Our Research Students

Our Research Students

OxINMAHR is a collaboration of successful researchers supported by a team of research support staff and a dynamic cohort of research trainees.

This page introduces some of the research students registered at Oxford Brookes University who are being supported by researchers within OxINMAHR.

Working title of Research Degree

Mamdooh Alzyood

Hand hygiene practices among healthcare professionals and education of nursing students in infection control

Emma Pascale Blakey

Optimising the role of nurses in reducing unplanned readmissions within 30 days of hospital discharge for people over 75 years

Carolina Casañas i Comabella

Distance caregivers in palliative care: a mixed-methods study exploring the use of e-health

Georgia Cook

Parents, children and slumber: Parental influences on and help seeking-behaviour relating to child sleep

John Curtin

Exploring fatigue in advanced cancer

Yetunde Dairo

Physical activity in adults with intellectual disabilities

Leisle Ezekiel

Qualitative study investigating fatigue after acquired brain injury from the survivors and carers perspective and the development of a clinical monitoring tool.

Marloes Franssen

Fatigue in people with Parkinson’s Disease; the effects of exercise.

Dave Gervais

The effect of degradation on the efficacy and utility of the leukaemia treatment Erwinia chrysanthemi L asparaginase

Kimberley Harcourt

Weight loss using exercise and nutrition strategies in overweight and obese men

Jane Henderson

How does women's experience of maternity care influence their outcomes?

Sarah Howcutt

B'Counted Study: Examination of how to engage young, underrepresented women to research which investigates health risk behaviours

Jon Hyslop

How do peer networks enable service users and informal carers to obtain and manage a personal budget?

Catherine Lowenhoff

An examination of health visitor ‘listening visits’ in the context of their role in supporting women with mental health problems.

Wala Mahmoud

Neurological Correlates of Motor Skill Acquisition in Children with Developmental Coordintion Disorder

Michael Mawhinney

Optimising the care of patients receiving oral systemic anti-cancer treatments: a mixed methods study

Daan Meester

Improving community walking after stroke; a new approach

Jon Room

Exercise Adherence in Older People

Julian Rudisch

Time Scales of Motor Learning, Influences on Rehabilitation

Sheera Sutherland

Exploring the motivators and barriers towards physical activity in haemodialysis patients: a cross sectional study

Catherine Wheatley

Achieving moderate to vigorous physical activity during school PE