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Jennie Lister
PhD Student

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Biography

Jennie is a full time PhD student working in the Public Health and Society Research Group. Her project focuses on working with the Better Start Bradford Innovation Hub to investigate patterns of uptake of early life interventions.

Prior to this, Jennie worked in MHARG as a Research Fellow on EMERALD; a mixed-methods study aiming to understand risk factors for diabetes and the experience of diabetes healthcare for people with severe mental illness (SMI), and as a Trial Support Officer on DAWN-SMI, a questionnaire survey investigating the psychosocial impact of diabetes and diabetes care provision for people with SMI.

Before returning to study, Jennie worked for a number of years in marketing and administration.

Qualifications

  • MSc Applied Health Research 2017
  • BSc (Hons) Psychology 2016

Research

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Jennie’s research interests include (but are not limited to): health inequalities, mental health, mixed-methods studies, early years and child development, and statistical methodology.

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Jennie Lister
PhD Student
Health Sciences