Our PhD Students
University of Central Lancashire
•Bethany Gill– ‘Telehealth during Covid-19, with a focus on health visiting’.
•Piotr Teodorowski– Big data researchers and PPIE facilitators: participants call for the study exploring public involvement and engagement of seldom heard communities in big data research.
•Pippa Atkinson– How do women from different socioeconomic backgrounds experience the revised UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative standards.
•Susan Gibson – Exploring social inclusion and citizenship with disabled people: investigating the health and social care impacts of Connected Communities
•Zainab Laheri–Transitioning to Independence: Late Adolescents Access to Food and Health Care and Self-Management of Food Allergies
•Becca Selby–Parents’ and carers’ perceptions of infant feeding health messaging
•Hayley Lowther-Payne – Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic: improving access to mental health services for LGBT+ people in the North West
•Aaron Warner – What does it mean to age well with bipolar disorder?
•Zsuzsanna Balogh–The impact of physical activity interventions on bereaved older people (carers and non-carers) in Pennine Lancashire
•Exploring people’s experiences of the role of physical activity in bereavement in relation to mental health and wellbeing: a qualitative interview study
•Lauren Fothergill–OKEachDay Evaluation Study
•Presentation-A realist evaluation of a digital intervention, aimed at supporting independent living in older adults
•Lizzie Wrench–Mapping the health inequalities of pancreatic cancer and implementing interventions to reduce these inequalities
University of Liverpool
•Anna Kearney–Core outcome sets through the healthcare ecosystem to inform value-based commissioning
•Andrew Riley– A mixed-methods comparative case study evaluation of a Community Health Worker pilot in three settings in England
•Alexander d’Elia– Artificial Intelligence and Health Inequity in Primary Care.
•Sean Gallagher– Self-management intervention for the treatment of diplopia after ocular cranial nerve palsy
•Thais Caprioli– Facilitators and barriers to engaging with community support services in dementia: A mixed-methods approach of addressing health inequalities
–Guest Blog – My initial PhD plans
•Sian Fennings-Chandler– Involving patients, carers and communities in shaping social prescribing activities
•Courtney Franklin – Addressing inequalities in childhood febrile illness associated with paediatric emergency department attendance in Liverpool
•Sam Meredith – Multimorbidity clustering to inform more equitable health and social care
•Piotr Teodorowski – Public and Community Involvement, Engagement and Participation (PCIEP) in multi-source data sets – fostering diversity
Liverpool John Moores University
•Emily Wharton– The Role of Socio-Economic Status on Stair Fall Risk in Older Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic
•Bryony Rowan–E-Cigarette Use During Pregnancy in the North-West of England
•Zoe Bell–Development of an industry-specific, evidence-informed toolkit to improve working conditions and lifestyle factors of call agents.