Comparing the social and health consequences of collective and solitary physical activity participation
The Living Life in Fife: supporting healthy lifestyles in Scotland event was a free event aimed to share knowledge and encourage discussion and collaboration between academics, government and voluntary sector organisations, health care professionals, service users and members of the public.
Patsy Whelehan, a PhD student with Dr Gozde Ozakinci recently presented a poster and an oral profferred paper at Symposium Mammographicum 2018 in Liverpool
Dr Gozde Ozakinci and Prof David Perrett were at the British Academy summer showcase demonstrating to the schoolchildren and general public about the impact of changing health behaviours on our faces.
Rayna Rogowsky recently presented her work on student perceptions of health care needs and services at the QAA enhancement themes conference.
The Medical School was visited by representatives of Breast Cancer Now.
Dr Gozde Ozakinci has been invited to serve as Track Chair for the Health Communication, including Risk Perception track of the 2017 Conference of the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS).
PhD student, Ms Pelin Ozgur Polat has recently won the Best Poster Award at the UK Society of Behavioural Medicine Conference in Cardiff.
Wednesday 30th November saw several of our students graduate from their studies in the School of Medicine.
Dr Gozde Ozakinci will be giving a workshop on Fear of Cancer Recurrence at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine on 7th December in Melbourne.