Fellows' blogsites

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.

Kathy Birch, a hospice worker from Epsom, is travelling in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore to investigate approaches to extending the scope and reach of palliative care. Read Kathy's blog

Ella Hancock, a charity worker from Croydon, is travelling in Sweden, the Netherlands and the USA to research affordable social cohousing for young people. Read Ella's blog

Annabel Deas, a broadcast journalist from Manchester, is travelling in the USA to explore ways in which radio can give a voice to marginalised members of society. Read Annabel's blog

Karen Leigh Anderson, a business advisor from Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, is travelling in the USA to study social enterprises providing employment and training for disadvantaged groups. Read Karen's blog

Rebecca Walker, a senior environmental specialist from Norwich who will be travelling to South Africa, Canada and the USA to research commercial wildlife watching regulation aimed at protecting marine mammals. Read Rebecca's blog

Nic Bliss, a housing policy worker from Birmingham, is travelling in Canada to investigate approaches to growing the co-operative housing sector. Read Nic's blog

Michelle Jones, a researcher from Chelmsford, is travelling in Canada to study training for military personnel encountering children in combat zones. Read Michelle's blog

Michelle Tennyson, an allied health professional from Belfast, is travelling in Belgium, Germany and the USA to research public involvement in shaping health services. Read Michelle's blog

Karen Leach, a health and social care service manager from Guernsey, who will be travelling to New Zealand and the USA to study models of health and social care which promote personal purpose and meaning. Read Karen's blog

Joanne Brooke, a nurse and psychologist from Northfleet, Kent, is travelling in Australia, New Zealand and the USA to investigate approaches to identifying and supporting prisoners with dementia from culturally diverse backgrounds. Read Joanne's blog

Bekele Woyecha, a community organiser from Croydon, is travelling in Canada to explore the role of civil society in welcoming and supporting refugees. Read Bekele's blog

Hayley Gorton, a researcher and pharmacist from Manchester, is travelling in Canada and the USA to investigate the role of community pharmacies in suicide prevention. Read Hayley's blog

Samantha Donnellan, a post-doctoral research associate from Liverpool, is travelling in South Africa and the USA to investigate new approaches to testing drug treatments for multi-drug resistant TB. Read Samantha's blog

Kierna Corr, a nursery teacher from Coalisland, County Tyrone, is travelling in Sweden and Germany to research approaches to supporting children from migrant families in preschool. Read Kierna's blog