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Aimee Aubeeluck

Professor of Health Psychology Education, Deputy Head of School, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

Aimee Aubeeluck is a Professor of Health Psychology Education within the School of Health Sciences. She is both a Chartered Psychologist (British Psychological Society) and Registered Health Psychologist (Health and Care Professions Council). She has a BA(Hons) in Psychology, a MSc in Health Psychology and holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education. She undertook her PhD in Health Psychology under the supervision of Dr Heather Buchanan at the University of Derby (examiners Prof Nichola Rumsey and Dr Martin Dempster).

Aimee ins a Health Psychology Stage 2 Assessor and Registered Applied Psychology Practice Supervisor with the British Psychological Society (BPS), a Registration Assessor for the Health and Care professionals Council, a Principal Fellow of AdvanceHE (PFHEA) and Senior Fellow of the Institute of Mental Health. She is also the Equality and Diversity Lead for the BPS Division of Health Psychology.

Expertise Summary

Aimee's research interests predominantly focus on the impact of chronic and neurological disease on subjective quality of life. During her PhD, she developed a Huntington's Disease specific QoL outcome measure (HDQoL-C) for family carers of HD patients that is being used globally both within a research setting and the clinical environment. Her expertise in scale development and psychometrics have been utilised in the development of scales for use in a dementia, multiple sclerosis, risk assessment and critical thinking.

Aimee is also an experienced academic with a passion for teaching and learning and extensive knowledge and skills in delivering professional education at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. She works in partnership with the NHS, private and independent sector, international partners and professional, statutory and regulatory bodies. She is the Deputy Head of the School of Health Sciences.

Research Students

Eleanor Wilson (Polloock / Aubeeluck)

Deborah Oliveira (Aubeeluck / Vass)

Gogem Topcu (Buchanan / Aubeeluck)

Issa Almansour - (Seymour / Aubeeluck)

Samantha Kelly - (Aubeeluck / Crawford / Hunt)

Snigdha Dutta (Michail / Wright / Aubeeluck)

Anastasios Bastounis (Callaghan / Michail / Aubeeluck)

Harriet Falk (Aubeeluck / Stacey)

Abdullah Algunmeeyn (Aubeeluck / Buchanan)

Pamletta Rickets (Seymour / Aubeeluck)

Ahlam Alharbi (Aubeeluck / Stacey)

Matthew Horrocks (Michail / Aubeeluck / Morriss)

Louisa Long (McGarry / Aubeeluck / Carter)

Marlon Bridgeman (Aubeeluck, Baker, Pringle)

Martina Skyorova (Aubeeluck, Edgely, Moffatt)

Ahlam Alharbi (Aubeeluck, Wright)

Teaching Summary

Aimee's academic ethos is to make positive differences to the student experience through high quality, reflective, compassionate and student focussed teaching, learning and innovation. During her… read more

Research Summary

Aimee is actively involved in assisting organisations in developing and evaluating new services and her current research funding includes Quality of life in Lymphoedema, Resilience based Clinical… read more

Selected Publications

Aimee's academic ethos is to make positive differences to the student experience through high quality, reflective, compassionate and student focussed teaching, learning and innovation. During her career she has held a variety of leadership roles including Course Director: Graduate Entry Nursing, Course Director: MSc CBT and Director of Admissions for the School of Health Sciences. She has been an external advisor and examiner at the University of Huddersfield, the University of Central Lancaster, the University of Derby and currently for the Health Psychology provision at Aston University. She has been awarded a variety of awards in recognition of her teaching and learning expertise, including a Vice Chancellors medal.

Current Research

Aimee is actively involved in assisting organisations in developing and evaluating new services and her current research funding includes Quality of life in Lymphoedema, Resilience based Clinical Supervision in Professional practice, the development of Patient reported outcome measures and Psychometric evaluation in dementia and other neurological diseases.

School of Health Sciences

B236, Medical School
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA

telephone: +44 (0)115 95 15559
email: mhssupport@nottingham.ac.uk