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Ms Susanne Main

Poster for 'Exhibiting Pain' research

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  • Research Student
  • Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies
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Professional biography

Please see my blog for details of my research interests, teaching and employment history.

 

Research interests

My PhD is (presently) entitled, 'Exhibiting Pain: Interpretations of creative representations of persistent pain'.

I am exploring the interpretations of people's pain as represented in art, poetry, music, etc. I am trialing an innovative method involving exhibitions hosted on social media platforms as a way to share the works and generate discussion by audience members.

More details can be found on the Exhibiting Pain site and on OpenLearn.

Supervisors:

Dr Caroline Holland

Emeritus Professor Rose Barbour

Dr Joan Simons

 

My broader research interests are in the understanding, communication and management of persistent physical pain. Also, in arts health research and identity, as linked to illness.

 

Teaching interests

I have been an Associate Lecturer with The Open University since April 2010, tutoring on health & social care modules as well as social sciences.

News

Dr Hannah Marston and her book Mobile e-Health

Book published and Keynote presentations in 2018

2018 seems to be turning into a busy year for Dr Hannah R. Marston, Research Fellow in the Health & Wellbeing Priority Research Area (H&W PRA). Hannah has recently published Mobile e-Health with colleagues from Swansea University and the University of Northern British Columbia, Canada; and Hannah will be a keynote presenter at two conferences this year.

10th January 2018
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