisors: Dr Elizabeth McGee, Dr Kerri McPherson, Professor Matt Sanders.
Low intensity CBT-based interventions for people with mild/moderate mental health problems: exploring clients' experience of the process and outcomes.
Student: Anne Joice firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisors: Dr Susan Kerr, Dr Maggie Lawrence, Professor Chris Williams.
Sexual health in later life: an exploration of sexual risk-taking behaviour within the context of sexuality in later life.
Student: Jenny Dalrymple
Supervisors: Dr Karen Lorimer, Prof Debbie Tolson, Prof Sue Scott.
Developing a CAM intervention for people living with HIV: a feasibility study.
Student: Graeme Donald
Supervisors: Prof Paul Flowers, Dr Karen Lorimer, Dr Maggie Lawrence.
Positive Aging and the Greying of Sexually Transmitted Infections.
Student: Jennifer MacDonald
Supervisors: Prof Paul Flowers, Dr Karen Lorimer, Dr Christina Knussen.