PhD Students

Current PhD Students supervised by MH2aSC members

 Sara Bird

Supervisors: Professor Abi Powell; Dr Ros Kane and Professor Belinda Colston

The Fat Life – Understanding women’s lived experiences of life in a larger body and the impact of weight stigma and discrimination on their overall well-being.


Becky Goddard

Supervisors: Professor Sundari Anitha; Dr Stephanie Armstrong and Dr Ros Kane

What Factors Affect Disclosure of Domestic Violence and Abuse in Rural Areas to Professionals in the East Midlands Region of the United Kingdom?

Funded by the NIHR; East Midlands


Shelley Goodinson

Supervisors: Dr Lynsey Harris; Dr Ros Kane and Professor Sundari Anitha

Patriarchy, domestic abuse and decision making, in relation to women and child decisions during and after pregnancy.


Xiaoyan Pan

Supervisors: Dr Ros Kane and Professor Sundari Anitha

Understanding sustained behavioural change amongst injecting drug uesers in China, following completion of a health promotion programme.

Funded by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office


Rojjares Netthon

Supervisors: Dr Keivan Ahmadi and Dr Ros Kane

Appreciative Inquiry Theory to Understand the Determinants of Antibiotic Smart Use in Thailand

Funded by The Thai Government


Alex Carlin

Supervisors: Dr Sharon Black

The experiences and observations of students and facilitators within problem-based learning sessions in pre-registration nurse education.


Previous Post Graduate Research Students

Dr David Nelson

Supervisors: Dr Ros Kane; Dr Ian McGonagle and Dr Christine Jackson

Informing self-management strategies for people living with and beyond cancer in rural and urban communities in England

Funded by Macmillan Cancer Support


Dr Paul Turner

Supervisors: Dr Ros Kane and Dr Christine Jackson

An evaluation of an enterprise framework for performance improvement in the emergency department of a rural district general hospital.


Dr Anna Thomson

Supervisors: Dr Ros Kane; Dr Paul Turner

Evaluating the development and implementation of Integrated Care Models

Funded by The College of Social Science, University of Lincoln


Vanessa Tindale (Master’s by Research)

Supervisors: Dr Ian McGonagle and Dr Ros Kane

The values, knowledge and behaviour of student nurses in promoting health lifestyles

Funded by Lincolnshire County Council: Public health