Hannah Grey is a research trainee at the Centre for Public Health and provides support to the Violence and Nightlife team in their work with local, national and international partners. Hannah was involved in the planning and administration of the Club Health Conference in Lisbon. Prior to joining the centre, Hannah completed a BA in Sociology at the University of Nottingham, and an MA in Public Health with distinction at Nottingham Trent University. Hannah is undertaking a PhD with Bangor University, exploring the longer term health and well-being consequences of adverse childhood experiences.
Hannah’s research interests include health inequality, the influence of social determinants on health and issues around gender and health, including domestic violence, maternal health and sexual harassment. Her previous experience includes working for a health promotion service in Nottingham with people at high risk of CVD and supporting students with disabilities.
2014, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom, MA, Public Health
2010, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, BA Hons, Sociology
Quigg Z, Ford KJ, McGee C, Grey H, Hardcastle K, Hughes K. 2016. Evaluation of the Liverpool Drink Less Enjoy More intervention Evaluation of the Liverpool Drink Less Enjoy More intervention
Butler NL, Quigg ZA, Wallis S, Grey H, Bigland C. Liverpool's Drink Less Enjoy More intervention - Progress monitoring report