Research Output per year
Jane Harris is a Research Fellow in Children Young People and Families in the Faculty of Health and Social Care. She is currently working on the NIHR funded Dynamic Eletectornic Tracking and Escalation to Reduce Critical Care Transfers (DETECT) study in collaboration with Alder Hey Children's Hospital.
Prior to coming to Edge Hill, Jane worked for 10 years at the Public Health Institute, Liverpool John Moores University. During this time she worked on over 20 research projects including health needs assessments and health service evaluations. She lead the North West HIV and AIDS monitoring system and the Cheshire and Merseyside Drug Related Death monitoring system. Jane also contributed to teaching on the MSc and BSc public health and environmental health modules and was module leader for the undergraduate "Understanding Populations" module.
Jane completed her PhD in 2019 entitled "a mixed methods study examining the role of professional YouTubers in young people's health behaviours in the UK: implications for health interventions". Jane's main research interests are young people's health, digital methods and the health needs of seldom heard groups.
Public Health, PhD, Liverpool John Moores University
1 Jun 2016 → 20 Jun 2019
Public Health, MSc, Liverpool John Moores University
2014 → 2015
Human Geography, BA, University of Nottingham
2005 → 2008
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter