Dr Helen Eborall
Department of Health Sciences
University of Leicester
My first degree was a BSc in Psychology at the University of Warwick. After graduating, I worked as a youth worker, which triggered my interest in and passion for addressing socioeconomic inequalities. I picked this up in my MSc in Health Psychology at the University of Surrey, undertaking a dissertation focused on school pupils’ habits and attitudes towards breakfast, in the context of a piloting scheme of funding school breakfast clubs.
NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research, Scalable low-cost interventions to support medication adherence in people prescribed treatment for hypertension in primary care (Co-Investigator. Principal Investigator: S. Sutton).
Hadjiconstantinou M, Byrne J, Bodicoat DH, Robertson N, Eborall H, et al., (2016). Do Web-Based Interventions Improve Well-Being in Type 2 Diabetes? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. 18(10):e270.