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Dr Harriet Hunt’s research focuses on complex interventions with a particular interest in how evidence is used in the real world.
Dr Hunt works on the Nature on Prescription project within the European Centre for the Environment and Human Health, developing and evaluating a handbook for nature-based interventions co-created with partner organisations including the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust.
She has a background in epidemiology and public health, specifically around the evaluation of medical tests. Dr Hunt is interested in how we understand dynamic and incomplete information, communicate complex data for public consumption, and present information clearly and with integrity for different audiences.
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University of Exeter
Areas of expertise
Medical test evaluation; diagnostic appraisal; complex interventions; evidence synthesis
COVID-NURSE, a clinical trial of a complex behavioural intervention involving nursing care for patients infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus with Professor Dave Richards at the Academy of Nursing.
17 December 2020
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increased during lockdown periods, while exercise...
10 December 2020
A team of researchers from across the University of Exeter Medical
School, Royal Devon &...
01 December 2020
Professor of Health Service Research, Adrian Taylor, discusses
motivation, exercise schemes, and the future impact on...
Theme: ARC - Methods for Research & Improvement
The PSMA Programme is a pilot programme which supports analytical
staff working in policing to...
Theme: ARC - Public Health
A research project to investigate how to ensure the delivery of
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