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Dr Jane Smith

Dr Jane Smith

Senior Research Fellow in Psychology Applied to Health

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College House 2.09

Jane Smith joined the University of Exeter Medical School as a post-doctoral Research Fellow in November 2012 to support the work of Prof Charles Abraham, which focuses primarily on the development and evaluation of evidence-based interventions to promote health-related behaviour change. Jane brings to this role her skills in quantitative health services research and broad interests in psychosocial aspects of health and illness. Her research includes:

  • systematic reviews
  • randomised controlled trials of complex interventions
  • process evaluations alongside interventions
  • development and testing of outcome measures
  • other related, mixed methods research investigating the role of behavioural and other psychological factors in health, illness and healthcare.

Qualifications

  • 2009 PhD Health Psychology (University of East Anglia)
  • 2006 PGCert Higher Education Practice (University of East Anglia)
  • 2002 PGDip Health Sciences (University of East Anglia)
  • 1995 BSc (Hons) Psychology (University of Nottingham)

Career

Jane is an honorary Lecturer, and was previously employed as a Lecturer in Health Psychology (from 2003) and researcher (from 1999), in the Norwich Medical School at the University of East Anglia where she also completed a part-time PhD in health psychology. This followed a period working in Australia as a Research Assistant as part of a Physical Activity and Health research group at Deakin University, and previously in project management and health administration roles at a Division of General Practice in Melbourne. Jane began her research career prior to that as a Research Assistant in a Research and Development Support Unit hosted by what was then the Department of Social Medicine at the University of Bristol.

Research

Research interests

Jane’s research focuses primarily on the development and evaluation of evidence-based behaviour change and other complex interventions, as part of Professor Charles Abraham’s programme of work.

Previously, her research has mainly focused on psychosocial aspects of chronic disease management (e.g. asthma, arthritis, adherence to medication and other aspects of self-management, depression in chronic illness) but has recently shifted more towards chronic disease prevention (e.g. weight management, diabetes prevention).

All Jane's research has involved working with multi-disciplinary teams of academics, clinicians, other professionals and public and patient representatives across primary and secondary care, and increasingly the public health sector. She has led and supported randomised controlled trials, economic evaluations and systematic reviews of complex interventions, development and testing of questionnaires and other outcome measures, and related quantitative and mixed methods research investigating behavioural and other psychosocial risk factors for, and impacts of, chronic disease.

Research projects

Project Funder Amount Lead Start End
Mechanisms of Action of Group Interventions (MAGI) study NIHR/MRC EME £158,360 Jane R Smith Jan 2016 Aug 2017
Community-based Prevention of Diabetes (ComPoD) Study NIHR SPHR PHPES £249,369 Jane R Smith Jul 2014 Jun 2016
At-Risk Registers Integrated into primary care to Stop Asthma crises in the UK (ARRISA-UK) study NIHR HTA £1.7m Andrew Wilson (UEA) Dec 2014 Nov 2018
Investigating the use of smartphone and Web 2.0 technologies used in behavioural interventions for weight management (post-doc mobility fellowship) Swiss National Science Foundation £58,000 Marco Bardus May 2014 Oct 2015
GW4 Initiator funding for cross-university meetings to discuss establishing a GW4 Health-Related Behaviour Interventions (HeRBI) research collaboration (follow up bid to establish unsuccessful) GW4 Building Communities £2815 Jane R Smith May 2014 Sep 2014
Can a practice-based approach using Significant Event Audit identify key factors that might reduce avoidable non-elective hospital admissions? A feasibility study NIHR RfPB £228,223 R Fleetcroft (UEA) Jun 2014 Feb 2016
The Norfolk Diabetes Prevention Study. Delivering a realistic diabetes prevention programme in a UK community NIHR programme grant £2m M Sampson (NNUH) Mar 2011 Mar 2018
Designing, evaluating and implementing novel interventions to promote and maintain weight loss UEMS PhD studentship £60,228 Jane R Smith Sep 2013 Mar 2017

 

