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Dr Emma Halliday

Senior Research Fellow

Faculty Of Health And Medicine



Tel: +44 1524 592980

Research Interests

Dr Emma Halliday is a senior research fellow in DHR with over 15 years' experience of undertaking applied public health research.  Her research primarily focuses on health inequalities, and the evaluation of public health interventions and programmes including place based programmes (e.g. area regeneration) and community initiatives.  Prior to joining Lancaster in 2010, she worked in roles in policy evaluation and mental health research in Scotland

She is currently leading or collaborating on research as part of the following programmes and projects:

Applied Research Collaboration North West Coast (Equitable Place Based Health and Care Theme)  

NIHR School for Public Health Research - a partnership between eight leading academic centres with excellence in applied public health research and evaluation 

Communities in Control study - an NIHR evaluation of the Lottery funded Big Local programme in England




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