Virtual Poster Exhibition

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Omowonuola Okunnu

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Omowonuola Okunnu (PhD, FMC) with this poster entitled: A comparative study of the interconnectedness of religion and politics in Northern and Southern Nigeria: The role of literacy level. Click the poster below to enlarge. Although research on the determinants of political outcomes has been… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Penny Wells

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Penny Wells (PhD, FMC) with this poster entitled: How people relate to environmental disaster in contemporary literature; an ecocritical approach. Click the poster below to enlarge. Taking six contemporary eco-novels containing scenarios of environmental disaster, this study examines how each is portrayed. The question… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Rabeea Maqsood

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Rabeea Maqsood (PhD, FHSS) with this poster entitled: The association between Combat Related Traumatic Injury and Heart Rate Variability in the UK Armed Forces Personnel and Veterans- a quantitative secondary data analysis of the ADVANCE study. Click the poster below to enlarge. CRTI’s impact… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Megan Jadzinski

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Megan Jadzinski (PhD, FHSS) with this poster entitled: How are Fitness to Practise processes applied in the Higher Education Institutions, in relation to Health and Care Profession Council or Nursing and Midwifery Council healthcare courses? Click the poster below to enlarge. Higher Education Institutions… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Mirte Korpershoek

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Mirte Korpershoek (PhD, FST) with this poster entitled: Rock art as an environmental archive. Click the poster below to enlarge. Rock art occurs worldwide, across societies and time-periods. Traditionally, rock art studies examine the intention behind the images: the symbolism and shamanistic ritual interpretations…. Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Jordan King

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Jordan King (MRes, FST) with this poster entitled: Exploring nostalgic experiences in video games. Click the poster below to enlarge. Video game players may experience emotional demands, such as nostalgia, when thinking of a memorable game which can increase levels of well-being and social… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Hayden Scott-Pratt and Sigrid Osborne

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Hayden Scott-Pratt (PhD, FST) and Sigrid Osborne (MRes, FST) with this poster entitled: Unlikely allies: Combining archaeobotanical and metallurgical material in archaeological research. An example from the Iron Age settlement at Hengistbury Head. Click the poster below to enlarge. How can an investigation of… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Iram Bibi

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Iram Bibi (PhD, FST) with this poster entitled: Reliability, validity, and feasibility of a generic quality of life scale for use directly with community dwelling older people with dementia. Click the poster below to enlarge. Currently, measures of quality of life (QoL) used with… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Jack Wieland

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Jack Wieland (PhD, FST) with this poster entitled: Investigating the Role of Microsatellite Instability in Reproduction.  Click the poster below to enlarge and you can listen to the accompanying audio. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after 1 year without the use… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Liz Bailey

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Liz Bailey (PhD, FMC) with this poster entitled: Is history repeating itself? Click the poster below to enlarge. Parallels can be drawn between the power of the publisher over the author in the 1700s and the power of the internet over the author today…. Read more »