Gavin, Helen, Ward, Sarah and Hanson, Sue (2017) Celebrating the work of PGRs in Human and Health Sciences. University of Huddersfield Press. ISBN 978-1-86218-146-5

The School of Human and Health Sciences is justifiably proud of its research. World renowned staff examine issues as diverse as criminal profiling, wound care and child protection. Emerging themes for research in the school range from examining mental health and well-being to innovative approaches to understanding crime, from the study of national identity to examining beliefs in witchcraft and possession. This diversity in research areas is reflected in the work of the postgraduate researchers (PgRs) registered for research degrees under the supervision of academic and research staff of the school. In order to showcase this research, the School hosts an annual research festival in which PgRs can either give an oral presentation of their work, or produce a poster. The launch of this new e-book is a showcase of research from the second annual festival in 2016.

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