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Professor Nicola Fear

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  1. Howard Burdett First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Mental health and social wellbeing of ex-Service personnel: the resettlement process

    1/10/20101/03/2014

  2. Marie-Louise Sharp First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Social Influences and barriers to seeking healthcare for mental health problems among UK military personnel: Qualitative and Quantitative Investigations.

    1/10/20121/08/2016

  3. Cheryl Jordan

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Developing a cognitive behavioural model of understanding and improving negative adjustment outcome for adults with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

    1/04/20131/12/2018

  4. Amy Iversen First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Psychological Health of Veterans of the 2003 Iraq War

    1/01/20051/02/2013

  5. Charlotte Woodhead

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    'The mental health and well-being of women in the UK Armed Forces'

    1/10/20091/04/2013

  6. Mary Keeling First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    UK Military Personnel and their Romantic Relationships: The Impact of the recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan

    1/10/20101/03/2014

  7. Jamie Kwan First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    In-service offending behaviour among UK military personnel

    1/10/20151/12/2019

  8. Laura Palmer First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Drinking patterns among the UK Armed Forces: An exploration using quantitative and qualitative methodologies

    1/10/20151/05/2019

  9. Laura Palmer

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Drinking patterns among the UK Armed Forces: An exploration using quantitative and qualitative methodologies

    1/10/20151/08/2016

  10. Gursimran Thandi First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The experiences of spouses and partners caregiving for wounded, injured, or sick United Kingdom military personnel

    1/10/20131/01/2019

  11. Josefin Sundin First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Occupational Risk Factors of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Military Personnel

    1/10/20071/03/2011

  12. Rachel Seddon First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Master of Philosophy

    1/10/2020 → …

  13. Kate King First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Medicine (Research)

    An evidence-based approach to alcohol brief intervention within Defence Primary Health Care

    1/02/2021 → …

  14. Clare Knox First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    How does having a partner in the UK Armed Forces affect the mental health and wellbeing of women during and after pregnancy?

    1/10/2018 → …

  15. Ava Phillips First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Master of Philosophy

    Exploring the relationships between employment status, social welfare and benefit receipt among people affected by mental health disorders: A data linkage study.

    1/10/2020 → …

  16. Aida Bonham First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Trajectories of mental health and wellbeing among children/young people from military families.

    1/10/2018 → …

  17. Dan Dyball First/primary/lead supervisor

    Psychological Medicine

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Interactions between Mental and Physical health Among Combat injured and non-injured veTerans and Service personnel (IMPACTS)

    1/10/2017 → …

  18. Emily McCullouch

    Defence Studies

    Master of Philosophy

    18/03/2021 → …

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