Faculty Profiles

Dr Bushra Bibi

Designation : Assistant Professor
Specialization : Health Psychology

Email : bushra.bibi@uog.edu.pk


Office Exten : 205

Dr Bushra Bibi joined the Department of Psychology as an Assistant Professor in February 2018. She completed both her MS.Clinical Psychological Research degree and PhD at Keele University, United Kingdom. Her PhD was supervised by Dr Emee Estacio, Prof. Clare Holdsworth and examined by Prof. Sue Read, Prof. Rebecca Lawthom During her PhD she worked as a Teaching Assistant in the School of Psychology Keele University UK. She also worked as HealthCare Assistant in Royal Stoke Hospital Stoke on Trent, UK while she was also a volunteer worker with Growthpoint (NHS based horticulture form for People with mental health issues) and with Diabetes UK to raise awareness regarding diabetes in people who have potential risk to develop this condition. During her stay in the UK, she has the opportunity to attend various national and international conferences, seminars and training workshops. After moving back to Pakistan she joined the University of Gujrat in 2018. She was also awarded a research grant by HEC. She worked as a Principle investigator in a funded project awarded by Higher Education Commission Pakistan: under Start-up Research Grant Program (Reference No: 21-2044/SRGP/R&D/HEC/2018). “Health Literacy: an empowerment strategy to reduce the risks of disease burden in Pakistan”. 2018. She had various publications and conferences papers on her credit after joining the University of Gujrat. She is also supervising PhD, M.Phil and Masters/BS students in the Department of Psychology, University of Gujrat.

  • As a health and community psychologist, my research interests are broadly around health promotion, inclusion, justice and equality. My main areas of interest are community-based and participant-led health promotion, understanding the psychological aspects of chronic physical illnesses and the health promotion of vulnerable or marginalised groups in the society. I’m experienced in mixed methods research. I am experienced in qualitative and quantitative data analysis, interviews, focus groups, community arts and photovoice as well as survey and experimental methods. I’m particularly interested in innovative and creative qualitative research methods, including document and video analysis, community arts, world café, future workshops and photovoice. I welcome contact from potential PhD and M.Phil/Masters students interested in health, wellbeing and inclusion across the life-course and psychological aspects of living with chronic conditions.

  • PhD, Other
  • MS, Other
  • MSc,Fatima Jinnah Women University
  • Member of Keele Action Research network, Keele University, UK.   Member
  • Health Literacy Group UK, UK   Member
  • Volunteer member with Diabetes UK organisation, UK. 3.   Member
  • Department Research Review Committee   Member
  • Coordinator Hayatian Psychological Society, UOG.
  • Research
  • Teaching