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.
I’m delighted that our CSO funded study into facilitators and barriers to smoking cessation in cancer patients and family members is out! It’s published in BMC Cancer and it’s open access: https://bmccancer.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12885-017-3344-z
We are very proud of Pelin presenting her unique work in Cardiff!
Super pleased that Aleksandra Sobota is now Dr Sobota!!
Those who know me are well aware that not only I love parkrun but I’m also involved in Cancer Research UK funded research on parkrun. Our local research team is amazing and they have already started implementing findings coming from our project. This is their first initiative: http://www.fifetoday.co.uk/what-s-on/leisure-time/st-andrews-parkrun-rolls-out-red-carpet-for-first-timers-1-3825345 So, if you’re… Continue reading
Delighted DHP-S is organising this 1-day introductory course on intervention mapping! Details are here http://ozakincigroup.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/files/2015/04/DHP-S-CPD-2015-Intervention-Mapping.pdf
I am delighted that Prof Coyne, who will be in Scotland for a few months as Carnegie Centenary Fellow, will give a seminar at the School of Medicine! The seminar will be thought provoking! We hope that you can join us: March 24th 3-4pm seminar room 2, School of Medicine,… Continue reading