Research grants

  • 2015 MRC/NIHR Efficacy and Mechanisms Evaluation (EME) programme
    Mechanisms of Action in Group Interventions (MAGI) study
  • 2014 NIHR School for Public Health Research
    Community-based Prevention of Diabetes (ComPoD) trial
  • 2014 NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme
    At-Risk Registers Integrated into primary care to Stop Asthma crises in the UK (ARRISA-UK) trial
  • 2014 GW4
    GW4 Building Communities Initiator funding
  • 2013 Swiss National Science Foundation
    Early post-doc mobility fellowship for Dr Marco Bardus
  • 2013 NIHR Research for Patient Benefit
    Significant Event Audit feasibility study
  • 2012 British Psychological Society
    British Psychological Society seminar series on process evaluation
  • 2012 NIHR Programme Grant
    The Norfolk Diabetes Prevention Study (NDPS)
  • 2006 Asthma UK
    At-Risk Registers In Severe Asthma (ARRISA) trial
  • 2001 NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme
    Systematic review of psycho-educational interventions in severe and difficult asthma

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Bardus M, Smith JR, Samaha L, Abraham C (2015). Mobile Phone and Web 2.0 Technologies for Weight Management: a Systematic Scoping Review. Journal of medical Internet research, 17(11). Abstract.

Publications by category


Journal articles

van Beurden S, Greaves CJ, Smith J, Abraham S (In Press). Techniques for Modifying Impulsive Processes Associated with Unhealthy Eating: a Systematic Review. Health Psychology, In Press Abstract.  Full text.
Bardus M, van Beurden SB, Smith JR, Abraham C (2016). A review and content analysis of engagement, functionality, aesthetics, information quality, and change techniques in the most popular commercial apps for weight management. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 13 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Borek AJ, Abraham C, Smith JR, Greaves CJ, Tarrant M (2015). A checklist to improve reporting of group-based behaviour-change interventions. BMC Public Health, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bardus M, Smith JR, Samaha L, Abraham C (2015). Mobile Phone and Web 2.0 Technologies for Weight Management: a Systematic Scoping Review. Journal of medical Internet research, 17(11). Abstract.
Isa A, Loke YK, Smith JR, Papageorgiou A, Hunter PR (2013). Mediational effects of self-efficacy dimensions in the relationship between knowledge of dengue and dengue preventive behaviour with respect to control of dengue outbreaks: a structural equation model of a cross-sectional survey. PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 7(9). Abstract.  Author URL.
Murdoch J, Salter C, Cross J, Smith JR, Poland F (2013). Resisting medications: moral discourses and performances in illness narratives. Sociology of Health and Illness: a journal of medical sociology, 35(3), 449-464.
Noble MJ, Harrison BDW, Windley J, Smith JR, Wilson AM, Price GM, Price D (2012). Asthma at-risk registers--can be effective if carefully constructed and correctly implemented. Prim Care Respir J, 21(2), 135-136. Author URL.
Smith JR, Noble MJ, Musgrave S, Murdoch J, Price GM, Barton GR, Windley J, Holland R, Harrison BD, Howe A, et al (2012). The at-risk registers in severe asthma (ARRISA) study: a cluster-randomised controlled trial examining effectiveness and costs in primary care. Thorax, 67(12), 1052-1060. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Ramjeet J, Smith JR, Adams M (2008). The relationship between coping and psychological and physical adjustment in rheumatoid arthritis: a literature review. J Clin Nurs, 17, 418-428.
Smith JR, Mugford M, Holland R, Noble MJ, Harrison BDW (2007). Psycho-educational interventions for adults with severe or difficult asthma: a systematic review. J Asthma, 44(3), 219-241. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Noble MJ, Smith JR, Windley J (2006). A controlled retrospective pilot study of an 'at-risk asthma register' in primary care. Prim Care Respir J, 15(2), 116-124. Abstract.  Author URL.
Holland R, Battersby J, Harvey I, Lenaghan E, Smith JR, Hay L (2005). A systematic review of multi-disciplinary interventions in heart failure. Heart, 91, 899-906.
Smith JR, Mugford M, Holland R, Candy B, Noble MJ, Harrison BDW, Koutantji M, Upton C, Harvey I (2005). A systematic review to examine the impact of psycho-educational interventions on health outcomes and costs in adults and children with difficult asthma. Health Technol Assess, 9(23), iii-167. Abstract.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Mildenhall S, Noble M, Mugford M, Shepstone L, Harrison BDW (2005). Clinician-assessed poor compliance identifies adults with severe asthma who are at risk of adverse outcomes. J Asthma, 42(6), 437-445. Abstract.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Mildenhall S, Noble MJ, Shepstone L, Koutantji M, Mugford M, Harrison BDW (2005). The Coping with Asthma Study: a randomised controlled trial of a home based, nurse led psychoeducational intervention for adults at risk of adverse asthma outcomes. Thorax, 60(12), 1003-1011. Abstract.  Author URL.

