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UK Researcher to speak at UCRH Rural Health Seminar

On Tuesday 28 May (2-3pm), UCRH will welcome the Director, Lifespan Health Research Centre, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of East Anglia, and Chief Investigator for the Babybreathe trial, Professor Caitlin Notley to speak at our next Rural Health Seminar: Babybreathe trial – postpartum smoking relapse prevention. Seminar, co-presented with the Daffodil Centre, will provide a deep dive into the the Babybreathe trial. BabyBreatheTM offers targeted one-to-one behavioural support, delivered face-to-face or remotely, alongside digital, remote and pharmacological support in the postpartum period.

Audience members will learn about its development and emerging findings and explore how this could be used in an Australian context.

Professor Notley has a multidisciplinary focus on prevention, health and wellbeing across the lifecourse. As a social scientist, she has wide ranging research expertise in applied mixed methods. Her expertise spans clinical trials of complex behavioural interventions for cancer prevention, systematic reviewing and evidence synthesis, and in-depth qualitative approaches that really aim to get to the heart of understanding addictive behaviour. Her particular areas of expertise are tobacco smoking cessation, relapse prevention and harm reduction approaches.

The Seminar is being offered in-person and via zoom.

Register for in-person attendance here.

Register for zoom attendance here.