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Health Psychology Research Unit

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Health Psychology Research Unit (HPRU) is an independent research unit, headed by Clare Bradley,  Professor of Health Psychology and based in the Orchard Building at Royal Holloway. HPRU was established as a separate unit from the Psychology Department in November 2011. Prior to this, Clare Bradley was the Director of Health Psychology Research within psychology.  The move to Orchard Building brings HPRU into the same location as the spin-out company, Health Psychology Research Ltd, which Clare Bradley incorporated in 2004 .   

 

Our students

Professor Clare Bradley supervises PhD students and  the research of clinical doctorate students.

Current students include:

Katie Hann - a PhD student funded by a Studentship from RHUL. She is undertaking a five-year follow-up of participants in the detailed PROMs (Patient-Reported Outcome Measures) study of the ATTOM (Access to Transplantation and Transplant Outcome Measures) programme. She is also collaborating with transplant surgeons from Cambridge, Edinburgh, and London (Guy’s) to investigate PROMs longitudinally in patients waitlisted  for simultaneous pancreas and kidney transplantation.

 

Visiting Academics

Dr Fatima Kamran, a health psychologist from the University of Punjab, Pakistan, is an academic visitor to HPRU for 12 months from 21st June 2017. Her expertise is in psychological issues associated with kidney transplantation. Her work while at RHUL includes linguistic validation of Clare Bradley’s Renal-Dependent Quality of Life (RDQoL) and Renal Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaires (RTSQ status and change) into Urdu for use in Pakistan.

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