Search results for 'Health' (10)
Phil Holdich is a Senior Lecturer (Nursing) in the School of Health and Community Studies. He has extensive clinical experience in diabetes care, education and research. Phil is an experienced academic, teaching across pre and post-registration healthcare programmes.
Dr Maria Maynard
Dr Maria Maynard is a Reader in Public Health Nutrition. She obtained her BSc (Hons) in Nutrition from King's College, University of London, her PhD in Nutritional Epidemiology from the University of Bristol, and is a Registered Nutritionist (Public Health).
Sarah Jane Smith
Sarah’s research concerns understanding the cognitive changes people with different types of dementia may experience, for example changes in ability to remember parts of your personal history or remember to do something in the future. Investigating everyday changes that people experience in their thinking abilities assist researchers to develop individualised approaches to diagnosis, as well as providing tailored post diagnostic support that respects the different challenges that people living with dementia experience.
Professor Jane South
Jane is Professor of Healthy Communities working in the field of volunteering, active citizenship and community health.
Dr Karen Hind
Dr Hind is an international expert in musculoskeletal health across the lifespan and DXA imaging. Her research in particular explores how various forms and magnitudes of mechanical loading can influence bone across the lifespan.
Dr Louise Warwick-Booth
Louise is a sociologist with specific interests in health policy and social policy. She is a Reader located in The Centre for Health Promotion Research, which she has co-directed since 2013. Louise joined the University in September 2005 and has taught on a wide range of modules including sociology, health policy, research, community and global policy and health care. She also manages a range of research projects and a team of research staff.
Dr James Woodall
Dr James Woodall is a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for the MSc Public Health - Health Promotion programme. James's research interest is offender health, particularly health promotion in prison settings.
Dr Zoe Rutherford
Dr Zoe Rutherford was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity, Exercise & Health in September 2013 and became a Principal Lecturer in 2015. Her research is in the applied measurement and promotion of physical activity and health across the lifespan.