Janet Ubido gained a BSc in Social Studies from Teesside Polytechnic in 1979. She then went on to train as a Registered Mental Nurse at Rainhill Hospital in Merseyside. In 1986, she was awarded an MSc in Social Research Methods from the University of Guildford.
Janet began as a founder member of Liverpool Public Health Observatory in 1990, and has worked on various projects, including: several health needs assessments, including homelessness, learning disability and autism and emotional health and wellbeing; the evidence review series on topics such as interventions for loneliness, outdoor air pollution interventions and suicide prevention training; the Top Tips series, starting with the award winning ‘Top Tips for Healthier Hospitals’; a survey of the health needs of women who are deaf.
Her general research interests include mental health, the elderly and inequalities in health. She joined the Centre for Public Health in September 2015, where she works part-time.
1986, University of Surrey, United Kingdom, M.Sc. Social Research Methods
1979, Teesside Polytechnic, UK, B.Sc.Social; Studies