Laura Sambrook

School of Psychology

I joined LJMU as a Research Assistant in January 2021, having previously worked as an Assistant Psychologist and Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner. I have a BSc (Hons) degree in Criminology and Psychology from LJMU, an MSc degree in Clinical and Health Psychology from the University of Manchester and a PGCert degree in Improving Access to Psychological Therapies from LJMU.

My main research interests include risk management, suicide, self-harm, domestic violence, stalking and the long-term impact of abuse.

Degrees

2020, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PGCert
2017, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom, MSc
2015, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons)

Academic appointments

Research Assistant, Faculty of Health, Liverpool John Moores University, 2021 - present

Report

Roks H, Balmer A, Sambrook L, Burton S, Tait J, Ashley-Mudie P, Shetty A, Nathan R, Saini P, McIntyre J. 2022. Descriptive analysis of complex mental health service users using routinely collected data

Sambrook L, Balmer A, Roks H, Tait J, Ashley-Mudie P, McIntyre JC, Shetty A, Nathan T, Saini P. Patient Journey of Service Users with Complex Mental Health Needs: A Qualitative Study

Chopra J, Sambrook L. Oasis Understanding Trauma Programme Evaluation Report Public Url

Journal article

Saini P, Martin A, McIntyre J, Balmer A, Burton S, Roks H, Sambrook L, Shetty A, Nathan R. 2022. COMplex mental health PAThways (COMPAT) Study: A mixed methods study to inform an evidence-based service delivery model for people with complex needs: Study protocol. PLoS One, 17 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Chopra J, Sambrook L, Mcloughlin S, Randles R, Palace M, Blinkhorn V. 2022. Risk factors for Intimate Partner Homicide in England and Wales Health and Social Care in the Community, DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Conference publication

Saini P, Nathan R, Sambrook L, Burton S, Roks H, Balmer A, McIntyre J, Martin A, Shetty A. 2021. The use of coproduction to inform an evidence-based service delivery model for mental health service users with complex needs BJPSYCH OPEN, 7 :S286-S286 DOI Author Url

preprint

Saini P, Martin A, McIntyre J, Balmer A, Burton S, Roks H, Sambrook L, Shetty A, Nathan R. COMplex mental health PAThways (COMPAT) Study: a mixed methods study to inform an evidence-based service delivery model for people with complex needs: Study protocol DOI

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