Teaching and PhD supervision
This page summarises my teaching activity at Bournemouth University. I have been lecturing in psychology since 1998 at several universities (see CV)..At BU, the teaching focuses on my expertise in clinical psychology, and in the statistical analysis of research findings. I have gained a number of teaching awards, including three nominated by my own students.
All of my teaching materials are available on the Bournemouth University blackboard portal myBU
BSc (Hons) Psychology
Year 2: Introductory Clinical Psychology
Year 3: Applied Clinical Psychology (Unit Leader)
MSc Foundations of Clinical Psychology
Course presenter: Sleep; Maternal mental illness; Dissertation supervision
PhD Supervision (also see PhD projects page)
Dr Lauren Kita: Poor sleep as a risk factor for postnatal depression
Liliana Moyers-Ruiz: Chemo-brain: Potential cognitive deficits including language and memory, following chemotherapy for cancer survivors
Current PhD Students:
Sarah Hambidge: Care farming: providing better futures for young and old.
Ashley Mitchell: ‘Mending a part of Broken Britain’: Understanding the impact of children’s hospices on parental relationships of life limited and threatened children and young people