Dr Hannah E Family

PhD, MSc, BSc

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Hannah is a Chartered Psychologist and conducts applied social science research drawing upon social and psychological theory from behavioural sciences and human factors. She has a particular interest and background in research in drug treatment services, medicines prescribing, medicines use and medicines adherence and perinatal mental health services.

Hannah is an experienced mixed methods researcher utilising both qualitative and quantitative methods to address research questions.  

Hannah joined the University of Bristol in 2019 as a Research Fellow working in the Centre for Academic Mental Health, and then moved to the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Behavioural Science and Evaluation (HPRU BSE)  in 2022, and is currently working with NIHR ARC West. Prior to this she worked as a Lecturer in Health Psychology for Pharmacy Practice, and Research Fellow in the Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology at the University of Bath where she completed her PhD, and undertook a pre-doctoral Research Assistant post. Her career at Bath spanned 2008 – 2019.  

Her PhD thesis was a mixed methods study exploring the effects of mental workload on the safety of the final accuracy check carried out in community pharmacies.

She has received funding as a PI from the Medical Research Council, Pharmacy Research UK and local CCGs.


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