Petra Collins is a Research Assistant on the Intelligence and Surveillance Monitoring team within CPH. Her main role is to provide detailed monthly reports on criminal justice and Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) data monitoring to Knowsley, Sefton and St Helens Drug and Alcohol Teams and their commissioners, outlining all significant aspects of their performance and any emerging trends. Petra is also involved in criminal justice/ DIP/ drug treatment research at the Centre. Her qualifications include: MSc Health (Promotion, Policy and Research); BSc Health, Fitness and Leisure Studies.
2007, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MSc Health (Promotion, Policy and Research)
2003, Institute of Technology Tralee, Ireland, BSc Health, Fitness and Leisure Studies
Howarth P, Cuddy K, Hurst A. 2010. Cocaine, treatment and public health: A case study in Merseyside and Cheshire International Harm ReductionAcademy Conference