University of Bristol
Health and Well-Being
Students on this pathway acquire a range of skills to develop and evaluate interventions and strategies to improve health behaviour.Their work will make a major impact on understandings of the social science underpinnings of avoidable health problems, and will build research capacity at the interface of biomedical and social sciences within and beyond academia. All students have 2 supervisors representing different disciplinary perspectives on health and well-being.
An upper 2nd Class Honours degree in a related field or equivalent qualification.
Core modules: advanced interdisciplinary research design; contemporary debates in environment, energy and resilience; plus optional units (these can be taken at either Bristol, Bath or Exeter); modules available at Bristol include: researching health and social care; further qualitative methods; researching child and family welfare; physical activity, disease and public health; nutrition, disease and public health; determinants of physical activity and eating behaviour; physical activity and nutrition interventions: conceptualisation and design; inclusive research with disabled people; psychological statistics and research tools; neuropsychological analysis tools; nutrition and behaviour; neuropsychiatry; social psychology and individual differences; dissertation.
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|Tyndall Avenue, Bristol||Bristol||BS8 1TH||South West|
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