I sometimes get involved in other research projects. Most recently and most notably I have been involved in projects looking at older people's use of digital technology including working on the multi-national interdisciplinary project, Technology in Later Life (TiLL). I have written about the need for older people to be more involved in technology design and how we should take a more people-centred socio-technical perspective to understanding how technology might enable or hinder older people's lives. I have also been involved in a project mapping Behaviour Change across the University as part of the HEAT@UWE programme (funded by EPSRC). I have also recently been involved with the Suburban Neighbourhoods Adaptation to Climate Change (SNACC) research project (funded by the EPSRC). In my previous employment, at Warsash Maritime Centre (part of Southampton Institute) I have carried out research applying social psychology to merchant seafaring operations, including a longitudinal study of recruitment, selection and retention of merchant seafarers and an in-depth account of simulation as a method of training for seafarers, specifically around changing behaviour during escalating emergencies. At Bournemouth University, I have also carried out work addressing professional’s attitudes towards mental health in primary care and prison settings (Musselwhite and Freshwater, 2006) including devising and running mental health awareness training for prison staff, involving a project using reflective learning to change prison staff attitudes and behaviour with respect to mental health (Musselwhite et al., 2005), where I was also involved in devising an award winning training video. I have also carried out research into collaborations and partnerships between organisations and higher education in the new knowledge exchange era (Musselwhite and Vincent, 2005)
Musselwhite, C.B.A. and Marston. H. (2016).Technology in Later Life (TILL): An International collaborative project Introduction and Reflections British Society of Gerontology 45th Annual Conference, Stirling University, Scotland, UK. 7 July.
Cohen, R., Hunt, J. and Musselwhite, C.B.A. (2015). Fandom in Prog and Punk Music through the lifecourse Popular Music fandom and the Public Sphere: A one day symposium, University of Chester, 10 April.
Musselwhite, C.B.A. and Vincent, C. (2006). Partnerships and Collaborations in Practice. Presented at 11th International Conference for the Centre for Educational Development, Appraisal and Research, University of Warwick, Warwick, UK. 13th-14th March 2006.
Vincent, C. and Musselwhite, C.B.A. (2005). The academic centre in practice – Evaluation. Poster Presented at the Sharing Best Practice Conference, Kingston Maurwood College, Dorchester, UK, June 8th 2005.
Vincent, C. and Musselwhite, C.B.A. (2005). The academic centre in practice – three years in. An evaluation of a collaborative venture between higher education and health trusts. Presented at the Nurse Education in Practice Conference, Salford University, Salford, UK, June 15th 2005.
Vincent, C. and Musselwhite, C.B.A. (2005). Working together in harmony. The Practice Theory Gap and The Academic Centre in Practice. Presented at Clinical Governance Conference, Dorchester, 12th October 2005.
Musselwhite, C.B.A. (2004). Qualitative Training Needs Analysis in Prison Healthcare. Presented at 5th Qualitative Research Conference, Bournemouth University, UK, 6th - 7th September 2004.
Musselwhite, C. B. A. (2004). Mental Health Awareness Training for Prison Officers: Developing a Mental Health Liaison Officer Role. Presented at the NACRO Conference, Nottingham University, UK, 13-14th September 2004.
Musselwhite, C.B.A., Maclean, L. and Walsh, L. (2004). Mental Health Awareness for Prison Staff: A Case study at HMP High Down. Presented at the Sharing Good Practice in Prison Health Conference, Royal York Hotel, York, UK, 25th-26th May, 2004.
Taylor J, Allen H, Hayden A, Baker R, Musslewhite C, Freshwater D and Thompson P (2004). Qualitative evaluation of a programme designed to improve self-efficacy in RA patients using an action research framework. Poster The British Society for Rheumatology Annual Meeting 20-23 April & British Health Professionals in Rheumatology Spring Meeting 21-23 April 2004.
Walsh, L. and Musselwhite, C.B.A. (2004). Mental Health Awareness Training for Prison Officers. Presented at the Mental Health Services at the Interface of Mental Disorder, Addiction and Crime Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 6-9 June 2004.