Dr Amy Bond
Post Doctoral Research Associate
South Cloisters 2.05
South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK
Amy is a researcher based in the Children and Young People's Mental Health (ChYMe) Collaboration in the College of Medicine and Health. Amy joined as a Research Associate on the Child Health and Maternity national priority programme. This programme seeks to find effective ways to implement evidence-based interventions to improve children’s and maternity services widely across England.
Amy undertook a PhD in Education at Cardiff University. The PhD focused on understanding the impact of poverty and stigmatisation on parents involvement in schools and parents engagement in learning considering ecological frameworks. Amy has previously worked at the Centre for Development, Evaluation, Complexity and Implementation in Public Health Improvement at Cardiff University, at Swansea University and for the Department for Education contributing towards the National Strategy for Educational Research and Enquiry in Wales.
- PhD in Philsophy (Education Pathway)
- Associate Fellowship of the Advanced Higher Education Academy (2021)
- MSc Social Science Research Methods (2019)
- BSc (Hons) Social Science (2016)
Amy’s research interests lie in children and young people's education, mental health and wellbeing, social mobility and inequalities. Amy is particularly interested in the impact of poverty on families everyday lives including on their family functioning, their wellbeing and on parents involvement in their children’s school and parents engagement in their children’s learning.
- Children’s Health and Maternity National Priority Programme
- Children and Young People’s Wellbeing Network
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Current Teaching in 2022/2023:
- Ethical Issues in Health Research
- Making Sense of Evidence (Qualitative)
Previous Teaching (at Cardiff University):
- Introduction to Social Science Research Methods
- Becoming a Social Scientist
- Key Ideas in Social Science
- Evaluating Social Policy