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Mark is a Research Fellow in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at Northumbria, and a member of Fuse (The Centre for Translational Research in Public Health). His work lies at the intersection of psychology, sociology and public health, focusing in particular on the promotion of healthy ageing and how health inequalities can be addressed. His PhD in Public Health was based around dementia and dementia care.

Mark is experienced in applying a range of research approaches including: Delphi process, Normative Process Theory, Rapid Realist Review, Scientific Realist evaluation and Thematic Analysis. Mark has experience conducting quantitative analysis using SPSS which was applied during his MSc in Health Psychology to analyse data gathered from cortisol sampling.

Mark is currently engaged on several projects including a process evaluation of Durham & Darlington's Long COVID Pathway and an investigation of how bespoke pain management can be achieved for people living with neurodegenerative conditions.

Education/Academic qualification

Health and Social Research, PhD, Northumbria University

1 Oct 20141 Feb 2019

Award Date: 1 Feb 2019

Psychology (Biology), MSc, Northumbria University

24 Sep 20115 Jan 2014

Award Date: 7 Feb 2014

Psychology, Graduate Certificate, University of Sunderland

26 Sep 20041 Jul 2007

Award Date: 4 Jul 2007

Education, BEd (Hons), University of Sunderland

20 Sep 19881 Jul 1992

Award Date: 1 Jul 1992


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