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Carnegie School of Sport

RESEARCH THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE Our research degrees are for people that want to solve problems. People who listen, and collaborate. Read more

Realising the potential of place-based arts/health interventions. (Ref: RDF22/HLS/SWECW/ROBSON)

This studentship provides an exciting opportunity to identify, engage with, and respond to the challenges of developing arts/health activity with communities that experience significant health inequalities. Read more

Understanding the myths and stories which shape the looked after – and previously looked after – child’s journey through the education system in England (Ref: RDF22/HLS/SWECW/HOULT)

This is an opportunity to study in the exciting, cross-disciplinary research environment in the Department of Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing at the University of Northumbria, where improving the experiences of disadvantaged and marginalised people is at the heart of our integrated research strategy. Read more

Improving Hydration Status, Cognition and Learning in Primary School Aged Children through Milk (and Milk Permeate) Consumption. (REF: RDF22/HLS/SER/RUMBOLD)

During Covid-19 and the UK lockdown, children have been impacted severely (and unequally), meaning that many children were away from school for 6 months during the first lockdown (Holt & Murray, 2021), potentially influencing learning and educational development. Read more

Understanding the psychological and social determinants of the impact of languageless visual health messages (GIFs) to promote Covid-19 preventive behaviours in Latin America and the UK. (Ref: RDF22/HLS/PSY/OBRIEN)

Effective public health communications are critical to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Government guidance and legislation have advocated and coerced evidence-based transmission preventive behaviours, such as physical distancing, good hygiene practices such as handwashing, and mask-wearing. Read more

Techno-Environmental Habitus in the UK Higher Education (Advert Reference: MRDF22/ADSS/HDD/RAGNEDDA)

The pervasive presence of technology in students’ everyday life has affected social practices by producing a dynamic conceptualisation of learning “communities” in Higher Education (HE) and students’ support networks (Raaper and Brown, 2020). Read more

Reading and writing in a digital world

The relationship between reading and writing has been well-documented in the literature for printed text. What is less clear is how writing and reading skills relate in a digital world and how digital technologies shape the development of these two skills. Read more

Characterising Autistic Auditory Processing

  Research Group: Acoustics Research Centre
The concept of aural diversity (Drever, 2017) has recently emerged as a novel way of reconceptualising hearing differences. Aural diversity aims to accommodate the whole range of aural experience, including examples such as the musician with tinnitus, the lip-reading churchgoer and the autistic school student. Read more

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