Hannah is a PhD student in the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation (CHEME). The three year PhD studentship will explore the health and wellbeing consequences of experiencing adverse childhood events and interventions that aim to reduce the long and short term impacts that they may have. The PhD is being supervised by Professor Mark Bellis, Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards and Dr Helen Lowey.
Hannah graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2010 with a BA (Hons) degree in Sociology and went on to study Public Health at Masters level, achieving a distinction. Alongside this, she worked within a health promotion service in Nottingham and volunteered at the Nottingham Women’s Centre for a number of years. Hannah joined the violence and nightlife research team in the Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores university in March 2015 where she was able to take part in a number of projects with local, national and international partners. In the future, Hannah would like to continue working in a research role and is particularly interested in the determinants of health and health inequalities.