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More celebrations for FoHS post-graduate research students

The post-graduate research team for Health Sciences is pleased to announce five more doctoral successes since the last announcement in December 2014. Two PGR students have been awarded a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and three were awarded a Doctor of Clinical Practice (DClinP).

Lavinia Raeside - PhD – awarded 08/12/2014. Raeside, L. (2014) Neonatal pain assessment: the development of a pain assessment scale for neonatal transport. University of Southampton, Faculty of Health Sciences, Doctoral Thesis, 510pp.

Christine Dunkley - DClinP – awarded 19/02/2015. Dunkley, C. (2014) Transmit and receive: what factors inhibit or facilitate the communication of emotional pain between suicidal patients and mental health professionals? University of Southampton, Faculty of Health Sciences, Doctoral Thesis, 274pp.

Mary Foss - PhD – awarded 19/02/2015. Foss, M. (2014) Development and testing of a distance learning package used to improve the knowledge of trained Auxiliary Nurse/Midwives (ANM) in normal midwifery practice in Central India. University of Southampton, Faculty of Health Sciences, Doctoral Thesis, 257pp.

Joanne Fields - DClinP - awarded 16/03/2015. A feasibility study of a Nordic walking intervention for women experiencing aromatase inhibitor associated arthralgia.

Tracey Harding - DClinP – awarded 05/05/2015. Creating and controlling a personal social world: The experiences of adults growing up in an environment of problem drinking.

Well done everyone and congratulations on your hard work and perseverance. Thank you to everyone involved behind the scenes (supervisors, friends, family and colleagues) in supporting these achievements.

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