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Subject Areas: Allied Health, Sociology, Health, Public Health, Nursing and Midwifery, Social Care
Alison Doherty is a Research Associate in the Faculty of Health & Wellbeing.
Alison obtained her PhD in 2018 from the School of Nursing, University of Central Lancashire with funding from the National Institute for Health Research, Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Care Research, North West Coast (NIHR CLAHRC NWC).
Her research interests include health implementation science, health inequalities, obesity, weight management and working with vulnerable communities. Other qualifications include MBA (Distinction); MA; and BA(Hons) (First Class).
Alison Doherty is based within the Health Implementation Science Team, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Health & Wellbeing where she is engaged as a Research Associate (Evidence Synthesis).
Previously, she was based within the Faculty of Health & Wellbeing’s Research Support Team (Academic) on a range of health-related projects with senior researchers and research groups. She has experience in co-producing health & wellbeing research involving patients and public interest groups including vulnerable communities.
She has over 20 years’ experience of working in the public sector on various local authority and partnership programmes and projects in the fields of public health, health promotion, health inequalities, crime prevention, community safety and cohesion.
Doherty, A., Jones, S., Chauhan, U., & Gibson, J. (2018). Eating well, living well and weight management: A co-produced semi-qualitative study of barriers and facilitators experienced by adults with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities.
Doherty, A.J., Jones, S.P., Chauhan, U., and Gibson, J.M.E., (2017) An integrative review of multicomponent weight management interventions for adults with intellectual difficulties. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. pp. 1-13. ISSN 1360-2322