- Non-pharmacological interventions for the management of chronic breathlessness, in particular research on the handheld fan
- Cancer rehabilitation in particular research on physical activity and well-being interventions for older people with lung cancer before, during and after cancer treatments.
Eloise Meulen, Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Honours Research), University of South Australia. Project: Explaining breathlessness for people living with chronic breathlessness: Field testing a process to understand helpfulness and understandability of explanations. Thesis examiner
Josh Brown and Isobel Miller, INSPIRE programme, Hull York Medical School. Project: Implementation of the handheld fan in clinical practice; qualitative interviews of clinicians’ experience and perceptions of use, barriers and facilitators. Project supervisor
Gamze Keser, INSPIRE programme, HYMS. Project: The implementation of the handheld fan in clinical practice; a survey of clinicians’ experience and barriers and facilitators to use. Project supervisor
Andrew Brew and Sarah O’ Beine, INSPIRE programme, Hull York Medical School. Project: Fan Facial Airflow Recovery from Exercise in healthy participants (FanFARE-H). Project co-supervisor
Aliya Prihartadi and Giovanna Licastro, INSPIRE programme, Hull York Medical School. Project: A scoping review of non-medical devices for chronic breathlessness: use, barriers and facilitators for patients, carers and clinicians Project co-supervisor
Thomas Burrell, MSc Sports, Health and Exercise Science, University of Hull. Project: Fan Facial Airflow Recovery from Exercise in people with chronic breathlessness (FanFare-P) Project co-supervisor