Lisa is a social and public health scientist with over 20 years’ research and teaching experience.
She has designed and delivered modules at levels 3 to 8, and has taught on public health and health and social care programmes, as well as core academic, research and learning skills.
Her research experience and interests are in the health and wellbeing of children, young people and families, and she has particular interests in service dis/engagement, the implementation and evaluation and of public health interventions, risk in health and social care and child protection in health service settings.
In the past, she has worked at the Institute of Child Health (UCL), Institute of Education, City University (London) and the University of Bristol.
Lisa has been teaching since 2004 and has taught on a variety of public health and health and social care programmes. She especially enjoys teaching research methods and academic/learning skills.
Lisa's research interests lie in the health and wellbeing of children, young people and families; service dis/engagement; the implementation and evaluation of public health interventions; risk in health and social care; child protection in health service settings; methodological interventions; children's experience of domestic violence and abuse; and teenage pregnancy and motherhood.
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Lisa is currently working on outputs from the VOICES study (University of Bristol).