Dr Sarah Kendal
I am an applied health researcher and NMC registered mental health nurse. My core research themes are: using participatory methods for public engagement in research; promoting emotional wellbeing in young people; complex interventions development and evaluation. I am a qualified clinical teacher and I have a PGCert in higher education.
Hughes (Huddersfield), Brooker, Lloyd-Evans, (UCL), Hunter (UCL), Trevillion (Kings College, London), Gilchrist (Kings College London), Lucock (Huddersfield), Kendal (Leeds), Shallcross (Manchester), Maxted- CEO Of The Survivors Trust. NIHR Funding Call 16/117 SARC: ‘The effectiveness of Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs)’. 2018 -2021. My role: Public Involvement lead.
Hugh-Jones, S., Tubeuf, S., West, R. (Leeds) and Kendal, S. (Leeds) ‘School based mental health intervention for young people: development and feasibility study of a digital information prescription intervention’ funder: Medical Research Council. June 17-Mar 19.
For further information about my research and publications, please see my ORCID profile: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8557-5716
- PhD (mental health nursing)
- Masters in Health Science (Public health and health promotion)
- BA(Hons) Latin, Archaeology, Comparative Religion
- RMN (mental health nursing)
- PGCert Teaching and Learning Higher Ed
- Nursing and Midwifery Council
- Higher Education Academy Fellow
I am on the supervision team of 3 doctoral students at Huddersfield University:
Themba Dlamini: ‘Exploring the lived experiences of older African people who live in South Yorkshire: Do social isolation and loneliness have an impact on their health and wellbeing?’ Dr Alex Bridger and Dr Sarah Kendal . Doctoral thesis due to submit 2018. University of Huddersfield
Nafisa Zaman: ‘Management of long-term conditions among informal family caregivers of people with dementia.’ Dr Serena Bartys and Dr Sarah Kendal. Doctoral thesis due to submit 2018. The University of Huddersfield.
Chane Roodt: ‘Qualitative exploration of the health, wellbeing and social implications of living with Trichotillomania.’ Professor Phil Keeley and Dr Sarah Kendal. Doctoral thesis due to submit 2020. The University of Huddersfield.