Fellows' Blogs

Below is a selection of blogs from Fellows who are currently travelling the world on their Fellowships. Follow the links to read about these Fellows’ latest findings.

Alpa Depani, an architect from Hackney, is travelling in Hong Kong, Japan and the USA to explore approaches to the design of public realm in global cities. Read Alpa's blog

Victoria Butler, a Physiotherapist from Kirklevington, North Yorkshire, is travelling in Australia to investigate exercise programmes to prevent falls in stroke patients. Read Victoria's blog

Kate Knowles, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner from Nottingham, is travelling in the USA to research how Advanced Clinical Practitioners evidence the benefit of their work. Read Kate's blog

Joanne McGrath, from Newcastle upon Tyne, and a Progression Coach at Crisis UK, is travelling in Norway and the USA to investigate approaches to preventing homelessness amongst ex offenders. Read Joanne's blog

Nicola Doherty, a Consultant Clinical Psychologist from Slaghtmanus, Derry, is travelling in the Netherlands, Canada and the USA to research integrative working approaches to addressing infant mental health. Read Nicola's blog

Ceri Wyn Morris, a Marine Mammal Specialist from Llandudno Junction, Conwy, is travelling in Canada and New Zealand to study approaches to minimising the impact of tidal energy development on marine mammals. Read Ceri's blog

Rob Barker-Williams, a Substance Misuse Worker from Swansea, is travelling in Canada, Denmark and the USA to investigate reducing drug related deaths through medically supervised injection centres. Read Rob's blog

Laura Walton-Williams, Forensic Investigation Course Leader at Staffordshire University, is travelling in Canada and the USA to study best practice in sexual offence examinations. Read Laura's blog

A 2017 Fellow, who wishes not to be named, is travelling in Australia and the USA to research body farms, facilities for studying human and animal remains. You can read their blog here

Clare Law, from Lytham St Annes, and Development Manager at the Centre for Early Child Development, is travelling in Australia and the USA to investigate approaches to mitigating early childhood trauma. Read Clare's blog

Duncan Vaughan, a Senior Environmental Specialist in Marine Planning from Dersingham, Norfolk, is travelling in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Norway and the USA to explore approaches to protecting marine environments. Read Duncan's blog

Edward Douglas, a Senior Policy and Projects Officer from Muswell Hill, is travelling in Canada and Sweden to study approaches to regenerating public housing estates. Read Edward's blog

Dr Jane Youell, a Chartered Psychologist from Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, is travelling in Australia and the USA to explore how care homes accommodate the diverse sexual identities of people with dementia. Read Jane's blog