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TitleFirst NameLast NameAffiliation/UniversityCountryResearch interests
PhD candidate Melanie Kingsland The University of Newcastle, Australia Australia Implementation interventions and behaviour change interventions focussed on alcohol related harm reduction
Dr Niina Kolehmainen Newcastle University UK Complex non-drug interventions - methods for developing, evaluating and implementing them. Behav med im children with disabilities. Social determinants and pathways to change in behav med.
Mr Chris Keyworth University of Manchester United Kingdom Health promotion, behaviour change, risk communication
Miss Solbjørg Makalani Myrtveit University of Bergen Norge Risk factors for the development of whiplash and other pain, as well as predictors for recovery
Dr. Jitske Tiemensma University of California, Merced United States Stress, PNI, perception, cognition
PhD Paquito Bernard University of Montpellier France - Health behavior change (i.e physical activity, smoking cessation) for patients with psychiatric disorders or cancer - Effects and mechanisms of exercise on mental health (i.e substance dependence, schizophrenia, major depressive disorders)
MSc Yvette Ciere University Medical Centre Groningen The Netherlands Chronic headache
Miss Claire Mawditt University College London United Kingdom Health related behaviour, behaviour change, epidemiology, the social determinants of health, lifecourse trajectories.
Dr Indika Pathiraja Post Graduate Institute of Medicine, University of Colombo Sri Lanka Behavior change strategies towards Non Communicable Disease Prevention
Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow; PhD Student (Clinical Psychology) Marie Barnett Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Adelphi University USA Psycho-Oncology; Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Survivorship; Psychosocial aspects of cancer survivorship

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