Psychology Careers Week is your chance to hear from those who work in different fields within Psychology. In this session, you will hear from Health Psychologist Suhana Begum, who is also an Arden University lecturer!
Taking place Thursday 6th August, 14:00 - 14.30 BST
The session will cover:
- Information on what it's like working within the field of Health Psychology
- Tips on how to become an Health Psychologist
- The impact that COVID-19 has had on the world from the perspective of Health Psychology
There will be an opportunity to ask Suhana questions during the session.
An Introduction to Suhana Begum:
I'm a Practitioner Health Psychologist working within public health in health improvement. I am also an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) and Assistant Publication Editor for the Behavioural Science and Public Health Network (BSPHN). My research specialises in behaviour change (diet, physical activity and substance misuse) within a public health context using evidence based methodology to devise behaviour change interventions; evaluation of healthcare services and public health interventions; the wider determinants of health (such as the links between employment, fuel poverty, food poverty, impact of quality of housing and health) and reducing health inequalities.