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Emma Johnson joined the Centre for Academic Primary Care in September 2014. With a background in health psychology and qualitative methodologies she is currently working on the EOS study (Experiences of survivors of domestic violence and abuse: Hearing women’s voices). This NIHR funded study aims to explore the health and well-being impacts of domestic violence on women survivors. Findings will be used to develop an on-line information resource about women’s experiences, as part of the healthtalk.org website.
Her research interests focus on chronic illness, help seeking, lived experience and interpretative phenomenological analysis.
Perceptions of peer support for victim-survivors of sexual violence and abuse: an exploratory study with key stakeholdersGregory, A., Johnson, E., Feder, G., Campbell, J., Konya, J. & Perôt, C., 15 Apr 2021, In: Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 30 p.
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Johnson, E., Gregory, A., Brown, E., Feder, G. & Campbell, J., 12 Jun 2020, In: Journal of Mental Health. 13 p.
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Sharing reports about domestic violence and abuse with general practitioners: a qualitative interview studyPitt, K. S., Dheensa, S., Feder, G. S., Johnson, E. C., Man, M-S., Roy, J., Williamson, E. & Szilassy, E., 23 Jun 2020, In: BMC Family Practice. 21, 10 p., 117 (2020).
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