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Research students

Helen Convey, Lecturer in Nursing, Subject Coordinator for Ethics and Law

0113 3431308

How do carers and relatives make decisions in the best interests of the patient and how do health professionals support such decision making?
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Nada Dahlawi, PhD student in child health

Nada is an international postgraduate research student interested in how children and adolescents with Congenital Heart Diseases perceive their behavior and emotions in relation to their experience with the disease and treatment process.
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Clare Greenwood, Postgraduate Research Student

Part-time nursing PhD student with an interest in wound healing and pressure ulcer prevention. Thesis is looking into devices for the prevention of heel pressure ulcers.
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Lucy Hall, Postgraduate Research Student, RN

I am working clinically whilst also completing my PhD. My research interests include chronic wounds and clinical judgement and decision making.
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Sarah Hallas, Postgraduate Research Student RN

Development of a core set of outcome measurements for use in research evaluations of interventions used for venous leg ulceration.
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Philippa Hearty, Postgraduate Research Student

I am a research assistant in the area of offender health. My research is concerned with exploring the potential of a prison based peer-led intervention to modify non-communicable disease risk factors amongst prisoners.
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Angela Hewett, Lecturer in Maternal Care. Academic Unit of Midwifery, Social Work, Pharmacy and Counselling & Psychotherapy.

0113 3431356

Thesis Title: Expecting the Unexpected: To what extent does simulation help healthcare professionals prepare for rare, critical events during childbearing?
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Comfort Mshelia, Postgraduate Researcher


Comfort is a pharmacist. Her PhD will investigate the factors influencing the prescribing and use of medicines in the management of neuropathic pain.
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Ruth Nightingale, Postgraduate Research Student

As an Occupational Therapist, Ruth is interested in how young people with long-term conditions and disabilities develop independence, including skills in self-management.
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Charlotte Scott, Postgraduate Research Student

0113 3433419

I am a PhD student in the School of Healthcare exploring how Approved Mental Health Professionals make decisions during Mental Health Act assessments: An Ethnographic Study
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Simon Stones, Postgraduate Researcher in Child and Family Health

+44 (0)113 343 1197

Simon is a doctoral researcher investigating self-management of musculoskeletal diseases with children and their families. Simon also specialises in patient and public involvement in research.
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