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Research interests

Interventions to change health-related behaviour; Infant feeding; Breastfeeding; Digital technology and methods for health behaviour change


Kayleigh Kwah is a Senior Research Assistant at the University of Hertfordshire. She has experience in designing, delivering and evaluating health behaviour change interventions using the behaviour change wheel, in topics including: infant feeding; smoking cessation; sexual health and family weight management. She is experienced in the delivery of feasibility randomised controlled trials, with some expertise in the setting up and running of online trial data collection and management software (REDCap). Her research interests and plans for future work are related to infant feeding, particularly focused on breastfeeding.  

Education/Academic qualification

Health Psychology, MSc

Award Date: 1 Jun 2012

Psychology, BSc

Award Date: 1 Jun 2009


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