Chapters

Denford S, Abraham S, Smith J, Morgan-Trimmer S, Lloyd J, Wyatt K (2016). Intervention design and evaluation: behaviour change imperatives. In Spotswood F (Ed) Beyond behaviour change Key issues, interdisciplinary approaches and future directions, Bristol: Policy Press, 49-70.  Abstract.
Abraham C, Denford S, Dean S, Greaves C, Lloyd J, Tarrant M, White M, Wyatt K (2015). Designing Interventions to Change Health-related Behaviour. In Richards D, Hallberg IR (Eds.) Complex Interventions in Health: an Overview of Research Methods, Routledge, 103-110.
Denford S, Abraham C, Smith J, Lloyd J, White M, Tarrant M, Wyatt K, Greaves C, Dean S (2015). Designing and evaluating behavior change interventions to promote health. In Reynolds KJ, Branscombe NR (Eds.) The Psychology of Change: Life Contexts, Experiences, and Identities, New York: Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis, 151-169.
Smith JR, Cleland J (2011). The interaction of psychological factors with illness, disease and treatment. In Cleland J, Cotton P, van Teiljlingen E (Eds.) Health, Behaviour and Society: Clinical Medicine in Context, Exeter: Learning Matters, 44-60.
Cleland J, Smith JR (2011). Using psychology to help your medical practice. In Cleland J, Cotton P (Eds.) Health, Behaviour and Society: Clinical Medicine in Context, Exeter: Learning Matters, 25-43.
Smith JR (2008). Asthma. In Newman S, Steed E, Mulligan K (Eds.) Chronic Physical Illness: Self-Management and Behavioural Interventions, Oxford: Open University Press, 204-223.
Smith JR, Harrison B (2007). Psychosocial factors in severe asthma in adults. In Johnston SL, O'Byrne PM (Eds.) Exacerbations of Asthma, Abgindon: Informa Healthcare, 321-340.

