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Amy Curtis

Lecturer in Developmental Psychology

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Amy Curtis

Room: M301

Phone:

+44 (0) 1978 293439

Email:

amy.curtis@glyndwr.ac.uk

I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Liverpool and graduated in 2010.

Following this I worked within several mental health services including older adult mental health, psychiatric intensive care and CAMHS. Whilst working I completed a masters degree, again at the University of Liverpool with the Epidemiology Team exploring risks associated with dog bites!

I began my PhD in December 2014 and am due to submit this year. My PhD is exploring the benefits of Arts for Health activities on the wellbeing of older adults.

I have two small children and a dog to keep me busy in my spare time! 

BSc in Psychology in 2010.

Masters by Research in Clinical Science (MRes)- Epidemiology Pathway- 2013

PhD in Health and Wellbeing- currently studying

BSc Hons Psychology

Modules:

  • PSY501- Developmental Psychology

Curtis, A., Gibson, L., O’Brien, M. & Roe, B. 2018. Systematic review of the impact of arts for health activities on health, wellbeing and quality of life of older people living in care homes. Dementia. https://doi.org/10.1177/1471301217740960

Healthy Ageing, Mental Health, Epidemiology of Health and Disease.

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