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Dr Annabelle Edwards

Stakeholder Research and Engagement Manager (COREN), Senior Research Associate

Annabelle Edwards

Faculty Of Health And Medicine



Research overview

In my role as Community Research and Engagement Network (COREN) Manager for the ARC-NWC I am responsible for developing productive relationships between members of the public, academics, and partner organisations, in order to facilitate collaborative research that responds to need and can help to improve population health. 

Prior to this role I held a number of research positions across the Faculty of Health and Medicine at Lancaster and contributed to the development of publications. 


By training I am a cultural and health geographer, and I am particularly interested in post-phenomenology, feminism, 'therapeutic landscapes' and critiquing the wellbeing agenda. 


Thesis awarded (April 2020): 'A post-phenomenological study of 'therapeutic landscape' experiences'

Career Details

Research positions at Lancaster


September - December 

Senior Research Associate - Health Research ARC-NWC 

June - September

Research Associate - Health Research 

January - March 

Research Associate - Medical School



Previous teaching experience: 


SOCL 101 – Sociological Imagination – 2018-2019

Human Geography:

LEC 115 – Geographical Skills – 2015-201C

LEC 115 – Geographical Skills: Manchester field trip  2016, 2017, 2018                                    

LEC 210A – Qualitative Methods in Human Geography 2015-2019                                              

LEC 327 - Geographies of Health – 2015-2017                                                                   

LEC 326 – Cities and Globalisation – 2018-2020

Research Grants


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