PhD Candidate, Teaching Fellow
Office: Global Health Suite Weston Education Centre, Cutcombe Road, London SE5 9RJ / 3rd Floor, Addison House, Guy’s Campus, London SE1 1UL
Emma’s PhD is titled: can an innovative programme to deliver internet-based contraceptive services meet the contraceptive health needs of service-users in Lambeth and Southwark? She is investigating the impact of this new mode of contraceptive service delivery using a mixed method approach, including qualitative research and a large, multi-site, observational study.
Emma is a Teaching Fellow at the School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences for the online MSc in Public Health. She has also contributed to teaching on the Imperial College London Masters in Public Health and the KCL Global Health MSc; iBSc and Student Selected Component. Emma completed her MSc in the Control of Infectious Diseases at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine before joining the NHS as a Health Promotion Specialist. Whilst doing her PhD, she has also worked as a research consultant, delivering projects for the Overseas Development Institute and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Rezel E, Free C, Syred J, Baraitser P. SH:24 Online Contraception – Innovation to Expand Choice in Access.
Poster presented at FSRH ASM, Cardiff 2017
Rezel E, Walker C, Collins S, 4th generation (Ag/Ab) HIV testing: 47% of clinics contradict current guidelines. HIV Medicine, 2012. Oral presentation at BHIVA, Birmingham, 2012 (prize winner)
Palmer M, Sutherland J, Barnard S, Wynne A, Rezel E, Doel A, et al. The effectiveness of smoking cessation, physical activity/diet and alcohol reduction interventions delivered by mobile phones for the prevention of non-communicable diseases: A systematic review of randomised controlled trials. PloS one. 2018;13(1).
Wilson E, Free C, Morris TP, Syred J, Ahamed I, Menon-Johansson AS, Palmer MJ, Barnard S, Rezel E, Baraitser P. Internet-accessed sexually transmitted infection (e-STI) testing and results service: A randomised, single-blind, controlled trial. PLoS Medicine. 2017;14(12).
Free C, Sutherland J, Barnard S, Rezel E, Doel A, Grigsby-Diuffy L, Edwards S, McCarthy O. The effectiveness of mobile phones for the management of hypertension. Conference paper. WHO/ITU M-Hypertension workshop, Oxford University; 01/2015.