Chloe Casey

Chloe Casey
Bournemouth University | BU · Department of Midwifery, Rehabilitation and Health Sciences

Master of Science

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Introduction
Chloe Casey currently works as a postgraduate researcher at the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, Bournemouth University. Chloe does research in postgraduate research students' mental wellbeing.

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Publications (4)
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Much research around student mental health focuses on undergraduate students. However, recent research suggests that depression and anxiety are just as prevalent among postgraduate researchers (PGRs). This study explores the experience of PGRs in the UK (N = 50), their wellbeing and resilience. The results of the survey indicated that the participa...
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To evaluate interventions designed to improve the quality of life of people with dementia (PWD), there is a need for psychometrically validated instruments. We tested the psychometric properties of the ICEpop CAPability measure for Older people (ICECAP-O) as a self-report measure of quality of life with PWD. We used data from a randomized controlle...
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Research exploring both the general experiences of postgraduate research students when interacting with gatekeepers and how this affects their progress and emotional resilience is currently lacking. Consequently, this study aims to explore the experience of postgraduate researchers interacting with gatekeepers to develop an understanding of both th...

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Current literature provides an overview of the issue of low mental wellbeing in postgraduate researchers (PGRs) but there are limited evidence-based remedial interventions that have been conducted. This project will explore the factors that underpin PGR wellbeing and conduct a feasibility study that will pilot several co-produced wellbeing interventions designed specifically for doctoral students at Bournemouth University.