PhD Candidate, Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University
Aleksandra Gawor is a PhD candidate at Loughborough University in the school of sports, exercises and health sciences. Her research focuses on exploring the trends, patterns, and potential non-pharmacological interventions to reduce alcohol abuse in students.
The benefits of exercise were a key factor studied. She also looked at the attitudinal and structural barriers that students face when seeking help for mental health problems.
Aleksandra also works as a clinical project manager in London.
Oct 31, 2021 23:32 pm UTC| Health
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