Health, Wellbeing & Society: PGR
All posts listed below (newest first).
Vladislava Segen: How does ageing affect ability to recognise places, stay oriented & navigate successfully
Student: Vladislava Segen Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Start Date: November 2017 Supervisory Team: Professor Jan Wiener, Dr Tim Slattery and Marios Avraamides Project Overview: Vladislava’s project is using… »
Alexandra P. Alberda is a first year Ph.D. student in the Department of Journalism, English and Communication at Bournemouth University. She will be working towards the completion of a PhD… »
Chris Hilton: The role of attention in spatial (dis)orientation in people with early signs of dementia.
Student: Chris Hilton Email: email@example.com Funder: Bournemouth University Start date: January 2016 Supervisory Team: Dr Jan Wiener, Dr Tim Slattery and Dr Sebastien Miellet Project overview: The decline in our ability to… »
Yolanda Barrado-Martin: Process evaluation of a Tai Chi exercise intervention to prevent falls among older people with dementia.
Student: Yolanda Barrado-Martín Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Funder: National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Start date: January 2016 Supervisory Team: Dr Samuel Nyman, Professor Remco Polman and Dr Michelle Heward. Project overview:… »
The Centre for Midwifery, Maternal and Perinatal Health has a large number of doctoral students. Dana Colbourne – Every Reason to SMILE: Student Midwives Integrated Learning Environment Rebecca Cousins –… »
Poster Presentation at St Andrews University This satellite meeting bought together a selection of researchers, practitioners and academics who were all there to discuss the difficulties involved when recruiting, engaging and retaining research… »
Social science is a broad field of study covering sociology, anthropology, criminology, media and communications studies, social psychology, politics and many more subject areas. Bournemouth University offers a range of… »
Uncertainty is a central aspect in all areas of life and in all its facets. Uncertainty in illness is a well-known concept among many health conditions including chronic illnesses. Much… »
Outstanding and successful candidates will undertake fully funded, defined research projects that will enhance our thriving research culture and offer even more potential for societal or cultural impact and commercial exploitation…. »
Want to find out more about postgraduate study at BU? Read on to find out more about the postgraduate studies being undertaken at the Centre for Midwifery, Maternal and Perinatel… »
Dr. Neil Vaughan has been announced as winner of the 2014 Postgraduate Research Prize, presented by Prof. John Vinney, Vice-chancellor of Bournemouth University. The prize is award to the most outstanding post-graduate… »
Annette Brooke MP highlighted the research, which investigates how respite care for children affects parental relationships
Thirty-five clinicians and academics came to the Centre of Postgraduate Medical Research and Education (CoPMRE) at BU for this spring’s Visiting Faculty workshop. The event saw five excellent presentations from… »