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Daisy Parker

PhD Student

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 +44 (0) 1392 725927

 College House 1.07

 

College House, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

Daisy Parker is a PhD student in the Mental Health Research Group supervised by Professor Rose McCabe, Professor Richard Byng, and Professor Chris Dickens. Her PhD aims to develop an intervention to support General Practitioners when communicating with patients with depression and anxiety. She is using conversation analysis to investigate how the developing intervention is reflected in practice.

Her research interests include mental health, clinical communication, and health services research. Daisy is also interested in attentional processing, personality, and survivor research.

Twitter handle: @daisy_parker2

 

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Exeter

 

Research

Research interests

Conference papers:

Parker, D. (2018). “That’s what helps us get better, that relationship.” Patients’ Experiences of Seeking Help for Psychological Distress in Primary Care. SAPC South West Regional Meeting, 14th March, 2018, University of Plymouth

Parker, D. (2018). “Every structure we’re taught goes out the window.” General Practitioners’ Experiences of Providing Help for Depression and Anxiety. SAPC South West Regional Meeting, 13th March 2018, University of Plymouth

Parker, D. (2018). “That’s what helps us get better, that relationship.” Patients’ Experiences of Seeking Help for Psychological Distress in Primary Care. UEMS Annual Research Event, 28th February 2018, The Imperial Hotel, Torquay.

Parker, D. (2017). Psychological Distress in Primary Care. UEMS Annual Research Event, 11th May, 2018, The Palace Hotel, Torquay.

Teaching

Supervision / Group

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