I couldn’t be happier for Rachel! And well done for choosing a title that got laughters! Super proud to receive my doctorate (and a few laughs at the title!) today from @univofstandrews @StAndMedicine – I know @Gozde786 was sad to be missing it, so here's a wee video clip! pic.twitter.com/jgrxu6UO1g… Continue reading
So pleased to share this paper with you! I had the pleasure of supervising Niall’s stage 2 research project and here’s the publication! It’s open access. Anderson, N., Ozakinci, G. “It All Needs To Be A Full Jigsaw, Not Just Bits”: Exploration of Healthcare Professionals’ Beliefs towards Supported Self-Management for… Continue reading
So proud of Rachel Nutt (soon to graduate!) who got an Early Career Researcher Public Engagement Award from School of Medicine! Rachel planned an excellent public engagement event for her ESRC studentship around active living in Fife. It was such a well-thought day with participants from cardiac rehab, health care… Continue reading
Absolutely delighted to share with you the Career Case studies that is prepared by BPS Division of Health Psychology-Scotland branch! This work shows the range of work that our graduates do. Please check it out! DHPS-Career case studies_220519
So, I wrote this briefing paper for Scottish School of Primary Care on physical activity participation by adults. I hope that GP clusters will find it useful to see how behavioural health consultants can assist and how community resources such as jogscotland and parkrun can be connected to primary care…. Continue reading
Delighted that this latest paper from the DISPLAY study is out. Led by Prof Jamie Pearce of University of Edinburgh, we looked at how the introduction of point-of-sale legislation affected the presence and visibility of tobacco retailing in Scotland in a longitudinal study. Check it out: How has the introduction… Continue reading
Aleksandra published her first paper from her dissertation at BMC Cancer (open access): https://bmccancer.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12885-018-4766-y The paper examined the determinants of fertility issues experienced by young women diagnosed with breast or gynaecological cancer and it’s a cross-cultural study with data from Poland and UK. Check it out!
We were delighted that we were able to tell the audience about our ongoing work on creating a link between @jogscotland (Scotland’s recreational running network) and primary care in Edinburgh yesterday. SPARC 2018 had a packed programme (http://www.sparc.education.ed.ac.uk/programme/) and it is one of the highlights of the year for those… Continue reading
We are delighted that Pelin passed her viva on 9th March with minor corrections! Pelin will be returning to Turkey to a faculty position and we wish her the best!
I’m delighted that Julie successfully completed her Stage 2 training! I had the pleasure of supervising her training. We are extra delighted as she has also completed her stage 1 training in our MSc programme in St Andrews.