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Gender and Sexual Politics from Trans-National Perspectives

The aim of this PhD project will be to explore the gendered and sexual politics from the trans-national and global perspectives. Grounded in critical epistemologies and interdisciplinary approaches from e.g. Read more
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1. Benevolent and traumatic experiences in PTSD and CPTSD

 . PROJECT DESCRIPTION. Research in the area of psychological trauma has predominantly focused on the impact of negative life events on PTSD and CPTSD. Read more
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The public opinion about women’s traumatic birth experiences

Childbirth has a social implication as it is the means for survival of the species. Worldwide, between 9% to 50% of women experience childbirth as traumatic, known to have detrimental effects for women’s mental health and their wellbeing. Read more
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The practical utility of woman-centred care according to women

Woman-centred care has been recognised as a marker of quality in midwifery services, acknowledged in various policy and organisational documents. Woman-centred care is a philosophy authentic to midwifery that scaffolds and precedes the practical capacity and utility of woman-centred care in daily practice. Read more
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Technology assisted Motivational Interviewing and self-regulated learning to enhance physical activity and health outcomes in adolescent cancer patients and survivors

Physical activity has a significant impact on health, with ‘conclusive and overwhelming’ scientific evidence available highlighting physical inactivity as a primary cause of 35 chronic diseases (Boothe et al., 2012) and can be considered a ‘vital sign’ (Golightly et al., 2017). Read more
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Exploring the effects of COVID 19 on health care provision

Proposed area of investigation. The COVID-19 pandemic is acknowledged as an ongoing burden on health care provision as noted in the recent report. Read more
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Biological management of the potato cyst nematode

The potato is one of the UK’s most valuable arable crops and represents a market worth £4.1 billion annually. However, growers face major challenges in sustaining high yields and crop quality. Read more

An AI-driven approach to proactive Internet Of Things (IoT) based systems

The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the ever-growing network of physical objects such as smart devices, vehicles, buildings and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enable these objects to interact autonomously and intelligently. Read more
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Jazz in the European Context

Following the migration of jazz from its erstwhile American roots in the early 20th Century, jazz has established itself as a dynamic and intrinsic component of European culture. Read more

A Cyber-Resilient Resistance? Exploring how activist communities conceptualise, organise, and resist contemporary digital state surveillance

Over the course the past 5 years, a series of scandals related to police with corruption, misuse of, and excessive force has led to an increasingly critical focus on police-protestor/activist encounters and police surveillance of social movements and activist communities. Read more

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