PhD Students

Completed PhD/Doctoral Students


Andy Hau Yan Ho - Strengthening Palliative Care through Health Promotion and Education Reform: An Ethnographic Study on Student Learning Process and Outcome of a New Common Core Curriculum (CCC) Course on Death Education in Higher Education (1st supervisor).  EdD Awarded May 2016.

Jenelle Clarke (f/t ESRC studentship).  – Comparative study of therapeutic community practice (2nd supervisor, 1st supervisor Nick Manning).  In-depth observations to see first-hand how people suffering from mental health problems interact with staff and fellow clients in two psychotherapeutic communities.   (Winner of UoN Postgraduate Endowed Award 2014). PhD Awarded June 2015.    

Christine Louise English (p/t) - Attachment patterns in drug addiction. PhD awarded 2011. (1st Supervisor).


Current PhD Students

Salmah Yussof (UNMC) - Counselling in groups.  Training standards, is the preparation fit for purpose. Due to completes 2014. (1st Supervisor). Ammendments 2016.

Sarah Chan Man Wai - Mandatory versus Voluntary Continuing Professional Education: Perspective on nursing in Singapore. EdD (1st supervisor). Amendments 2016.

Jennifer West -  EdD.  Completes 2016. (2nd Supervisor)

Jan Royal - Mentoring. EdD Completes 2016. (1st supervisor).

Kleopatra Pssaraki – Therapeutic Communities: A Social Movement.  Completes 2017..

Fiona Birkbeck  - Organisational change and leadership in the NHS & Schools. Due to complete 2017. (1st Supervisor)

Maisa Almatrafi - Stakeholder perceptions of the use of anti-depressants among school age children. Thesis due to be submitted January 2016. (1st Supervisor)

Mei Ling Loi, (UNMC) - The acquisition of knowledge and skills at the end of the first year of nurse training in Singapore. (1st Supervisor, co-supervisor: Professor Carol Hall) Thesis submission June 2016

Simon Clarke.  Being Real: A Layered Account of Authenticity, Recovery and Professionalisation.  Commenced 2014.  (1st supervisor)

Ann Scott.  Psychoanalytic observation study of acute psychiatric settings.  Commenced September 2014 (1st Supervisor).    


Sabrina Ko  The facilitation of simulation based learning in nurse education in Singapore. Co-Supervisor;  Dr Aru Narayanasamy from the School of Nursing (1st Supervisor).  

Asmah Nor  Teaching clinical decision making to Nursing Students in Singapore. Co-Supervisor;  Dr Aru Narayanasamy from the School of Nursing. (1st supervisor) 



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