Health and Welfare

The Health and Welfare grouping comprises four disciplinary pathways: Demography, Health and Wellbeing, Life Course and Social Epidemiology, and Mental Health and Mental Health Care.

Use the links below to view profiles of our current students:

 Health and Wellbeing  
Alys McAlpine
Exploring determinants of different forms of human trafficking and migrant labour exploitation to inform prevention interventions
Prof Cathy Zimmerman
Lauren Redfern
Testosterone: An Ethography
Simon Cohn
Life Course and Social Epidemiology
Keishia Taylor
How do neighbourhood deprivation and neighbourhood mixing affect mental wellbeing among older adults? A longitudinal cross-country comparison between Ireland and England
Dr Stephen Jivraj
Liam Wright
The Effects of Youth Unemployment on Later Life Mental Health
Prof Jenny Head
Orlagh Carroll
Developing strategies for handling missing data in time-to-event analyses: Incorporating variable selection, variable transformation and time-varying.
Dr Ruth Keogh
Mental Health and Mental Health Care
Christian Dalton-Locke
The effectiveness of mental health supported accommodation services that provide ‘in-house step-down’
Prof Helen Killaspy
Hannah Scott
People bereaved by suicide and support from their family and friends
Dr Bryn Lloyd-Evans
Jessica Bone
The role of learning about social approval and disapproval in adolescent depression
Prof Glyn Lewis
Lucy Webster
The persistence, causes, and consequences of sleep disturbances in people with dementia living in care homes
Prof Gill Livingston
Tayla McCloud
Depression and anxiety in undergraduate students: a longitudinal prospective cohort study of the university experience
Prof Glyn Lewis