- Development of health interventions to reduce health inequalities
- Promotion of health and well-being through prevention and early intervention
- Understanding the application of variant forms of health epistemology and their effect upon health behaviour
- Critical health psychology and applied social psychology
I have a PhD Studentship with the Department of Health (DoH) Policy Research Unit: Cancer Awareness, Screening and Early Diagnosis.
This research will investigate, develop and implement health interventions to reduce health inequalities in cervical cancer and to
tackle barriers to participation in cervical screening.
Present - DoH Policy Research Unit PhD Student, Health Behaviour
Research Centre, UCL.
2011 - Research Worker, Promoting Early Presentation Group, King's
2010 - 2011 Research Fellow, Centre for Applications of Health Psychology,
University of Southampton
2007 - Research Assistant, The Hinshaw Lab, University of California,
2009 - MSc Health, Community & Development, Institute of Social
2008 - BSc Psychology, University of Stirling
Committee Member of BPS Community Psychology Section.
Anthierens S, Tonkin-Crine S, Douglas E, Fernandez-Vandellos P, Krawczyk J, Llor C, Cals J, Francis N, Yardley L, Coenen S, Verheij T, Goossens H, Little P. Developing a complex web-based primary care intervention for use in multiple European countries: exploring the views of GPs. (submitted).
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