Research Administrator – MLAS
Emily is part of the Cardiovascular Team within the Primary Care Unit working on the My Life After Stroke (MLAS) intervention which is part of a larger research programme called Improving Primary Care After Stroke (IPCAS). The programme is designed to investigate the primary care of stroke survivors and aims to develop a new model of primary care services for stroke survivors living in the community. This new model of care involves a practice based intervention which includes a structured review of stroke needs and is being tested using a cluster randomised controlled trial in GP Surgeries in the East of England and East Midlands. Emily is also fully trained as an MLAS facilitator in order to deliver courses as part of the intervention.
Emily previously worked within the Primary Care Unit and core team as an administration assistant to the whole unit. During her time in this role she worked closely with the Head of Department Professor John Danesh; Head of Primary Care Professor Jonathan Mant and the Director of the Behaviour and Health Research Unit Professor Dame Theresa Marteau.
Emily Graduated from Coventry University in November 2017 with a Merit in M.A. Terrorism, International Crime and Global Security. Here she received a distinction on her final independent research project looking into Social Media and Terrorism as well as becoming a member of the Global Leaders Programme which introduced her to world business leaders, in addition to gaining certification from the Chartered Management Institute.
Emily has also previously graduated from the University of Worcester in November 2016 with a 2:1 with honours in B.Sc. Forensic Psychology.
Crime and Terrorism