Miranda graduated from the University of Bristol in 2013 with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology.
She joined the Primary Care Unit in 2014 as a Research Assistant in the Behavioural Science Group. During this time, Miranda has worked on a number of research projects looking at the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of digital interventions on health behaviours such as physical activity (VBI Trial) and smoking cessation (iQuit trial).
Other projects undertaken at the Primary Care Unit: an NIHR SPCR funded audit of Patient and Public Involvement across the Unit, and assisted systematic reviews of smartphone-based health behaviour assessment tools.
Miranda is currently working on an NIHR funded programme grant on scalable low-cost interventions to support medication adherence in people prescribed treatment for hypertension in primary care (PAM).
Miranda’s research interests are in health psychology, and in the engagement and involvement of patients and the public in health research.
A list of Miranda’s publications is available – orcid.org/0000-0002-4717-6746
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