School of Life and Health Sciences Aston University Birmingham, B4 7ET UK
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Applied Health Research Group
Aston Research centre in CHildren and Young people's health(ARCHY)
"Understanding the psychology of physical symptoms": an Inaugural Lecture by Prof Helen Pattison
Merryl Harvey Impact on fathers and fathering of witnessing neonatal emergency care (supported by BLISS fellowship)
Jonathan Ives Becoming a father / refusing fatherhood: how paternal responsibilities and rights are generated (Wellcome studentship, co-supervised by Heather Draper, Birmingham University) http://pcpoh.bham.ac.uk/primarycare/cbme/fatherhood.htm
Shugafta Javed A mixed methods study of the implications for pharmacy policy and practice of self-tests for signs of serious illness (ESRC PPRT CASE award, co-supervised by Prof John Marriott)
Christian Borg Xuereb Patients’ knowledge and beliefs about Atrial Fibrillation and anticoagulation therapy and their impact on INR control and Quality of Life (Bayer HealthCare, principal supervisor Dr Rachel Shaw, co-supervised by Dr Deirdre Lane, Birmingham University)
Danielle Clarkesmith Trial of and Educational intervention on patients’ knowledge of Atrial Fibrillation and anticoagulation therapy, INR control and outcome of Treatment with warfarin (TREAT) (Bayer HealthCare, co-supervised by Dr Deirdre Lane, Birmingham University)
Ying Zhang Effect of a Community-based Intervention on Breast Cancer Screening among Chinese Women in the UK (Breast Cancer Campaign and international student bursary)
Fozia Ikram Type2 Diabetes Risk-Perceptions Within the South Asian Community: A Protection-Motivation Approach
Adrienne Hudson. Preparing nurses to care for a child suffering an acute life threatening event. (West Midlands Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research Training Award. Principal supervisor Rachel Shaw with Heather Duncan, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, External consultant).
Kirsty Killick (née Morton) Experiences of using the community pharmacy: hypertension/hyperlipidaemia patients’ perspective. (MRC/ESRC interdisciplinary studentship)
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