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I am a mixed-method health services researcher specialising in the development and evaluation of complex interventions. I conduct co-produced collaborative research on the primary care’s response to domestic violence and abuse. 

I am PI for the NIHR PGfAR funded IRIS+ Study (part of the REPROVIDE programme) working on the development and testing of an integrated domestic violence and abuse training intervention for general practice. I am qualitative lead on the MRC/UKRI funded PRECODE (PRimary care rEsponse to domestic violence and abuse in the COvid-19 panDEmic) Study. I am also part of a collaborative project funded by MRC on determining the associations between experience of intimate partner violence and abuse in young adulthood and health. 

I am based at the Centre for Academic Primary Care at the Bristol Medical School and I am a member of the Domestic Violence and Abuse Health Researchers Group.


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