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Dr Suzanne Audrey

Suzanne is a Senior Research Fellow with the DECIPHer (Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health Improvement) UKCRC research centre of excellence, and with the Evaluation of Interventions NIHR Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU). Her research interests include health inequalities and routine physical activity (especially walking and the pedestrian environment). She is the Principal Investigator of the Travel to Work multi-centre randomised controlled trial funded by NIHR-PHR. Suzanne is a qualitative researcher with expertise in the development and implementation of process evaluation and is a co-author of the MRC Public Health Research Network guidance on process evaluation of complex public health interventions. She is a director of the SHINE (Supporting Healthy Inclusive Neighbourhood Environments) health integration team with Bristol Health Partners, and a founder member of Bristol Walking Alliance. Before becoming a full time academic, Suzanne spent 20 years as a community development worker in disadvantaged areas of Bristol and Glasgow.

Research keywords

  • Health inequalities
  • adolescent health
  • physical activity
  • active travel.