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Louise Boyle PhD

Louise Boyle, PhD, lecturer at Glasgow university and is an active researcher in the field of Human Geography. Her ESRC-funded project entitled “Running into the SAnD: a social and anticipatory geography of Social Anxiety Disorder (SAnD) in on- and offline worlds” looks at how individuals use everyday spaces and how they are impacted by those spaces.

Louise is particularly interested in the geographies of health and illness, particularly lived experiences of mental ill-health and wellbeing. She believes strongly that higher level learning should be accessible to everyone and that the design of learning spaces, formal or social, should consider how the individuals within the space will be impacted by design choices. She writes about and from lived experience and is particularly interested in the topic of social anxiety and mental health.

Read Louise’s research about the Social and Anticipatory Geographies of Social Anxiety online here:

 

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