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Dr Emma Halliday

Senior Research Fellow

Emma Halliday

Furness Building

LA1 4YG

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 592980

Research Interests

Emma  is a Senior Research Fellow working on a programme of research funded by the NIHR School for Public Health Research.  Current projects include:

  • The Communities in Control Study - An evaluation of the health impact of the place based  initiative - Big Local - being rolled out in 150 areas in England
  • Evaluating the health inequalities impact of reducing the cost of Local Authority Leisure Facilities - funded by the NIHR SPHR Public Health Evaluation Practice Scheme

Between 2010-2013, Emma worked on a research programme evaluating the health impact of one of England's largest area based initiatives - New Deal for Communities.

Prior to joining Lancaster University, Emma gained a doctorate in history in 2003 and worked in mental health research roles within the public and not for profit sectors.  

 

 

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