Pamela L. Graham
Pam is a Senior Lecturer in Community Wellbeing with particular interests in child and adolescent development; poverty; food insecurity; and inclusion. She has expertise in quantitative questionnaire and observational methods and qualitative focus groups and interviews, and has experience of utilising these methods across various school and community settings.
Across the Department of Social Work, Education & Community Wellbeing, Pam supervises undergraduate and postgraduate research students in Health & Social Care; Childhood & Early Years Studies; Social Work; and Public Health. She also leads Core Project (level 6) and Learning at University (level 4) modules across Health & Social Care and Guidance and Counselling and teaches quantitative research methods across various modules in Health and Social Care and Social Work.
Pam is a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is also a member of the Department Self-Assessment Team for Athena SWAN and a member of the Faculty Access and Participation Special Interest Group.
That Gut Feeling: Public Perceptions of Media Coverage and Science Surrounding Probiotic Products.
British Food Journal
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