I teach on Master’s level and undergraduate level statistics and research methods and offer specialist workshops and drop-in support for students in these areas, as well as working with students on Academic and Professional Skills.
This year I am involved in the design, formulation and delivery of a new final year module in Cyberpsychology, I bring to this my skills in neurotypical development and interest in personality disorders.
I have supervised student dissertations in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and validating instruments of measurement, as well as considering the influence of cross-cultural contexts on ASD support networks. These projects are informed by the expertise developed over the course of my PhD.
This year I will supervise final year undergraduates in a research project of their choice within the domains of ASD, memory and cyberpsychology.
I have been collaborating internationally on research into spiritual assessment in nursing, which is grounded in my background in the NHS. Presently I am developing research into the impact of Covid-19 amongst student and qualified staff nurses.