Psychology graduates present research at national conference
Three psychology graduates from the University of West London presented their research at the British Psychological Society's Division of Health Psychology conference which took place in Southampton in September.
Weronika Suszynska, Caroline Lafarge and Krishna Talsania all presented findings from their MSc Health Psychology dissertations. Between them, their work covered quality of life and smoking in the UK Polish community, living with a chronic illness, and women's experiences of pregnancy termination due to foetal anomaly.
Pauline Fox, MSc Health Psychology course leader, said: 'I'm delighted that the students' work was accepted by the conference. It clearly shows the importance and quality of the research they've carried out at University of West London. It also gave them an excellent opportunity to network, present at a national level and builds their CVs.'
Weronika, Caroline and Krishna were all awarded student bursaries by the Division of Health Psychology so they could attend the conference.