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  • Dr Qian Kan

    Head of Chinese/Senior Lecturer (Chinese), School of Languages and Applied Linguistics, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Dr Jeanne Katz

    Honoary Associate, School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Mrs Jen Kearvell-White

    Research Student, Faculty Office, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Professor Mary Jane Kehily

    Professor (Gender and Education), School of Education, Childhood, Youth and Sport, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Professor Mary Kellett

    Executive Dean, Faculty Office, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Dr Peter Keogh

    Senior Lecturer, Public Health, School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Dr Cindy Kerawalla

    Senior Lecturer in Childhood and Youth Studies, School of Education, Childhood, Youth and Sport, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Ms Betul Khalil

    Research Student, Faculty Office, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Ms Victoria Kiddey

    Staff Tutor, School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Dr Carol Komaromy

    Honorary Associate, School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Ms Susan Kotschi

    Staff Tutor (Languages), School of Languages and Applied Linguistics, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

  • Dr Chris Kubiak

    Associate Head of School, Learning,Teaching & Innovatio, School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care, Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies

News

Improving wellbeing through digital games

Dr Hannah R. Marson, Research Fellow in the Health & Wellbeing Priority Research Area, and organiser of the upcoming Digital Health & Wellbeing Conference, was interviewed by eldercare.org to discuss how research using digital games and associated technologies has been investigated in the area of health and wellbeing. Read the full article: Technology and Gaming for the Elderly: Improving Wellbeing.

20th November 2017
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