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.

Angela Samata, an Arts and Mental Health Practitioner from Birkenhead, is travelling in Japan and the USA to investigate attitudes to artists with diagnosed mental health conditions. Read Angela's blog

Anne-Marie Douglas, a charity Chief Executive from Kings Cross, is travelling in the USA to explore the use of empathy development to improve services in youth justice, social care and education. Read Anne-Marie'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

Dr Erin Hope Thompson, from Kilburn, and the Founder and Director of The Loss Foundation, is travelling in the USA to research best practice in bereavement support. Read Erin's blog

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

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

Jeszemma Garratt, from Dudley, and Training and Development Manager at the Fatherhood Institute, is travelling in Canada, Trinidad & Tobago and Vietnam to investigate approaches to engaging fathers in supporting their partners to breastfeed. Follow Jeszemma's travels on Facebook

Tim Gill, an Independent Researcher from Walthamstow, is travelling in Belgium, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands and Norway to research child-friendly approaches to urban planning. Read Tim's blog