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Dr Anna Pease

Dr Anna Pease

Dr Anna Pease

CVI Project Lead and Senior Research Associate
Senior Research Associate

Area of research

Oto Acoustic Signals Investigation Study (OASIS) and The CVI Project

Office OH BF1
Oakfield House,
Oakfield Grove, Clifton BS8 2BN
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 33 13310

Research summary

I have recently completed my PhD at the University of Bristol, which investigated the decision-making processes of mothers with young babies from deprived backgrounds, in relation to the risk factors for SIDS. I am now working on two new projects: the OASIS Study and the CVI Project.

OASIS

The Oto Acoustic Signals Investigation Study (OASIS) is an innovative new study which could lead to identifying babies and young children at risk of sudden, unexpected deaths, by examining data from the newborn hearing screen.

If the results of this initial study prove conclusive, this could have potentially ground-breaking implications for the ...

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Biography

I am originally from the North East of England, but grew up in Scotland. I have an MA in Applied Psychology and an MSc in Health Psychology. I have previously worked in New Zealand on national strategies to reduce the incidence of unexpected infant deaths, particularly in Maori communities. I have also worked in Southampton developing the Healthy Conversation Skills training (RCT) to asses the effectiveness of brief motivational interventions on mothers diet and physical activity. I am currently a PhD Student at the University of Bristol investigating the decision-making processes of mothers with young babies from deprived backgrounds, in ...

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Recent publications

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