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I am a 2nd year PhD student within the Centre for Rehabilitation and School of Life Sciences supervised by Professor Leah Avery, Dr Alison Innerd, Dr Kate Hallsworth, and Dr Stuart McPherson.

My PhD is currently focussing on evaluating and optimising a digital lifestyle behaviour change intervention for the management of patient's non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in routine clinical care. I am also currently undertaking a systematic review titled "A systematic review to determine the effectiveness of digital behaviour change interventions for improving liver disease outcomes" (PROSPERO ID: CRD42023406827).

Prior to this, I joined the School of Health and Life Sciences as a Research Associate in May 2022 on the project titled "Co-production of an evidence-based framework and related guidance for practitioners on personalised risk management and safety planning for adults experiencing suicidality".

I have a particular interest in behaviour change interventions, health promotion and co-production techniques in the context of health psychology and public health. 



MSc Health Psychology, Northumbria University (2021-2022)

BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Liverpool (2018-2021)


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