Read about the research interests of the other INSPIRE members
Title First Name Last Name Affiliation/University Country Research interests
Tilburg University (not currently affiliated)
judith.austin AT hotmail.com
Pediatric psychology, prevention, e-health, diabetes, mindfulness.
katigbac AT bc.edu
Cardiovascular health, immigrant health, Asians, lifestyle intervention research
Belorusian State Medical University
slavjanochk AT yahoo.com
obesity, diabetes, eating disorders
dr.prajakta.adsul AT gmail.com
Cancer disparities, health communication, decision making, integration of medicine and public health
nina.lind AT umu.se
Social support, Coping, Asthma and allergy, Environmental intolerances, Psychological distress, Risk factors
University of Newcastle, Australia
rebecca.wyse AT hnehealth.nsw.gov.au
The University of Newcastle, Australia
melanie.kingsland AT hnehealth.nsw.gov.au
Implementation interventions and behaviour change interventions focussed on alcohol related harm reduction
niina.kolehmainen AT newcastle.ac.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.
University of Manchester
chris.keyworth AT manchester.ac.uk
Health promotion, behaviour change, risk communication
University of Bergen
makalanim AT gmail.com
Risk factors for the development of whiplash and other pain, as well as predictors for recovery
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