Julie Cameron

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As an experienced public health researcher, and practitioner, I am committed to promoting human rights and improving the health and wellbeing of vulnerable groups who experience inequalities, stigma and discrimination. I am interested in the links between policy, research and practice and using participatory action research methods. In 2007 I achieved an MSc in Social Science Research from Glasgow University and I’m currently part of a knowledge exchange with New York University through the EU Horizon 2020 funded Citizenship Recovery & Inclusive Society Partnership (CRISP). I enjoy going to the gym and spending time with my family and two daughters.

Areas of Interest
Third Sector
Mental Health Foundation
Key words
public mental health, prevention, participatory research, inequalities, programme implemention, programme evaluation

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