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Anneliesa Butler


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Senior Lecturer in Health, Wellbeing and Care in Society

I am a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education and Society where I teach BSc (Hons) Health, Wellbeing and Care in Society delivering health-related topics within a biopsychosocial framework.

My research interest's areas are somatic disorders, stigmatisation and inequalities in health.

I am currently completing a PhD examining Epistemic Injustice within the Dr/Patient relationship, Stigma and Inequalities for those living with ME/CFS.



Teaching and supervision

I currently teach:

    I am module leader for:

  • HSC103 – Foundations of Policy, Practice and Inequalities in Health and Wellbeing 
  • HSC204 – Health Inequalities and Lifestyle "Killers" 
  • HSC308 – Pain or Happiness? Understanding Somatic Illnesses

    I also teach:

  • SOC332 where I supervise dissertation students in areas including inequalities in health, PTSD, somatic illness and mental health who are in their final year of undergraduate study.

Research interests for potential research students

  • Somatic symptom disorders and Medically Unexplained Pain
  • PhD – ME and the true self: Stigmatisation of living with an invisible illness ME/CFS

Research

I am currently completing a PhD – ME and the true self: Stigmatisation of living with an invisible illness ME/CFS.

Publications

Number of items: 1.

Reports, briefing/ working papers

Deacon, Lesley, Butler, Anneliesa and Shaw, Julie (2023) Whole-School Approach to Supporting the Mental Health and Wellbeing (MHW) of Children and Young People. Project Report. University of Sunderland, Sunderland. (Unpublished)

This list was generated on Sat Jul 20 06:20:23 2024 BST.

Last updated 29 May 2024