People

Clinical management


Psychosocial adjustment and support

  • Professor Diana HarcourtProfessor Diana Harcourt, University of the West of England

    Health Psychologist, Co-director of the Centre for Appearance Research

    Professor Diana Harcourt is co-director with Professor Nichola Rumsey of the Centre for Appearance Research at the University of the West of England.

  • Professor Nichola RumseyProfessor Nichola Rumsey OBE, University of the West of England

    Health Psychologist, Co-director of the Centre for Appearance Research

    Professor Nichola Rumsey is co-director with Professor Diana Harcourt of the Centre for Appearance Research (CAR) at the University of the West of England.

  • Dr Julia CadoganDr Julia Cadogan, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust

    Consultant Clinical Psychologist

    Dr Julia Cadogan works closely with the Centre for Appearance Research (CAR) team at the University of the West of England and is based at The Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.

  • Miss Catrin Griffiths, University of the West of England

    Research Fellow and Trainee Health Psychologist

    Catrin Griffiths is a Research Fellow based in the Centre for Appearance Research (CAR). Her research interests relate to the psychosocial impact of experiencing a burn injury on the children themselves, their parents and siblings. She is currently leading a research project which involves developing health-related  patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) to assess outcomes in child, adolescent and adult burn care. 

  • Miss Ella Guest, University of the West of England

    Research Associate

    Ella Guest is a Research Associate based in the Centre for Appearance Research (CAR).  Her research interests relate to the psychosocial impact of experiencing a burn injury on the children themselves, their parents and siblings. She is currently leading a research project which involves developing health-related patient reported outcome measures (PROMS) to assess outcomes in child, adolescent and adult burn care.

  • Dr Jen Heath, University of the West of England

    PhD Researcher

    Dr Jennifer Heath is based at the University of the West of England and working towards a PhD focused on support for the parents of people with burn injuries. She is a Clinical Psychologist who was previously employed in the Sheffield Adult Burns Unit.


Prevention

  • Professor Alison KempProfessor Alison Kemp, Cardiff University

    Professor of Child Health at University of Cardiff

    Alison Kemp is Professor of Child Health at University of Cardiff and has a longstanding primary and secondary research interest in child protection, injury epidemiology and prevention. Professor Kemp has relevant expertise in the epidemiology of non-intentional thermal injury and thermal injury from maltreatment.

  • Dr Julie MyttonDr Julie Mytton, University of the West of England

    Associate Professor

    Dr Julie Mytton is Associate Professor in Child Health at UWE and Consultant in Child Public Health at NHS Bristol. Dr Mytton undertakes research on a range of child health issues, with a focus on child injury prevention.

  • Dr Toity DeaveDr Toity Deave, University of the West of England

    Associate Professor for Family and Child Health

    Dr Toity Deave is an Associate Professor for Family and Child Health at the University of the West of England, Bristol. Dr Deave has a background in Public Health Nursing and undertakes research on perinatal parental well-being, injury prevention and early childhood health and development, with a particular interest in fathers.

  • Dr Verity Bennett, Cardiff University

    Research Assistant 

    Verity is a Research Assistant at Cardiff University working with the prevention team to develop a community based intervention to prevent hot drink scalds in pre-school children. Verity is funded by Health and Care Research Wales.

  • Mr Moses Ikpeme, University of Bristol

    PhD Student 

    Moses is doing his PhD with the Prevention team and is based at the University of Bristol. The PhD will involve analysis of Accident and Emergency data obtained from the evidence based Burns and Scalds Assessment Template (BaSAT). The major aim is to discover the effect of several wider determinants of health on the occurrence of burns in children within a sample of the UK population.

  • Mrs Diane Nuttall, Cardiff University

    Research Associate

    Diane Nuttall works closely with Research Nurse David Rea to take the burns and scalds assessment template (BaSAT) for the prevention arm out to the A&E departments and NHS Trusts. Diane also works on the BuRN-Tool project.

  • Ms Harriet Quinn-Scoggins, Cardiff University

    PhD Student

    Harriet Quinn-Scoggins started her PhD with the prevention team in October 2014 and is based at Cardiff University. The PhD will be assessing whether a primary school-based burns prevention program and burns first aid promotion intervention can lead to an improvement in knowledge, attitude, practice and first aid implementation for primary-school-aged children and lead to a reduction in self-reported/medically attended burns. Harriet is funded by Health and Care Research Wales.


Centre

  • Professor Alan EmondProfessor Alan Emond, The University of Bristol

    Director of the Children's Burns Research Centre

    Professor Alan Emond, Professor of Child Health at the University of Bristol, is the Director of the Children's Burns Research Centre. He is a clinical academic paediatrician, experienced in leading multidisciplinary teams, with a track record in quantitative and qualitative research in child and adolescent injury.

  • Miss Lauren BratbyMiss Lauren Bratby, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust

    Centre Coordinator

    Lauren Bratby is the Coordinator for the Children's Burns Research Centre and has a background in Research Governance.

  • Mr Steve Gregory, University of Bristol

    Data Manager

    Steve Gregory is based at the University of Bristol and works across all themes of the Children's Burns Research Centre.

  • Dr Linda HollenDr Linda Hollen, University of Bristol

    Senior Research Associate in Medical Statistics

    Dr Linda Hollen is based at the University of Bristol and works across all themes of the Children's Burns Research Centre.

  • Dr Rebecca Kandiyali, University of Bristol

    Senior Research Associate in Health Economics

    Dr Rebecca Kandiyali is based at the University of Bristol and works across all themes of the Children's Burns Research Centre.

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