Corina is a Teaching Fellow in Health Psychology in the Institute of Applied Health Sciences, British Psychological Society Chartered Psychologist and an HCPC registered Practitioner Health Psychologist. Following completion of the NES Stage 2 Health Psychology programme, Corina worked in the NHS delivering psychological therapy to support self-management in adults with cystic fibrosis. Joining the group in August 2018, Corina's main research interests include the self-management of chronic health conditions, oral health and paediatric health psychology. Her projects largely utilise qualitative methods, including thematic and interpretative phenomenological analysis.
Corina is involved in the delivery of the BPS-accredited MSc Health Psychology, and contributes to postgraduate and undergraduate courses on other programmes. Corina also supervises MSc student research projects.
Corina is course co-ordination on the following courses:
- PU5024 - Research Methods & Practice for Psychology
- PU5040 - Health, Well-being & Behaviour
And has teaching responsibilities on the following courses:
- PU5524 - Stress, Personality & Health
- PU5909 - Health Psychology Research Projects