I am a University Instructor in the Psychology department based at Canterbury Christ Church University, I have been in this post since October 2015.
I am also a part-time PhD student. My thesis is on E-Interventions to help university students reduce their alcohol consumption. My Primary Supervisor is Dr Kate Gee.
I have recently had a meta-analysis published in the Journal of American College Health.
Research and knowledge exchange
I currently about to start recruitment for the next stage of my thesis.
Teaching and subject expertise
As part of my job role, I lead workshops across different modules.
The current modules I am working on are:
Research methods in Psychology (Year 1)
Research methods in Psychology (Year 2)
Classic Studies and Practicals in Psychology (Year 1)
I am also a graduate member of the British Psychological Society (BPS)
I will be giving an oral presentation about my meta-analysis at the ESRII conference 2018 in Dublin, Ireland (19th-20th April).
I will also be presenting the meta-analysis at the CCCU PGRA conference 2018 in a panel.
Publications and research outputs
Tom Prosser, Kate Ann Gee & Fergal Jones (2018): A meta-analysis of effectiveness of E-interventions to reduce alcohol consumption in college and university students., Journal of American College Health, DOI: 10.1080/07448481.2018.1440579