I completed a PhD in 2010 in childhood unintentional injury. I then worked as a research fellow at the University of Nottingham on the 'Keeping Children Safe at Home' research study.
The Keeping Children Safe at Home study was a multi-centre collaboration between Nottingham, Leicester, Newcastle Bristol and Norwich funded by a programme grant from the National Institute for Health Research.
In 2014 I was appointed to my current post of research fellow, in the Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology. I am currently working on an MRC funded feasibility study of an interactive, educational programme to facilitate Proactive Assessment of Obesity Risk during Infancy (ProAsk).
Qualitative research, health research, health inequalities, obesity, childhood unintentional injury.
Tutor at the University of Nottingham MA Research Methods: Qualitative Research Methods.
Tutor at the University of Nottingham Undergraduate modules: Social Policy and Qualitative Research… read more