Conferences

Abraham C, Onya H, Aarø L, Smith JR, Devine-Wright H, Wubs A, Ramatsea S, Themane M, Mashamba J (2015). Evaluation of a culturally-situated, research-based HIV-prevention program in South African Schools (symposium presentation). European Health Psychology Society Conference.
Van Beurden S, Greaves CJ, Smith JR, Abraham S (2015). Identifying techniques for modifying impulsive influences on eating behaviour: a systematic review (oral presentation). European Health Psychology Conference.
Smith JR, Murray NJ, Greaves CJ, Abraham S, Hooper L (2014). A systematic review of intervention studies using Health Action Process Approach (HAPA) model components to target behaviours for preventing and managing chronic diseases (oral presentation). European Health Psychology Conference.
Borek A, Abraham S, Smith JR, Tarrant M, Greaves C (2014). Reporting of group-based behavioural interventions: a checklist and tool for assessing the quality of descriptions (oral presentation). European Health Psychology Society Conference.
Watson S, Bhattacharya D, Wood J, Smith JR, Adams M, Song F (2012). The impact of treatment side-effects upon medication adherence (oral presentation). Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference.
Watson S, Bhattacharya D, Wood J, Smith JR, Adams M, Song F (2011). Systematic review and meta-analysis shows stress is negatively associated with adherence to medication (poster presentation). Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference.
Smith JR, et al (2010). Cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships of self-management behaviours and other psychological factors with outcomes in patients with severe asthma. British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting.
Smith JR, Noble MJ, Harrison BDW, Adams M (2010). P175 Cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships of self-management behaviours and other psychological factors with outcomes in patients with severe asthma.
Smith JR, Noble M, Musgrave S, Murdoch J, Price G, Windley J, Holland R, Harrison BDW, Howe A, Price D, et al (2010). The At-Risk Registers in Severe Asthma (ARRISA) study: a cluster-randomised controlled trial in primary care (oral presentation). British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting.
Nicol AAM, Smith RD, Smith JR, Mills KS, Somerville M, Adams M, Reynolds S (2006). What do patients with rheumatoid arthritis think of shared clinical decision-making? a qualitative observational study of anti-TNF treatment in clinical practice. European League Against Rheumatism congress.  Author URL.
Koutantji M, Smith JR, Adams M, Brooksby A, Somerville M, Scott DGI (2004). OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF THE ROUTINE USE OF ANTI-TNF DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS IN a UK SETTING: IMPACTS ON QUALITY OF LIFE AND MOOD.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Mildenhall S, Noble M, Harrison BDW (2003). Poor compliance is a marker for those at-risk of adverse outcomes in adults with severe asthma.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Mugford M, Holland R, Noble M, Harrison BDW, Koutantji M (2003). Systematic review to examine the impact of psycho-educational interventions on health outcomes and costs in difficult asthma.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Mildenhall S, Noble M, Mugford M, Harrison BDW (2003). The coping with asthma study: a randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of a home-based intervention for at-risk asthmatics.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Koutantji M, Mildenhall S, Harrison BDW, Noble M (2002). Psychosocial factors in adults at risk of adverse asthma outcomes: Relationships with symptom control and quality of life.  Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

van Beurden S, Greaves CJ, Smith J, Abraham S (In Press). Techniques for Modifying Impulsive Processes Associated with Unhealthy Eating: a Systematic Review. Health Psychology, In Press Abstract.  Full text.

2016

Bardus M, van Beurden SB, Smith JR, Abraham C (2016). A review and content analysis of engagement, functionality, aesthetics, information quality, and change techniques in the most popular commercial apps for weight management. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 13 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Denford S, Abraham S, Smith J, Morgan-Trimmer S, Lloyd J, Wyatt K (2016). Intervention design and evaluation: behaviour change imperatives. In Spotswood F (Ed) Beyond behaviour change Key issues, interdisciplinary approaches and future directions, Bristol: Policy Press, 49-70.  Abstract.

2015

Borek AJ, Abraham C, Smith JR, Greaves CJ, Tarrant M (2015). A checklist to improve reporting of group-based behaviour-change interventions. BMC Public Health, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Abraham C, Denford S, Dean S, Greaves C, Lloyd J, Tarrant M, White M, Wyatt K (2015). Designing Interventions to Change Health-related Behaviour. In Richards D, Hallberg IR (Eds.) Complex Interventions in Health: an Overview of Research Methods, Routledge, 103-110.
Denford S, Abraham C, Smith J, Lloyd J, White M, Tarrant M, Wyatt K, Greaves C, Dean S (2015). Designing and evaluating behavior change interventions to promote health. In Reynolds KJ, Branscombe NR (Eds.) The Psychology of Change: Life Contexts, Experiences, and Identities, New York: Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis, 151-169.
Abraham C, Onya H, Aarø L, Smith JR, Devine-Wright H, Wubs A, Ramatsea S, Themane M, Mashamba J (2015). Evaluation of a culturally-situated, research-based HIV-prevention program in South African Schools (symposium presentation). European Health Psychology Society Conference.
Van Beurden S, Greaves CJ, Smith JR, Abraham S (2015). Identifying techniques for modifying impulsive influences on eating behaviour: a systematic review (oral presentation). European Health Psychology Conference.
Bardus M, Smith JR, Samaha L, Abraham C (2015). Mobile Phone and Web 2.0 Technologies for Weight Management: a Systematic Scoping Review. Journal of medical Internet research, 17(11). Abstract.

