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I joined PenCRU, a childhood disability research unit within PenCLAHRC, in February 2017 as a Postdoctoral Research Associate. All of the research conducted at PenCRU is done in collaboration with a Family Faculty, which is involved at every stage. I am currently working on writing plain language evidence summaries in response to questions submitted by parents of children with disabilities and practitioners who work with them. I am also working on the development and evaluation of an intervention to improve the health and wellbeing of parent carers of children with disabilities.
Prior to this my work has been focused on the evaluation of interventions for reducing emotional and behavioural problems in children. I specialise in trials and systematic reviews of interventions. I also have experience working with children in residential treatment settings and as a family counsellor.
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University of Exeter
Areas of expertise
The effectiveness of Chance UK's mentoring programme in improving behavioural and emotional outcomes in primary school children with behavioural difficulties: study protocol for a randomised controlled trialVariation in referral and access to new psychological therapy services by age: an empirical quantitative studyThe effectiveness of the Inspiring Futures parenting programme in improving behavioural and emotional outcomes in primary school children with behavioural or emotional difficulties: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
04 December 2018
A support programme to help parents of disabled children stay
healthy in mind and body...
29 November 2018
As a partnership of NHS Trusts across Devon, Cornwall and Somerset,
plus the Universities of...
23 November 2018
PenCLAHRCs Patient Public Involvement (PPI) team got a visit
from Norway, who were interested in learning...
Theme: Evidence for Policy and Practice
The research involves a review of the international evidence on how
to promote the school...
Theme: Mental Health & Dementia
The Dementia – PACT (D-PACT) programme is a five-year project,
funded by a National Institute...