Dr Simon Bishop

Lecturer in Healthcare Sciences (Public Health & Primary Care)

Research

I have research interests in a variety of global health topics, particularly the role of social and cultural settings on health behaviours where voluntary risk-taking plays a part in negative health outcome. Currently, this involves exploring socio-cultural drivers of HIV transmission where knowledge and risk behaviours are at odds.

Teaching and Supervision

I currently lead the Professional Doctorate in Public Health, as well as teach across a number of undergraduate and postgraduate modules.

I supervise several postgraduate students with research interests in a broad range of global health topics.

Research areas and keywords

Keywords

  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • R Medicine (General)
  • GN Anthropology - Medical anthropology

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2008 - MSc , Master of Public Health (MPH)
  • PhD , Risk and Rationalisation in Paradise: Cognisant Exposure to Sexually Transmitted Infections amongst Heterosexual Male Sex Tourists to Thailand

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Prof. activities and awards (3)

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Projects (1)

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