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Students (and staff) on the MSc Health Psychology are invited to a Seminar at the Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research on Tuesday September 29th, 11:00 am to 12:00 noon in Seminar Room ‘CTEHR, Mile Lane’.
There will be two speakers, one of whom is a former student on our MSc.
Beth Grunfeld, Professor of Health Psychology will present her research on:
Employment transitions among cancer survivors: a longitudinal qualitative exploration of the meaning and performance of work following cancer treatment.
Kubra Anwar*, PhD Student Behaviour and Interventions Research CTEHR will present her work on:
Developing an intervention within a Social Marketing and acculturation framework to meet the needs of Pakistani women living in the UK regarding their breastfeeding intentions and practices.
*Kubra completed her MSc Health Psychology at Coventry before going on to do doctoral research.
Mile Lane is off Puma Way in the University’s Technology Park. The postcode CV1 2JH will take you to the right area.