Opportunities exist for talented and aspiring postgraduate students to work with the leaders of the QUT Improving Health Outcomes for People research group. Our team has established a dynamic program of research in cancer prevention, early detection and survivorship that includes several postgraduate (PhD and Masters) students, post-doctoral fellows, as well as early and mid-career Research Fellows. Opportunities also exist for building links with national and international researchers who are involved in similar research.
Please feel free to contact the QUT Improving Health Outcomes for People research group (via the contact page) to discuss ways in which you may develop a suitably scoped higher research degree project that may be integrated into our research areas. You can view the START Database for current projects seeking students.
Below are a number of previous students thesis topics.
Masters by Research
- Screening for melanoma: Patient acceptance of patient-initiated and performed mobile teledermoscopy
- Sunscreen application thickness amongst primary school children : the children and sunscreen study
- Determinants of skin self-examination (SSE) in men aged 50 years or older
- An exercise intervention for women undergoing chemotherapy for ovarian cancer : feasibility and preliminary outcomes
- Physical activity among breast cancer survivors.
- Secondary lymphoedema following cancer: Association with exercise barriers self-efficacy, and benefits of resistance and aerobic-based exercise.
- Patient perspectives of the impact and long-term management of lymphoedema
- The contribution of psychosocial factors to socioeconomic differences in food purchasing
- Application of an appearance-based intervention to improve sun protection outcomes of outdoor workers in Queensland, Australia
- The evidence-based development of an intervention to address the information needs of adults newly diagnosed with primary brain tumours and their carers