Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

  • Student Profiles

    Research profiles from current students in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences.

    • Kimberley Hill

      Kimberley Hill

      Department of Psychology, Social Work and Public Health

      'Understanding and Preventing Alcohol Misuse in Young People: Affordances and an Ecological Approach to Cognition.'

    • Samih Kokandi

      Samih Kokandi

      Department of Sport and Health Sciences 

      'Effect of Vitamin D Supplementation on Asthma Severity and Airway Inflammation.'

    • Suzanne Watts

      Suzanne Watts

      Department of Psychology, Social Work and Public Health 

      'Exploring Referrals from Primary Health Care to Child Protection Services.'

    • Alaaddine El-Chab

      Alaaddine El-Chab

      Department of Sport and Health Sciences 

      'The Effect of Dietary Standardisation on the Reliability of Performance, Nutrient Oxidation and Blood Biomakers.'

    • Michael Mawhinney

      Michael Mawhinney

      Department of Applied Health and Professional Development

      'Optimising the Care of Patients Receiving Oral Systemic Anti-Cancer Treatments: a Mixed Methods Study.'

    • Sarah Kennedy

      Sarah Kennedy

      Department of Sport and Health Sciences 

      'The Potential of a Breakfast Based on Multiple Functional Food Ingredients to Improve Blood Glucose and Insulin Response, Cognitive Performance, Mood and Satiety, in Adolescents.'

    • Joanna Grogono

      Joanna Grogono

      Department of Biological and Medical Sciences 

      'Mechanisms of Dyspnoea in Advanced Heart Failure.'

    • Yetunde Dairo

      Yetunde Dairo

      Department of Sport and Health Sciences 

      'Physical activity in adults with intellectual disabilities.'

    • Leisle Ezekiel

      Leisle Ezekiel

      Department of Sport and Health Sciences 

      'Fatigue after acquired brain injury.'

    • Emma Blakey

      Emma Blakey

      Department of Nursing 

      ‘Optimising the role of the nurse in reducing unplanned readmissions to hospital among people aged 65 years and over.’

    • Lauren Harding

      Lauren Harding

      Department of Psychology, Social Work and Public Health 

      ‘How do school nurses identify and work with school-aged children (5-19 years) at risk of abuse and neglect?'

    • Nadeem Khan

      Nadeem Khan

      Department of Nursing 

      ‘What factors influence nurses’ intention to leave the adult critical care settings?'