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Imogen has an Undergraduate degree in Psychology with a Professional Placement from Cardiff University. Within this placement year she worked under a team of Clinical Psychologists across three specialities: Adult Community Mental Health Services, Perinatal Services and Community Neurological Rehabilitation Services. During this time publishing a piece of work in the BPS Clinical Psychology forum on the Effectiveness of an adapted Dialectical Behavioural Therapy program for mothers with emotional dysregulation.
She also has experience working within a third sector organisation as a Junior Social Prescribing Link worker. Here, assessing adults on their social needs and providing person-centred and holistic care, with the aim to empower individuals to take control of their own health and well-being.
Imogen is currently a Research Assistant for the Central PHIRST, an NIHR-funded initiative providing responsive public health evaluations for a number of local authorities across the UK.
- Public health interventions and policy
- The connection between physcial health and mental wellbeing
- Mental health and wellbeing
- Preventiative health strategies
- Child and early development
Psychology , BSc, Cardiff University
1 Sept 2016 → 30 Jun 2020
Award Date: 16 Jul 2020
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1/04/22 → 30/04/23
An evaluation of workplace health and wellbeing support in Walsall small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
10/01/22 → 28/02/23
1/05/21 → 31/10/22
PHIRST: NERS project: Adaptation of the Welsh National Exercise Referral Scheme (NERS) to virtual delivery: Evaluation of impact and opportunities
1/01/21 → 31/03/22
Moving an exercise referral scheme to remote delivery during the Covid-19 pandemic: an observational study examining the impact on uptake, adherence, outcomes, and costsNewby, K., Howlett, N., Wagner, A., Smeeton, N., Fakoya, O., Lloyd, N., Freethy, I., Bontoft, C., Brown, K. & Wills, W., 25 Apr 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) In: BMC Public Health.
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Adaptations to the Welsh National Exercise Referral Scheme during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study exploring the experiences of service users and providers and supplementary out-of-pocket costs analysisNewby, K., Howlett, N., Wagner, A., Lloyd, N., Freethy, I., Bontoft, C., Fakoya, O., Jackson, S., Jackson, C., Wills, W. & Brown, K., 10 Jan 2023, (In preparation) In: BMC Public Health.
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A systematic review and behaviour change technique analysis of remotely delivered alcohol and/or substance misuse interventions for adultsHowlett, N., Garcia Iglesias, J., Bontoft, C., Breslow, G., Bartington, S., Freethy, I., Huerga, M., Jones, J., Lloyd, N., Marshall, T., Williams, S., Wills, W. & Brown, K., 1 Oct 2022, In: Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 239, 13 p., 109597.
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Evaluation of the move to remote delivery of drug and alcohol services during the COVID-19 pandemic: A study protocolLloyd, N., Wills, W., Bartington, S., Bontoft, C., Breslin, G., Fakoya, O., Freethy, I., Garcia-Iglesias, J., Howlett, N., Jones, J., Newby, K., Smeeton, N., Wagner, A., Wellings, A., Wellsted, D. & Brown, K., 31 Jul 2022, In: Journal of Public Health Research. 11, 3, 11 p.
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Exploring the promise and limitations of autonomous online timelines to understand experiences of the COVID-19 pandemicGarcia Iglesias, J., Lloyd, N., Freethy, I., Smeeton, N., Wellings, A., Jones, J., Wills, W. & Brown, K., 16 May 2022, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Sociological Research Online. p. 1-14 14 p.
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