Health, Psychology and Social Care Research Showcase 2021

Date and time
Wednesday, 24 November 2021
10.00 - 15.00

Delivered in a hybrid format with the option to attend in person at our Kedleston Road campus, or watch online via a live stream.

Our college research showcase highlights the fantastic research taking place across all disciplines within Health, Psychology and Social Care by our staff and students. 

This year's event theme: Researching Through a Global Pandemic

This year's showcase will explore the diverse range of fantastic research taking place across Health, Psychology and Social Care, in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. We have a variety of speakers covering topics such as:

We are also delighted to be welcoming the University of Derby's Professor Clare Brindley (Associate Provost) who will be delivering the keynote presentation.

Specific themes of the showcase will be:

We are delighted to be able to welcome you back on campus at our Kedleston Road site for this year's event. However, after the success of last year's showcase, we will also be streaming the entire event live online, so you will also have the option to attend virtually should you prefer. 

We hope to see you there! Please follow the event using #HPSCResearch2021.

A globe surrounded by virus

Event details

Watch this space for further details around abstracts, presenter bios, and workshop details!

09:00  Registration/logging in/face to face networking

10:00  Live welcome from Dr Emma Hyde (Head of Diagnostic Imaging)

10:05  Keynote - Professor Clare Brindley (Associate Provost)

10:30  Panel Q&A

10:50  Rest break

11:00  PRESENTATION THEME 1: Navigating research processes during a global pandemic

11:30  Panel Q&A

11:50  Rest break

12:00  PRESENTATION THEME 2: Pedagogical responses to Covid-19

12:40  Panel Q&A

13:00  Lunch break

13:30  Workshop expert panel Q&A

14:00  PRESENTATION THEME 3: Impact of Covid-19 in health, psychology and social care contexts

  • Coping, adjustment and wellbeing among end-stage renal disease patients receiving in-centred haemodialysis during the Covid-19 pandemic - Charlotte Louth (Undergraduate Psychology student)
  • Take a minute: the effects of a brief visualised breathing exercise on perceived stress, effect, irritability and state anxiety in a non-clinical population - Dr Sigrid Lipka (Associate Professor in Psychology) and Roy Jackson (University of Derby Alumni)
  • An investigation into the effects of narcissism, national narcissism, Covid-19 conspiracy belief and social media use on compliance with Covid-19 public health guidelines - Stein Vaal, Dr Malcolm Schofield (Lecturer in Psychology) and Dr Ian Baker (Senior Lecturer in Psychology)

14:30  Panel Q&A

14:50  Closing remarks and evaluation (Dr Emma Hyde)

15:00  CLOSE

Book your place:

Please complete the booking form to secure your free place at this event. Further information about workshop details and joining instructions (relevant to whether you will be attending online or in person) will be circulated closer to the event date. 

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