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Dr Emma Halliday

Senior Research Fellow

Emma Halliday

Furness Building



Tel: +44 1524 592980

Research Interests

Emma Halliday is a social scientist and historian based in the Division's Centre for Health Inequalities Research. Since joining Lancaster, she has led and collaborated on a number of public health evaluations including:

Her current research interests include place based stigma, an issue arguably under-acknowledged within public health research and practice.

Emma is also a public involvement advisor for the R&D North West Service.

She has doctorate in history, which looked at the hospitalisation of mental health care in late 19th century Scotland and recently completed a project using census records and hospital archives to investigate the career trajectories of female mental health nurses in the early 20th century.






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