The University of Southampton
Psychology
Phone:
(023) 8059 3245
Email:
A.S.Krusche@soton.ac.uk

Dr Adele Krusche BSc, Msc, DPhil

Research Fellow

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Dr Adele Krusche is a  Research Fellow for Psychology at the University of Southampton.

As part of the Centre for the Application of Health Psychology (CAHP) team, I develop and evaluate online interventions for managing health conditions and other medical issues.

I completed my DPhil at the University of Oxford evaluating the usefulness of mindfulness courses delivered in person and online to improve mood over the perinatal period.

My previous roles were as part of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre team at the Department of Psychiatry in Oxford. There, I worked as a research assistant, communications and IT coordinator and trial coordinator for a multicentre RCT evaluating mindfulness for recurrent depression.

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Research interests

DPhil thesis title: Mindfulness during Pregnancy: An Evaluation of Mindfulness and Negative Mood over the Perinatal Period

Supervisors: Dr Catherine Crane, Dr Maret Dymond, Dr Susannah Murphy

Funded by the Mental Health Foundation and the Oxford Mindfulness Centre

Research projects

 

CLASP (Cancer Life Affirming Survivorship Programme)

(ARK (Antibiotic Reduction and Conservation in Hospitals)

Mindfulness for pregnancy,

 

 

Research group

Centre for Clinical and Community Applications of Health Psychology (CCCAHP)

Affiliate research group

Oxford Mindfulness Centre-DPhil Student

Developing and evaluating interventions for improving quality of life and mood in cancer survivors and reducing antibiotic consumption in the general population.

Dr Adele Krusche
Building 44 Highfield Campus University of Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number:44/3045

Telephone:(023) 8059 3245
Email:A.S.Krusche@soton.ac.uk

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