DECIPHer PhD Student Luke Midgely gave an Early Career Researcher presentation of his study on schools’ substance misuse policies in the EUSPR 2017 conference in Vienna, based on the qualitative analysis conducted for his doctoral thesis.
At the EPH conference in Stockholm, Dr Kelly Morgan presented findings from the SHEP 2016 project and Dr Jemma Hawkins presented on the PACERS study.
Dr. Graham Moore sat on the Scientific Evaluation Committee at the French National Cancer Institute in Bordeaux.
DECIPHer welcomed some longer-term guests: Nina Bartelink, a PhD student from Maastricht University in the Netherlands, and Torill Rotevatn, a PhD student from Aalborg University in Denmark. Read Torill’s reflections on her six months at DECIPHer here. A paper on the ‘Healthy Primary School of the Future’ (HPSF) initiative that Nina wrote while she was with us can be read here.
Britt Hallingberg won an Erasmus Mobility Fellowship for a week-long visit to Palacký University Olomouc in the Czech Republic, where she collaborated with members of the Faculty of Physical Culture on studies relating to organised leisure activities and health.
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