Charlotte Bigland is a research assistant at the Public Health Institute and provides support to the Violence and Nightlife team in their work with local, national and international partners. Prior to joining the Institute, Charlotte completed a BSc in Archaeology at the University of Liverpool, and an MSc specialising in Forensic Anthropology also at the University of Liverpool.
Quigg Z, Bellis MA, Hughes K, Kulhanek A, Brito I, Ross-Houle K, Bigland C, Calafat A, Duch M, STOP-SV group . 2021. STOP-sexual violence: evaluation of a community-based nightlife worker awareness raising bystander training programme. European journal of public health, DOI Author Url Public Url
Porcellato L, Ross-Houle K, Quigg Z, Harris J, Bigland C, Bates R, Timpson H, Gee I, Bishop J, Gould A, Davies AR. 2020. Welsh Primary Schoolchildren's Perceptions of Electronic Cigarettes: A Mixed Methods Study International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Quigg Z, Bigland C. 2020. The Good Night Out Campaign: evaluation of a nightlife worker training programme to prevent sexual violence in Liverpool Public Url
Butler NL, Quigg ZA, Wallis S, Grey H, Bigland C. Liverpool's Drink Less Enjoy More intervention - Progress monitoring report Publisher Url
Van Hout M, Bigland C. Scoping research on the nexus between health rights and statelessness in the context of COVID-19.
Quigg Z, Ross-Houle K, Bigland C, Hughes K, Bellis MA. 2018. STOP SEXUAL VIOLENCE: AN EVALUATION OF A TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR NIGHTLIFE WORKERS IN EUROPE INJURY PREVENTION, 24 :A115-A115 DOI Author Url
Vice Chancellors PhD Scholarship Award, Liverpool John Moores University. 2021