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Dr Suzanne Audrey
Dr Suzanne Audrey
Senior Research Fellow
Suzanne is a Senior Research Fellow at 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, adolescent health and physical activity. 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 within randomised controlled trials. Suzanne advises on qualitative research methods with the MRC ConDuCT (COllaboration and iNnovation in DifficUlt and complex randomised Controlled Trials) hub, and is co-author of the MRC PHRN (Public Health Research Network) guidance on process evaluation of complex public health interventions. Before becoming a full time academic, Suzanne spent 20 years as a youth and community development worker in disadvantaged areas of Bristol and Glasgow.
- Health inequalities
- adolescent health
- physical activity
- active travel.
- Audrey, S, Brown, L, Campbell, R, Boyd, A & Macleod, J, 2016, Young people's views about the purpose and composition of research ethics committees: findings from the PEARL qualitative study. BMC Medical Ethics, vol 17.
- Audrey, S, Brown, LV, Campbell, RM, Boyd, A & Macleod, JAA, 2016, Young people's views about consenting to data linkage: findings from the PEARL qualitative study. BMC Medical Research Methodology, vol 16.
- Moore, GF, Audrey, S, Barker, M, Bond, L, Bonell, C, Hardeman, W, Moore, L, O'Cathain, A, Tinati, T, Wight, D & Baird, J, 2015, Process evaluation of complex interventions: Medical Research Council guidance. BMJ, vol 350.
- Holliday, J, Audrey, S, Campbell, R & Moore, L, 2015, Identifying well-connected opinion leaders for informal health promotion: The example of the ASSIST smoking prevention program. Health Communication., pp. 1-8
- Audrey, S & Procter, S, 2015, Employers' views of promoting walking to work: a qualitative study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, vol 12.
- Audrey, S, Cooper, AR, Hollingworth, W, Metcalfe, C, Procter, S, Davis, A, Campbell, RM, Gillison, FB & Rodgers, SE, 2015, Study protocol: the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of an employer-led intervention to increase walking during the daily commute: the Travel to Work randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health, vol 15.
- Audrey, S & Batista-Ferrer, H, 2015, Healthy urban environments for children and young people: A systematic review of intervention studies. Health & Place, vol 36., pp. 97-117
- Ferrer, HB, Audrey, S, Trotter, C & Hickman, M, 2015, An appraisal of theoretical approaches to examining behaviours in relation to Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination of young women. Preventive Medicine, vol 81., pp. 122?131
- Ferrer, HB, Trotter, C, Hickman, M & Audrey, S, 2015, Barriers and facilitators to uptake of the school-based HPV vaccination programme in an ethnically diverse group of young women. Journal of Public Health.
- Audrey, S, Procter, S & Cooper, AR, 2014, The contribution of walking to work to adult physical activity levels: a cross sectional study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, vol 11.
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