Nuha Alshaaili

BSc, MSc

Population Health, School of Medicine and Population Health

PhD Student
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Nuha Alshaaili
Population Health, School of Medicine and Population Health
Office: Westcourt, 114a
Regent Court (DCS)
211 Portobello
S1 4DP

I graduated in 2012 from Auckland University of Technology (New Zealand) with a bachelor’s degree in Health science (Occupational Therapy). I then worked as an occupational therapist in the Royal Hospital (Oman). In 2017, I graduated from University College Cork (Ireland) with a Master in Science, Older Person Rehabilitation. I returned to work at the Royal Hospital until I began my PhD in Sheffield in September 2019.

Research interests

Title of PhD: Exploring the spiritual lives of adults with learning disabilities: A qualitative

My research interests are:

  • The role of spirituality in health care
  • Health equity
  • Women’s health

Conference (poster) presentation

Irish Gerontology conference 2017: healthcare professionals’ attitudes, practice and influencing factors with regard to considering older persons’ spirituality during rehabilitation: a mixed-methods study.

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