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Conversation analysis of health communication

Good communication can enhance health outcomes. In order to optimise health communication in different settings it is important to understand what interactional techniques are used, and which techniques work well and less well. Read more

Nutrition and Exercise Human Clinical Trial for common older age conditions, including Physical Function, Sarcopenia and Frailty, Dementia, Cognitive Impairment, and cardiovascular disease

Wide range of PhD topics and methodologies are available for those interested in older age health and healthy ageing. We are able to offer multidisciplinary projects for studies with human, animal models, metabolomics, and biology in relation to the advertise title. Read more

Implementing a mindful resilience programme for nursing staff providing palliative care: A feasibility study

Background. Burnout among healthcare professionals providing palliative care ranges from 3% to 66%. Promoting the wellbeing and mental health of nursing staff working in palliative care settings and across chronic diseases is a priority to ensure that therapeutic relationships with patients can be maintained. Read more

Brief interventions for parents of children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties: an evidence synthesis with stakeholder engagement

Project Overview. This project will involve a systematic review, meta-analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis to assess the effect of brief interventions for parents of children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD) and whether they are value for money. Read more

A computational framework of associative learning and memory formation

  Research Group: School of Computing
When a musician plays piano, she needs to recall a sequence of notes. Neuroscientists seek to understand how brain activity gives rise to a timed sequence of events, as a result of associative learning and memory formation. Read more

The contribution of social capital in promoting positive sexual and reproductive health in Sub-Saharan Africa

Project reference number. GCUL-2022-001. This project aims to explore the contribution of social capital in promoting positive sexual and reproductive health (SRH) in young people in the context of Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Read more

Food Allergy in UK Adults

Many adults report adverse reactions to food (up to 30% in Europe), but IgE mediated food allergies are much less common (1-5%). The distinction is important as true food allergies can be life threatening whereas intolerances cause troublesome symptoms that can be debilitating but do not pose an immediate risk t life. Read more

Infection control in care homes for older people: beyond the COVID era

Care homes for older people experienced high levels of infection and death during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it is now recognized that these health care facilities were largely forgotten about and poorly resourced. Read more

The impact of Covid-19 on older individuals: A call for Gerontological Social Work (GSW)

The proposed project aims to explore how Covid-19 and the associated measures – particularly quarantine measures – have impacted on the lived experiences of older individuals, and based on that, how Gerontological Social Work (GSW) can lend its specialist skills and knowledge to responding to the many challenges arisen from these experiences. Read more

Anticipating and experiencing pregnancy and childbirth in women with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: expectations and experiences

Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is a three-dimensional structural disorder of the spine. The cause is unknown, but increased incidence at puberty is thought to be linked to rising hormone levels and irregular development of muscles around the spine. Read more

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