Thursday, 9 July 2015

ESRC Studentship, Nurse/Patient Interactions and Conversation Analysis

Displaying image1.JPGThe Department of Sociology at York is delighted to announce that one of our recent graduates - Hannah Wright - has been awarded an ESRC DTC 1+3 PhD studentship to undertake a conversation analytic study investigating 'dignity and compassion in practice' at the University of Nottingham.  This will involve recording and analysing senior nurse/patient interactions in an acute hospital.  

Hannah will be supervised by Dr Ruth Parry and Dr Alison Pilnick at the University of Nottingham, and Dr Joanne Cooper at the Nottingham University NHS Trust.

We wish Hannah many congratulations on this excellent achievement and all the very best for her future research career.

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