Current state and future prospects of research on fear of cancer recurrence

Congratulations to Gozde Ozakinci, Associate Director of SDHI and Lecturer in Health Psychology, School of Medicine at the University of St Andrews who along with colleagues Sophie Lebel, Gerald Humphris, Belinda Thewes, Judith Prins, Andreas Dinkel and Phyllis Butow have recently had their paper Current state and future prospects of research on fear of cancer recurrence’ published in the journal Psycho-Oncology

Psycho-Oncology - Gozde

The full article can be found here

 

Are most findings in psychology false? An activist’s perspective

The University of St Andrews School of Medicine is hosting this public seminar presented by Professor James Coyne who will deliver a provocative and lively talk on Tuesday 24th March at 3pm in Seminar Room 2 at the School of Medicine.

Prof Coyne - St Andrews Seminar 24-03-15

For further information please contact Gozde Ozakinci (go10 @st-andrews.ac.uk)

PhD opportunity in Child and Adolescent Health

The School of Medicine at the University of St Andrews is offering the following PhD opportunity with a start date of September 2015 – ‘Biology, behaviour and social determinants – pubertal timing and mental health – what roles do environment and genetics play?

Further information can be found here

Trial Forge: Making trials more efficient

The University of St Andrews School of Medicine invites you to attend a public seminar: “TRIAL FORGE: making trials more efficient” presented by Professor Shaun Treweek from the University of Aberdeen.

Shaun Treweek flyer

This seminar will take place from 3pm-4pm on Thursday the 13th of November in Seminar Room 2, School of Medicine, Medical and Biological Sciences Building, University of St Andrews. All are welcome.

Please contact Gozde Ozakinci (go10 @st-andrews.ac.uk) for further information.

Cancer survivorship and the role of primary care

Dr Gozde Ozakinci, Associate Director of SDHI is hosting the above Seminar which will be presented by Professor Eila Watson, Oxford Brookes University on Thursday 22nd May at 4pm in Seminar Room 2, School of Medicine, University of St Andrews.

An informal wine reception will follow at 5pm

Further information is available on the seminar flyer

Violence Prevention – Policy, Practice and Advocacy

The Violence Prevention Group at the University of St Andrews are hosting a day of presentations and discussion around the issues of violence prevention policy, practice, and advocacy, and the official launch of the report on the World Health Organization, Scottish Government and University of St Andrews International Collaboration on Violence Prevention Policy Development (2009-2014).

This event will be held on Tuesday 25th March, in the School of Medicine, University of St Andrews and is free to attend with refreshments and lunch provided.  For catering purposes please register your interest in attending by email to
VPEvent @st-andrews.ac.uk

The deadline for registration is Midnight Tuesday 18th March

Further information can be found here