Nick Emmel, Kahryn Hughes, Joanne Greenhalgh and Adam Sales
Nick Emmel is lecturer in health policy and development at the University of Leeds. He is currently researching social networks in the Connected Lives theme on the Manchester / Leeds Node Real Life Node of the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods and inter-generational exchanges in social exclusion as part of the Qualitative Longitudinal Research Initiative of the ESRC.
Institute for Health Sciences and Public Health Research
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Kahryn Hughes is a senior research fellow in sociology of health at the University of Leeds. She is currently researching problem gambling under the ESRC/RiGT initiative and inter-generational exchanges in social exclusion as part of the ESRC Qualitative Longitudinal Research Initiative.
Joanne Greenhalgh is senior research fellow at the School of Health Care University of Leeds. She is investigating how clinicians use outcome measures in their decision making on an ESRC funded project.
Adam Sales, who did much of the field work in the study reported here, is currently studying for a PhD investigating youth transition at the University of Sheffield.