Roxanne is a Research Associate with the Population Health Interventions programme, and is working on a project evaluating use and acceptability of, funding mechanisms and demand for online spatial data visualisation tools for local public health decision-support.
She was awarded a BSc in Psychology (2014), MSc in Public Health (2015), and is currently completing her PhD at the University of Sunderland. Her PhD was funded by Fuse (the UKCRC Centre for Translational Research in Public Health) and aimed to inform interventions that could be used to reduce alcohol consumption frequency in retirement.
Roxanne is interested in the use of qualitative methods to further our understanding of population health. She is also interested in the creation and evaluation of interventions and tools to improve population health and provide effective knowledge exchange.