Dr Kate Reid
- Lecturer in Psychology (People, Place & Social Change)
- Lecturer (School of Psychology Administration)
- Associate (Institute of Health & Wellbeing)
I am a Lecturer and Health Psychologist appointed in both the School of Education (People, Place and Social Change Research Group) and School of Psychology. I am a pluralist researcher but my starting point involves using a variety of qualitative techniques and recent innovations in the field such as photo-elicitation, to uncover and document the complex narratives associated with lived experiences. I am also researching in the field of open science in terms of its implications for research and teaching in qualitative methods. My interest in lived experiences range from adjusting to chronic illness, resilience in later life, lifelong learning and wellbeing, and post-graduate adjustment to studying abroad.
IKEA ESRC Festival of Social Science (2017) - Laser Cut Local Authority Jigsaw Fun (Reid and Lido, IAA Award, 2017). Picture Credit (@UniversityofGlasgow)
Key areas of research interest
Health Psychology, social justice topics, food insecurity, dignity in food access, open science, big data, narrative medicine, learning and health, counselling skills, chronic pain, documenting illness, qualitative methodology, Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA), the psychology of ageing, promoting wellbeing in later life, public engagement, visual arts and design, photo-elicitation.
Knowledge Exchange, Public Engagement and Impact.
I regularly present and engage with a wide variety of non academic audiences through public engagement and knowledge exchange. Recently I have participated at the ESRC Festival of Social Science in IKEA (2017), Glasgow Science Festival, and MOSS Fest (Middle of Scotland Science Festival) as organising knowledge exchange events such as the recent 'Healthy Ageing in Place' sold out conference (in partnership with our third sector partners) and older persons afternoon tea (Reid and Lido, 2019) - more is planned with the assistance of recent funding from The Glasgow KE Flexible Fund (Lido & Reid, 2019/20).
Data collection with older adults for Eat Well Age Well & Food Train research study (Reid and Lido, 2019 - Commissioned Research) Picture Credit @KateReidGlasgow
ASSIST GLOBAL: Groundwork and preparation for a research study to adapt, develop and test the implementation effectiveness of ‘A Stop Smoking In Schools Trial’ (ASSIST) in low and middle income settings”. This project is funded by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), grant reference SFC/AN/10/2018. Click Here for Kate's Infographic
Assessing older adults’ nutritional and wellbeing outcomes associated with ageing in place with supported food accessibility: A mixed-methods, Biopsychosocial analysis (February, 2019-2020). In partnership with Eat Well Age Well and Food Train and funded through Community Lottery Fund. PI (KR) and Co-I Catherine Lido. DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/D8EAU Click Here for Kate's Infographic
Eat Well Age Well Partnership Project Impact & Community Outreach. Funded through the Glasgow KE Flexible Fund 2019/20, Lido, C (P-I), Reid, K (Co-I). See Visual Minutes from our Recent Healthy Ageing Conference!
British Psychological Society - Research seminar competition for expert hearings on qualitative methods and open science, 2019/20, Branney, P, Gwyther, H, Reid, K.
Representing literacies in times of precarity using Glasgow ‘Big Data’ (UBDC partnership): Turning research data into interactive and engaging social objects for the public (with MakLab). ESRC Impact Acceleration Account, December 2016. PI (KR) and Co-I Catherine Lido. Click Here for Kate's Infographic 1, and 2 See the University of Glasgow ESRC Festival of Social Science VIDEO which features our participation at the 2017 IKEA in store event & my Blog post on Urban Big Data Centre Webpage)
Towards maximising international PhD students' experience in the UK. ESRC Impact Accelation Account, December 2016: Co-I with Dely Elliot (PI), Muir Houston and Kara McKara: Summary Article written for UK Council for Graduate Education
A phenomenological exploration of the role, function and meaning of young adults volunteering. Carnegie Undergraduate Vacation Scholarship award for 2016. Maxine Swingler, Kate Reid and David Johnston.
Academic acculturation through international education: The British Higher Education (HE) experience. University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Seedcorn Fund. Funded November 2013 for 6 months. Co-authored with Dr Dely Elliot.
Qualitative data sets; ethical, practical and pedagogical issues for psychologists. The British Psychological Society (BPS): Psychology Education Board. Funded January 2014 for 6 months. Co-authored with colleagues from Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (BPS Committee) of the BPS. Click Here for Kate's Infographic
I am interested in supervising on themes that combine perspectives on psychology as it related to issues of learning, health, resilience, adaptation. I am also keen to work with students who are interested in applying qualitative or mixed methodology in their studies. I also organise community events for our PGR students - such as 'walkabout' tours (see poster below!)
Current PhD students
Wenhao Wang - International students' sports participation, acculturation and wellbeing w- Co-Supervision with Dely Elliot (School of Education)
Linda Murdoch 'Institutional Responses to the 'Vulnerable Student' in Higher Education through the Lens of the Careers Service' - Co-supervision with Professor Susan Deeley
Previous PGR Students
Jaime Earnest 2015, Lord Kelvin/Adam Smith PhD Scholarship at University of Glasgow: Title: Incorporating public responses to health communication into epidemiological models
Jonathan Cavana, 2015 MPhil Title: Conceptualisation, design and development of a primary school based child healthy weight intervention.
I currently supervise a range of students including L4 Maxi, MSc
Organising PGR 'walkabout tours' to connect international students to the people and places of Glasgow and beyond - Funding through New Initiatives Grant (2017)
Academic and professional body membership
Chartered Health Psychologist and Associate Fellow of The British Psychological Society (promoted status in 2014)
Elected Ordinary Member of Division of Health Psychology: Scottish Branch (2017-19)
Fellow of Higher Education Academy
Affiliate Member of The British Pain Society
Associate Member of Association for Learning Technology.
Member of Stakeholder group for EatWellAgeWell
Member of PASCAL International Observatory