Dr Hannah E Family

PhD, MSc, BSc

  • BS8 2BN

20132020

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Personal profile

Research interests

I am a Chartered Psychologist with 11 years experience working in healthcare research settings in the UK.

I am currently working in perinatal mental health evaluating community services to support women who are experiencing severe mental health issues during and/or after giving birth.

My work spans the fields of health psychology and human factors research and I aim to support the development of or enhance evidence based practice in my work. My research interests include: preventative health, community based interventions, intervention design and behaviour change theory, patient safety, mental workload, cognition in the workplace, pharmacy practice. Within this, my work tends to focus on the experiences of staff, patients and the public and I often work with mental health, addiction and pharmacy services in my work. 

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Research Output

  • 15 Article (Academic Journal)

Sexual health services in community pharmacy for women on opioid substitution treatment: a qualitative study

Medina-Perucha, L., Scott, J., Chapman, S., Barnett, J., Dack, C. & Family, H. E., 8 May 2020, In : European Journal of Public Health. ckaa073.

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  • (Un)spoken realities of living with axial spondyloarthritis: a qualitative study focused on couple experiences

    Raybone, K., Family, H., Sengupta, R. & Jordan, A., 3 Jul 2019, In : BMJ Open. 9, 8 p., e025261.

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    A qualitative study on intersectional stigma and sexual health among women on opioid substitution treatment in England: Implications for research, policy and practice

    Medina-Perucha, L., Scott, J., Chapman, S., Barnett, J., Dack, C. & Family, H. E., 17 Jan 2019, In : Social Science and Medicine. 222, p. 315-322 8 p.

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