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Sophie

Oakes-Rogers

Course studied: Thesis research

United Kingdom

More about Sophie

Thesis: Understanding the differences between self-harm and suicide in women with complex mental health needs.

Having completed her Bsc Psychology and MSc Forensic Psychology, Sophie is currently undertaking a PhD. She is interested in understanding the differences between self-harm and suicide in women with complex mental health needs, specifically those detained in prison and/or secure hospitals.

Her current research project will use Participatory Action Research to help guide meaningful change in relation to current self-harm and suicide risk assessment tools used in prisons and/or secure hospitals.

Director of Studies

Professor Di Bailey

Research Groups/Centres and Projects

Social Work and Health group

Publications

Rethinking pathways to completed suicide in female offenders (2015)

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