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We have 105 Health Psychology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Co-developing a behaviour change approach to support parents to prevent food allergies in babies

The NIHR Southampton Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) is offering a four-year funded PhD studentship for an individual with a strong academic record relevant to behavioural science and an aptitude and interest in research. Read more

Digital Interventions for Young People with Long-term Conditions

Digital technologies have become part of everyday life for most people and innovation in the digital sphere is happening fast. The capacity for technology to improve health and wellbeing outcomes is substantial. Read more

Food consumption behaviour and digitally connected food system

Our food system faces a number of challenges, including overweight and obesity issues, unhealthy food consumption behaviour, food affordability and waste, cost of living and increased poverty and hunger, which increases food inequality and the strain on the food system. Read more

How do peers influence adolescent health behaviour? Using social network analysis to understand mechanisms in peer-led interventions.

Peers can have a large impact on health behaviour during adolescence. Social network interventions in schools, which involve using influential, or well-connected, students to help change behaviour, are increasingly common and show great potential. Read more

Moving more for mental well-being in menopause: development of workplace intervention strategies

In 2021, the Scottish Government launched a Women’s Health Plan, acknowledging the need to better support the ~400,000 women of menopausal age. Menopausal symptoms can have a negative impact on women’s work experiences, with lower employment rates/attendance associated with a number of menopausal symptoms. Read more

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