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What some of our friends will be presenting at the DHP conference in Brighton next week

Just had a quick glance at the scientific programme for the BPS Division of Health Psychology conference. It’s in Brighton 11-13 September.

At first look, here are a few highlights from folk who’ve completed our course or contibuted as guest lecturers. Apologies if I’ve left anyone out…

Development of a sex education lesson to increase risk and coping appraisals for chlamydia
K Newby, P Joshi, Coventry University, D Lecky, K Brown* & M Hawking

Development of a theoretically grounded health promotion app for childhood weight management
K Curtis, K Brown* & J Wyatt

Predicting breastfeeding duration from Theory of Planned Behaviour and socio-demographic variables
N Bartle**, O Dunn*, S Law & L Wallace**

Dementia – the new ‘c’ word? Self-management programmes (SMPs) for people in the early stages of dementia (PESD) and their carers
C Bourne, A Turner**, N Bradbury, N Belsham & J Aird

Meet the parents: Can group based self-management improve psychological well-being and reduce psychological distress for parent caregivers of children with ASD and/or ADHD?
P Joshi, D McHattie, C Malin, W Dingley, R Edwards & A Turner**

South Asians are not any different? Core versus targeted approaches to self management programmes (SMP) for Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities C Grant-Pearce**, B Chandaria, & B Vakil, F Martin & A Turner**

New balls please!” Development and evaluation of a 4 hour self-management workshop for testicular cancer survivors
A Turner**, C Bourne, F Martin, B Lynn & A Lynall

People with hyperlinks are former students on the MSc health psych.

* Katherine and Orla are former course directors for the MSc health psych.

**Naomi, Louise, Andy and Carol are recent contributors to our teaching.


1 Comment

  1. Karen Maher says:

    I also presented my MSc research project as a poster on the first day of the conference. Great experience and a really supportive atmosphere 🙂

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