Job: Early Career Academic Fellow (Psychology)
School/department: School of Allied Health Sciences
Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH
T: 0116 207 8781
My research interests relate to health psychology, particularly critical qualitative health psychology, and studies that explore health inequalities and the health and wellbeing of members of marginalised and/or minority populations. I have a particular interest in lived experiences of chronic illness, and use of creative qualitative research methods. My Ph.D. research explores British men’s experiences of living with and beyond a breast cancer diagnosis, using a combination of verbal and visual research methods.
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Title: Photo-interviews with gay and bisexual men who have experienced breast cancer
Funding source: Psychology Research Fund
Start Date: May 2017
Role in project: Co-lead researcher
Collaborators: Dr Iain Williamson
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