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School of Nursing, Allied and Public Health

Below you can view all the staff in the School of Nursing, Allied and Public Health who are available for doctoral supervision.

Click on a name to discover their expertise and areas of interest, and visit the corresponding staff profile to find out more. 

School of Nursing, Allied and Public Health

Ingrid Bacon

  • Topics: Mental health-related topics
  • Research methods: Qualitative research methods preferred but can also do quantitative
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Ingrid's profile

Michelle Carter

  • Topics: Culture health and illness, public/global health, community care/nursing, education and cultural attitudes
  • Research methods: Ethnography
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Michelle's profile

Andrea Cockett

  • Topics: Education, children's nursing topics
  • Research methods: Qualitative
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Andrea's profile

Helena de Rezende

  • Topics: Quality and patient safety and management of health services
  • Research methods: Quantitative, mixed and systematic reviews
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Helena's profile

Vari Drennan

  • Topics: Health and social care workforce, new roles, workforce innovations and health service research
  • Research methods: Mixed and qualitative
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Vari's profile 

Jane Dundas

  • Topics: Educational research to explore interventions to develop self-awareness and self-efficacy
  • Research methods: Qualitative
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Jane's profile

Mary Halter

  • Topics: Any applied research as a methodologist on the supervisory team, workforce development, advanced practice and pre-hospital emergency care
  • Research methods: Health services research, mixed methods and qualitative
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Mary's profile

Priscilla Harries

  • Topics: Applied health and social care topics
  • Research methods: Qualitative or quantitative
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Priscilla's profile

Ann Ooms

  • Topics: Healthcare education, healthcare professional development, healthcare staff wellbeing
  • Research methods: All
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Ann's profile

Jayne Price

  • Topics: Death and dying, children's nursing, education, palliative care and bereavement
  • Research methods: Qualitative
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Jayne's profile

Dora Stroumpouki

  • Topics: Quality of life, cardiac nursing, HIV care, intensive care nursing and education
  • Research methods: Qualitative and mixed
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Dora's profile

Francesca Taylor

  • Topics: Renal staff and/or patients, NHS workforce issues, new hospital staff roles, therapeutic engagement, and patient and public involvement and engagement
  • Research methods: Qualitative and mixed
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Francesca's profile 

Claire Thurgate

  • Topics: New roles, workforce
  • Research methods: Phenomenology
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Claire's profile

Irene Tuffrey-Wijne

  • Topics: Learning disability and communication, bereavement, death and dying
  • Research methods: Qualitative (any)
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Irene's profile

Tusha Vandrevala

  • Topics: Health inequalities
  • Research methods: Mixed
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Tusha's profile

Lihua Wu

  • Topics: Public health, long-term condition management, students' experiences, healthcare workforce management (career progression), staff wellbeing and e-health
  • Research methods: Systematic review, mixed, qualitative, quantitative and RCT
  • Availability: MPhil/PhD/EdD
  • Contact: View Lihua's profile