Monthly Archives: August 2019

“My Experience at ORI” by Student Research Assistant Katie Webb

“As a recent Psychology graduate I decided to explore my options within the field. I was luckily given the exciting opportunity to work alongside ORI on a research project, exploring how mental health smartphone applications are implemented and their impact on mental health. This was part of a larger future project researching how such applications… Read more »

“My Experience at ORI” by Student Research Assistant Layla Johnson

As a psychology student at Bournemouth University, I was delighted to have the opportunity to join the Orthopaedic research Institute team this summer as a Student Research Assistant. Working closely with Ranti Samaratunga on her PhD project which explores the Development and Evaluation of a Dedicated Simulator for Hip Surgery Training, I worked on evaluating… Read more »