The aim of this project is to develop an intervention to motivate children and their families to reduce exposure to avoidable asthma triggers.
The Medical Research Council framework for complex interventions will be used to inform a mixed methods approach for this project.
I graduated from the University of Sheffield with a BMedSci (Hons) in Orthoptics and have seven years’ experience as a clinical Orthoptist in the NHS. I have some experience in quantitative and qualitative research methodology, and an interest in improving health-related quality of life. I completed a Master’s in Public Health (distinction) at the University of Edinburgh. During my master’s dissertation I developed an interest in novel familial interventions to improve child and family health, particularly respiratory health.