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Dr. Julie Brose is a qualitative applied health researcher at Bristol Medical School and NIHR ARC West. She is currently a senior research associate on the ICON project, evaluating the effectiveness of an intervention to reduce the incidence of abusive head trauma in infants across England. Julie is also a senior research associate on a UK-wide health-promoting pack inserts and dissuasive cigarettes study, in collaboration with the University of Stirling. She is on the Behavioural and Qualitative Sciences team at ARC West.

Julie's research interests include qualitative research in health and social care settings, health promotion, public health, palliative care, advanced cancer, neurodegenerative disorders, adapting to functional decline, and working with vulnerable populations. She is passionate about knowledge translation and the intersection between research and clinical practice. Julie's goal is to improve the quality of life for all people through research, education, and research-informed clinical practice.

Julie completed her PhD at the Research Centre for Palliative Care, Death and Dying at Flinders University and was the recipient of the Vice Chancellors Award for Doctoral Thesis Excellence. Her research was a prospective, longitudinal study with working-aged adults living with advanced cancer, looking at the lived experience of everyday life and the process of adaptation amid functional decline. She is currently the co-chair of the international and interdisciplinary European Association of Palliative Care (EAPC) Taskforce on Rehabilitation in Palliative Care.

Julie has over 20 years of clinical experience in hospital, outpatient, hospice, home and community settings in Australia, Canada, and China.

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