Janie Rance

Janie Rance

Lecturer, School of Health Science, Swansea University, Wales, UK


My main research interests are in applied health psychology, specifically lifestyle behaviour change across the lifespan and psychological interventions for management of Long Term and Chronic Conditions. I also have interest and experience in health services research and evaluation. I have led and contributed to a wide variety of research projects ranging from school -based lifestyle interventions through to evaluation of public health interventions and development of cancer rehabilitation programmes. I supervise a large number of students at all levels from undergraduate through to MSc and PhD. Outside of the University I am an active member of the British Psychological society Division of Health Psychology, conducting accreditation visits for stage 1 and stage 2 Health Psychology training and I am currently honorary secretary for the Division of Health Psychology Committee. I am also a registered stage 2 Health Psychology supervisor. As Director for Postgraduate Research within the Collage of Human and Health Science, I have responsibility for strategic oversight and operational management of PGR within the College.

Research Interest

black and minority ethnic (BME) groups, devolution, evidence based research, health and social care, Wales




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