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I have recently joined PenCRU, a childhood disability research unit within PenCLAHRC, as a Graduate Research Assistant. I am primarily working on the Healthy Parent Carers programme, which is a feasibility study of a peer-led group-based health promotion intervention for parent carers of disabled children.
Prior to this, I was working as a frontline practitioner with children and families experiencing domestic abuse, and as a training coordinator for a suicide prevention charity. I have completed a Masters of Research in Politics and worked on a number of social research projects, including adapting and testing a home visiting programme for young parents. My research interests are largely based around interventions that aim to improve emotional health and wellbeing.
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University of Exeter
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Children & Families
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