Beccy Harrison works within the Applied Health and Wellbeing Partnership (AHWP) team at the Centre for Public Health (CPH), Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU). Her role is to establish a way of measuring the value and impact of the work that is conducted within CPH (including evaluating our methods of engaging with commissioners and key stakeholders), encompassing some of the methods used by the AWHP team. Beccy’s role also involves keeping up-to-date with research as well as involvement with other practical aspects of the research process within CPH.
Previously Beccy worked as a Public Health Research Excellence Framework Analyst helping with the coordination of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 application for the Faculty for Health and Applied Social Sciences, LJMU. Other roles within the Centre have included undertaking research, and producing intelligence relevant to a wide variety of public health priorities including developing indicators of child health, and indicators of healthy weight for children and young people. She has also been a main contributor to a number of different outputs, for example, the synthesis of literature and data on healthy weight; the North West lifestyle survey; area mental wellbeing reports; and another report examining the relationship between body mass index and other factors across the North West.
2007, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PGDip Applied Public Health
2004, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, MSc Research Methods
2000, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons) Psychology and Linguistics
Madden H, Harris J, Blickem C, Harrison R, Timpson H. 2017. "Always paracetamol, they give them paracetamol for everything": a qualitative study examining Eastern European migrants' experiences of the UK health service. BMC Health Serv Res, 17 :604 >DOI >Link
Madden H, Harris J, Blickem C, Harrison R, Timpson H. 2017. "Always paracetamol, they give them paracetamol for everything": a qualitative study examining Eastern European migrants' experiences of the UK health service BMC HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, 17 >DOI >Link