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Professor Julie Barnett

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Last updated: 11 January 2021

 

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Julie Barnett is Professor in Health Psychology and a member of the leadership team of the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Bath. Julie is a social psychologist with research experience and interests around risk perception and risk communication, social media and the social dimensions of data science. Other recent projects have focused on the impact of food allergy legislation, trust and empathy in the digital age, loneliness and social prescribing. Over the last fifteen years she has led and collaborated on interdisciplinary projects funded by UK research councils, the European Commission, charities and UK government departments and agencies. 

Register of Interests

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Current Interests

Personal

Category of Interest Organisation/Body & Nature of Interest (period)

Direct employment

 

Employee of University of Bath 2013 -now

Historical Interests

Personal

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Direct employment

 

Employee of Universities of Brunel (2008-2013) and Surrey (1998-2008)

Other fee-paid work from relevant organisations, consultancies

 

Natural England