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    Danielle is a Postdoctoral Research Assistant working in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine at Edge Hill University. She is working on a project which explores the perspectives of boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and their parent/carers on their understanding of bone health.

    Danielle successfully obtained her degree in Psychology at the University of Liverpool in 2019 and in 2020 was awarded her MSc degree in Neuroimaging for Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Manchester. She began her PhD in Health Psychology at the University of Manchester in October 2020. Her PhD aimed to explore beliefs about chronic pain in children and young people with chronic musculoskeletal conditions, particularly the similarities and differences between those with inflammatory conditions compared to those with non-inflammatory conditions.

    Research interests

    Danielle's research interests include health psychology, assessment, communication and management of long-term health conditions, health beliefs, behaviour change, mixed methodology, patient and public engagement, and mobile health tools.

    Education/Academic qualification

    Neuroimaging for Clinical & Cognitive Neuroscience, MSc, University of Manchester

    Sept 2019Sept 2020

    Award Date: 26 Nov 2020

    Psychology, BSc, University of Liverpool

    Sept 2016Aug 2019

    Award Date: 1 Aug 2019

    Other positions

    Pain in Child Health Trainee Representative

    Sept 2022 → …

    Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG) North West of England Branch Representative, The British Psychological Society

    Aug 2022 → …


    • RJ101 Child Health. Child health services
    • Pain
    • Chronic pain
    • Health
    • DMD
    • duchenne muscular dystrophy
    • Qualitative Methodology
    • Mixed Methods

    Research Groups

    • Children and Young People Research Network


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