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Anneliesa Butler


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Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences

I am a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education and Society where I teach across a number of courses including Health and Social Care and Social Work delivering health related topics within a biopsychosocial framework.

My research interests areas are somatic disorders, stigmatisation and inequalities in health.

I am currently completing a PhD examining ME/CFS.



Teaching and supervision

I currently teach on:

    I am Module Leader for:
  • SSC106 Understanding Health and Social Care
  • SSC202 Health Promotion
  • SWK113 Psychology for Human Growth and Development for Social Workers

I also teach on:
    • SSCM11 Quality Interventions in Practice Developments
    • SSC330 Lifecourse Approaches in Health and Social Care and Ageing
    • SSC302 I supervise dissertation students in areas including PTSD, Somatic Illness and Mental Health in their final year of undergraduate study.

Research interests for potential research students

  • Somatic symptom disorders
  • 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.

Last updated 19 February 2020

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