MISS JENNIFER DUNSMORE
Jennifer started her PhD with the Academic Urology Unit in February 2020, with Dr Steven Maclennan. Jennifer’s PhD is focused on researching prescription behaviour in prostate cancer treatment.
Previously, Jennifer worked as a research assistant in the Academic Urology Unit on a project looking at the barriers and facilitators of prescribing and instilling Mitomycin C for treatment of bladder cancer.
Jennifer's background is in Health Psychology with an interest in understanding health behaviour and ways to change behaviour. Jennifer obtained a MSc Health Psychology from the University of Aberdeen in 2017.
- BA (Hons) Psychology and Sport Studies2016 - University of Stirling
- MSc Health Psychology2017 - University of Aberdeen
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What influences adherence to guidance for post-operative instillation of intravesical chemotherapy to bladder cancer patients?BJU International, vol. 128, no. 2, pp. 225-235Contributions to Journals: Articles
Using a behavioural approach to explore the factors that affect questionnaire return within a clinical trial: a qualitative study based on the Theoretical Domains FrameworkBMJ Open, vol. 11, no. 4, e048128Contributions to Journals: Articles
Embedding practitioner skills in Health Psychology training: Development of a student-delivered health coaching serviceHealth Psychology Update, vol. 29, no. 1Contributions to Journals: Articles