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My role within the University of Exeter Child Health Group is largely focused on the service design and process evaluation aspects of a large NIHR funded trial, led by the University of York – Enhancing Social-Emotional health and wellbeing in the Early years (E-SEE): A community-based randomised controlled trial (and economic) evaluation of the Incredible Years Infant and Toddler (0-2 years) parenting programmes.
I am also involved in PenCLAHRC projects in a variety of health services areas, including Effective mechanisms for social prescribing – a realist review of social prescribing initiatives (view the published protocol here), and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy to prevent relapse in young people (MBCT-YP).
Contact by phone
01752 764403 or 07790 922425
University of Exeter
Areas of expertise
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plus the Universities of...
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