2014

Smith JR, Murray NJ, Greaves CJ, Abraham S, Hooper L (2014). A systematic review of intervention studies using Health Action Process Approach (HAPA) model components to target behaviours for preventing and managing chronic diseases (oral presentation). European Health Psychology Conference.
Borek A, Abraham S, Smith JR, Tarrant M, Greaves C (2014). Reporting of group-based behavioural interventions: a checklist and tool for assessing the quality of descriptions (oral presentation). European Health Psychology Society Conference.

2013

Isa A, Loke YK, Smith JR, Papageorgiou A, Hunter PR (2013). Mediational effects of self-efficacy dimensions in the relationship between knowledge of dengue and dengue preventive behaviour with respect to control of dengue outbreaks: a structural equation model of a cross-sectional survey. PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 7(9). Abstract.  Author URL.
Murdoch J, Salter C, Cross J, Smith JR, Poland F (2013). Resisting medications: moral discourses and performances in illness narratives. Sociology of Health and Illness: a journal of medical sociology, 35(3), 449-464.

2012

Noble MJ, Harrison BDW, Windley J, Smith JR, Wilson AM, Price GM, Price D (2012). Asthma at-risk registers--can be effective if carefully constructed and correctly implemented. Prim Care Respir J, 21(2), 135-136. Author URL.
Smith JR, Noble MJ, Musgrave S, Murdoch J, Price GM, Barton GR, Windley J, Holland R, Harrison BD, Howe A, et al (2012). The at-risk registers in severe asthma (ARRISA) study: a cluster-randomised controlled trial examining effectiveness and costs in primary care. Thorax, 67(12), 1052-1060. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Watson S, Bhattacharya D, Wood J, Smith JR, Adams M, Song F (2012). The impact of treatment side-effects upon medication adherence (oral presentation). Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference.

2011

Watson S, Bhattacharya D, Wood J, Smith JR, Adams M, Song F (2011). Systematic review and meta-analysis shows stress is negatively associated with adherence to medication (poster presentation). Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference.
Smith JR, Cleland J (2011). The interaction of psychological factors with illness, disease and treatment. In Cleland J, Cotton P, van Teiljlingen E (Eds.) Health, Behaviour and Society: Clinical Medicine in Context, Exeter: Learning Matters, 44-60.
Cleland J, Smith JR (2011). Using psychology to help your medical practice. In Cleland J, Cotton P (Eds.) Health, Behaviour and Society: Clinical Medicine in Context, Exeter: Learning Matters, 25-43.

2010

Smith JR, et al (2010). Cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships of self-management behaviours and other psychological factors with outcomes in patients with severe asthma. British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting.
Smith JR, Noble MJ, Harrison BDW, Adams M (2010). P175 Cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships of self-management behaviours and other psychological factors with outcomes in patients with severe asthma.
Smith JR, Noble M, Musgrave S, Murdoch J, Price G, Windley J, Holland R, Harrison BDW, Howe A, Price D, et al (2010). The At-Risk Registers in Severe Asthma (ARRISA) study: a cluster-randomised controlled trial in primary care (oral presentation). British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting.

2008

Smith JR (2008). Asthma. In Newman S, Steed E, Mulligan K (Eds.) Chronic Physical Illness: Self-Management and Behavioural Interventions, Oxford: Open University Press, 204-223.
Ramjeet J, Smith JR, Adams M (2008). The relationship between coping and psychological and physical adjustment in rheumatoid arthritis: a literature review. J Clin Nurs, 17, 418-428.

2007

Smith JR, Mugford M, Holland R, Noble MJ, Harrison BDW (2007). Psycho-educational interventions for adults with severe or difficult asthma: a systematic review. J Asthma, 44(3), 219-241. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Smith JR, Harrison B (2007). Psychosocial factors in severe asthma in adults. In Johnston SL, O'Byrne PM (Eds.) Exacerbations of Asthma, Abgindon: Informa Healthcare, 321-340.

