ARC 2022 Presentation Schedule PM

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1:30 - 1:55

Dr Howard Fuller - The ‘ Find the Captain ’ – Project: Hunting for the Greatest Royal Navy Shipwreck of the Nineteenth-Century 

Dr Karl Royle and Prof Sarah Hayes Empowering learners in the digital economy: sharing our DIONE Project framework for international micro-collaborations Dr Denise Doyle (with Dr Richard Glover and Dr Martin Khechara) - Arts, Science and Technology in the ISSM Project and Exhibition    Queenette Uche Anwuluorah - What Influences Participation in Medical/Health Research among Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Groups?  Dr Laura Nicklin, Dr Joanne Lloyd & Prof Chris Fullwood - Understanding and reducing risks associated with the convergence of gaming and gambling: importance for facilitating inclusion 
2:00 - 2:25 

Professor Keith Gildart - Of Hopes, Dreams, and Tombstones: mapping a musical journey from 1960s America to 1970s Britain 

Dr Jenni Jones The business of coaching and mentoring; best practice for HEIs  Reena Patel Physical activity in healthcare curricula  Fatma Guzel “Expiry Date for a Healthy Child”: Autism, Motherhood and Seeking Treatment Transnationally  Dr Laura Nicklin & Dr Joanne Lloyd Inclusive practice in Online learning: Diverse experiences of the Covid-19 rapid transition to online learning. 
2:30 - 2:55 

Oscar Owen - The Use of Masculine Identity as a Weapon During Wartime Captivity 

Steve Pendleton Does poor motivation explain the academic performance of socioeconomically disadvantaged school students?  Dr Gurpinder Singh Lalli You have to start with a seed!’ A case study of school food education at Ingalls Academy

Rebecca Timmins Which student nurses experienced the most moral distress in a global pandemic (COVID 19)?   

Sarah Halls - Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) and School.

Dr Joshua Stubbs, Dr Laura Nicklin & Dr Joanne Lloyd Using inclusive research practices to explore peoples’ experiences of being exposed to real-world violence online 
3:00 - 3:25  Oliver Price Militant Tendency, MI5 and subversion in Cold War Britain  Xiuzhen Guo The comparison of primary mathematical curriculum between Mainland China and England  Prof Alan Nevill BMI is dead; long live waist-circumference indices: But which waist-circumference index best predicts cardio-metabolic risk?  Dr Jenni Jones, Prof Ross Prior, Dr Louise Fenton, Lynn Ellison, Dawn Jones, Dr Chinny Nzekwe-Excel, Janet Cash, & Dr Eun Sun Godwin Sharing our ‘FABSS-ulous’ learning and teaching research 

Dr Lisa Orchard Defining Online Behaviour: Considerations for Research

3:30 - 3:55    Marc Smale Research Inquires Arising from COVID-19 Pandemic: the digital divide   Prof Andy Lane Reflections of inclusive research: what’s in and what’s out?