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Juliet Henderson is a project manager on an NIHR funded study ADVANCE programme. Her roles includes communicating with all the collaborators on the project, co-ordinate and manage data alongside recruitment and interviewing.  Her previous research projects have focused on teenage pregnancy, young families living in socio-economically deprived areas and mental health issues. While at Birkbeck College she was a researcher on the Family Nurse Partnership Study, responsible for recruiting teen mothers, their partners and evaluating the effectiveness of the first UK-based nurse-led intensive programme for teenage mothers. Previously she was a national co-ordinator and researcher on the National Evaluation of Sure Start (NESS) where 10,000 families were interviewed and followed up around England.  This work impacted on policies on children’s centres throughout the UK. While at the Institute of Psychiatry she worked on mental health studies investigating the economic costs for the NHS, criminal justice/benefits system, housing and education.  

Research Interests

  • Domestic violence 
  • Substance use 
  • Poverty 
  • Mental health 
  • Trauma 
  • Health  

Expertise and Public Engagement

  • Data Management Committee 
  • Trial management Committee 
  • Programme Steering Committee  
  • Public Patient Involvement