2006

Noble MJ, Smith JR, Windley J (2006). A controlled retrospective pilot study of an 'at-risk asthma register' in primary care. Prim Care Respir J, 15(2), 116-124. Abstract.  Author URL.
Nicol AAM, Smith RD, Smith JR, Mills KS, Somerville M, Adams M, Reynolds S (2006). What do patients with rheumatoid arthritis think of shared clinical decision-making? a qualitative observational study of anti-TNF treatment in clinical practice. European League Against Rheumatism congress.  Author URL.

2005

Holland R, Battersby J, Harvey I, Lenaghan E, Smith JR, Hay L (2005). A systematic review of multi-disciplinary interventions in heart failure. Heart, 91, 899-906.
Smith JR, Mugford M, Holland R, Candy B, Noble MJ, Harrison BDW, Koutantji M, Upton C, Harvey I (2005). A systematic review to examine the impact of psycho-educational interventions on health outcomes and costs in adults and children with difficult asthma. Health Technol Assess, 9(23), iii-167. Abstract.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Mildenhall S, Noble M, Mugford M, Shepstone L, Harrison BDW (2005). Clinician-assessed poor compliance identifies adults with severe asthma who are at risk of adverse outcomes. J Asthma, 42(6), 437-445. Abstract.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Mildenhall S, Noble MJ, Shepstone L, Koutantji M, Mugford M, Harrison BDW (2005). The Coping with Asthma Study: a randomised controlled trial of a home based, nurse led psychoeducational intervention for adults at risk of adverse asthma outcomes. Thorax, 60(12), 1003-1011. Abstract.  Author URL.

2004

Koutantji M, Smith JR, Adams M, Brooksby A, Somerville M, Scott DGI (2004). OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF THE ROUTINE USE OF ANTI-TNF DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS IN a UK SETTING: IMPACTS ON QUALITY OF LIFE AND MOOD.  Author URL.

2003

Smith JR, Mildenhall S, Noble M, Harrison BDW (2003). Poor compliance is a marker for those at-risk of adverse outcomes in adults with severe asthma.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Mugford M, Holland R, Noble M, Harrison BDW, Koutantji M (2003). Systematic review to examine the impact of psycho-educational interventions on health outcomes and costs in difficult asthma.  Author URL.
Smith JR, Mildenhall S, Noble M, Mugford M, Harrison BDW (2003). The coping with asthma study: a randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of a home-based intervention for at-risk asthmatics.  Author URL.

2002

Smith JR, Koutantji M, Mildenhall S, Harrison BDW, Noble M (2002). Psychosocial factors in adults at risk of adverse asthma outcomes: Relationships with symptom control and quality of life.  Author URL.

Jane has no formal teaching role in the University of Exeter Medical School but has delivered psychology lectures and contributed to marking on the BMBS undergraduate medical programme, and is contributing to teaching on process evaluation as part of the MSc in Applied Health Services Research.

Previous teaching duties at the University of East Anglia included:

  • Developing and co-ordinating a Masters module on “Promoting Behaviour Change and Lifestyle Improvement” (formerly “Psychosocial Aspects of Health”).
  • Developing teaching, learning and assessment in the Psychology Domain of the undergraduate medical programme curriculum, including the review and development of learning outcomes in line with “Tomorrow’s Doctor’s 2009”.
  • Deputy Co-ordinator for a 4th Year Growth & Development (Paediatrics) module on the undergraduate medical programme.
  • Problem based learning (PBL) tutor on the undergraduate medical programme.
  • Teaching on a range of health psychology topics (e.g. introduction to the psychology of health, health-related behaviour change, stress and health, psychosocial impacts of disease) and research methods/skills (e.g. systematic review, literature searching) on various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
  • Contributing to the development and marking of assessments (e.g. essays, oral presentations, short answer and multiple choice questions) on postgraduate and undergraduate programmes.
  • Acting as a research supervisor and personal advisor to a range of postgraduate and undergraduate students.

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