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Miss Nadia Butler

Miss Nadia Butler

Telephone: 0151 231 4453

Biography

Nadia Butler works as a research assistant at the Public Health Institute (Violence and Night Life Team). Prior to joining the Institute, Nadia completed an MSc with Distinction in Investigative and Forensic Psychology at the University of Liverpool. She completed her Masters dissertation on sex offenders with learning difficulties’ motivation to engage in treatment and reduce offending behaviour. Nadia also holds a First Class Honours Higher Diploma in Applied Psychology, an MA Criminology, and a BA (Hons) Arts from University College Cork.

Degrees

2014, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, MSc Investigative and Forensic Psychology
2013, University College Cork, Ireland, HDip Applied Psychology
2011, University College Cork, Ireland, MA Criminology
2010, University College Cork, Ireland, BA Honours Arts

Publications

Other

Burrows S, Butchart A, Butler N, Quigg Z, Bellis MA, Mikton C. 2018. New WHO Violence Prevention Information System, an interactive knowledge platform of scientific findings on violence INJURY PREVENTION, 24 :155-156 >DOI >Link

Report

Butler NL, Quigg Z, Burrows S, Butchart A, Mikton C, Hughes K, Bellis MA. 2017. Violence Info methodology

Quigg Z, Ford KJ, Butler N, Hardcastle K, Hughes K. 2015. Evaluation of the South Wales Know The Score Intervention Evaluation of the South Wales Know The Score Intervention

Butler NL, Quigg ZA, Wallis S, Grey H, Bigland C. Liverpool's Drink Less Enjoy More intervention - Progress monitoring report

Ford K, Quigg Z, Butler NL, Hughes K. The service of alcohol to drunks: Measuring and supporting compliance with the law in Manchester City Centre's nightlife

Ford K, Butler NL, Hughes K, Quigg Z, Bellis MA. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in Hertfordshire, Luton and Northamptonshire

Quigg Z, Ford K, Butler NL, Hardcastle K, Hughes K. Evaluation of the South Wales Know the Score #DrinkLessEnjoyMore intervention (Phase 2)

McCoy EJ, Butler N, Quigg Z. Evaluation of the Liverpool MARAC

Journal article

Bellis MA, Hardcastle K, Ford K, Hughes K, Ashton K, Quigg Z, Butler N. 2017. Does continuous trusted adult support in childhood impart life-course resilience against adverse childhood experiences - a retrospective study on adult health-harming behaviours and mental well-being. BMC Psychiatry, 17 :110-110 >DOI >Link

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Evaluation of the Liverpool MARAC, CitySafe Board Meeting, Town Hall, Liverpool, Oral presentation

Evaluation of the Liverpool Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference, CitySafe Board, Town Hall, Liverpool, Oral presentation

Evaluation of the Liverpool Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference, Research in Focus: Merseyside Domestic Homicide Review (DHR) Learning Event, Liverpool, Oral presentation

An Exploratory Cluster Analysis of Motivation to Change in Sex Offenders with Intellectual Difficulties, Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference 2015, Manchester, Oral presentation