Hayley is a Researcher at Public Health Wales. She previously worked on the Early Action Together programme, a partnership between health and policing to reduce the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on future generations in Wales through development of a trauma-informed workforce. Hayley completed a PhD in Public Health Nutrition at Liverpool John Moores University, investigating “The dietary patterns, socio-demographic and lifestyle determinants, and metabolite fingerprints in a community sample of Merseyside takeaway food consumers”. She has research expertise in nutrition, ACEs, policing, criminal justice, violence prevention and Coronavirus (COVID-19), using quantitative and qualitative research methods. Hayley also has teaching specialisation in community nutrition, dietary assessment and research methods. In her spare time, Hayley enjoys travelling, cooking and country walks.
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31 October 2023
A practical handbook on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Delivering prevention, building resilience and developing trauma-informed systems: A resource for professionals and organisationsRead more
17 October 2023
Cold indoor temperatures and their association with health and well-being: a systematic literature reviewRead more
29 November 2022