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Dr Emma Halliday

Senior Research Fellow

Faculty Of Health And Medicine

LA14YX

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 592980

Research Interests

Emma Halliday is a researcher based in the Division's Centre for Health Inequalities Research. Currently she is working on the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR) and ARC North West Coast programmes, and is a public involvement adviser for the North West Research Design Service.  Her research mainly focuses on the evaluation of place based initiatives (e.g. area regeneration), place-based stigma and community empowerment.  

She has worked on several major evaluations including:

 

Emma is also inspired by creative approaches to engagement, using creative writing interests to develop innovative ways of communicating public health research messages.  In collaboration with Lancaster University’s graphic novel and comic network in 2018, she was involved in projects using art and comics as a method of communicating lay narratives of health inequalities.  One project went on to win a North West Coast Innovation Award

https://communitiesincontrol.uk/graphics/

https://neighbourhoodresilience.uk/art/

 

In 2019, her poem (The MOT) about women's experiences of cervical screening was selected for inclusion in the 2019 Hippocrates Poetry Prize Anthology.

 

 

 

 

 

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