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Dr Mandy Cheetham

Research Fellow

Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

Mandy Cheetham

My research interests focus on research and evidence use in public health, knowledge mobilisation, embedded research, qualitative research methods, place-based and community-led approaches to addressing inequalities in health, and the health and social impacts of welfare reform, including Universal Credit.

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  • ‘We don’t make best use of art in public health’: lessons learned from co-producing a theatre performance to stimulate debate about Universal Credit, Cheetham, M., Vanden, K., Lindow, L., Morris, S., Moffatt, S., McCormick, B., Wiseman, A. 4 Jan 2024, In: Evidence and Policy
  • “You’re sort of building community in a bigger way”: exploring the potential of creative, nature-based activities to facilitate community connections, Sirisena, M., Cheetham, M. 25 Feb 2024, In: Arts and Health
  • A rapid review of children and young people's views of poverty and welfare in the context of Universal Credit, Bidmead, E., El Zerbi, C., Cheetham, M., Frost, S. 1 Nov 2023, In: Children & society
  • Correction: Leading co-production in five UK collaborative research partnerships (2008–2018): responses to four tensions from senior leaders using auto-ethnography, van der Graaf, P., Kislov, R., Smith, H., Langley, J., Hamer, N., Cheetham, M., Wolstenholme, D., Cooke, J., Mawson, S. 24 Feb 2023, In: Implementation Science Communications
  • Exploring the health and sociodemographic characteristics of people seeking advice with claiming universal credit: a cross-sectional analysis of UK citizens advice data, 2017–2021, Brown, H., Xiang, H., Cheetham, M., Morris, S., Gibson, M., Katikireddi, S., Munford, L., Taylor-Robinson, D., Finney, H., Bartle, V., Baxter, A., Wickham, S., Craig, P., Bambra, C. 30 Mar 2023, In: BMC Public Health
  • Leading co-production in five UK collaborative research partnerships (2008-2018): responses to four tensions from senior leaders using auto-ethnography, Van der Graaf, P., Kislov, R., Smith, H., Langley, J., Hamer, N., Cheetham, M., Wolstenholme, D., Cooke, J., Mawson, S. 27 Jan 2023, In: Implementation Science Communications
  • ‘What I really want is academics who want to partner and who care about the outcome’: findings from a mixed-methods study of evidence use in local government in England, Cheetham, M., Redgate, S., Van der Graaf, P., Humble, C., Hunter, D., Adamson, A. 1 Feb 2023, In: Evidence and Policy
  • Evaluation of the mental health impacts of Universal Credit: protocol for a mixed methods study, Craig, P., Barr, B., Baxter, A., Brown, H., Cheetham, M., Gibson, M., Katikireddi, S., Moffatt, S., Morris, S., Munford, L., Richiardi, M., Sutton, M., Taylor-Robinson, D., Wickham, S., Xiang, H., Bambra, C. 8 Apr 2022, In: BMJ Open
  • Exploring the mental health effects of Universal Credit: a journey of co-production, Cheetham, M., Atkinson, P., Gibson, M., Katikireddi, S., Moffatt, S., Morris, S., Munford, L., Shenton, F., Wickham, S., Craig, P. Jul 2022, In: Perspectives in Public Health
  • Gateways not gatekeepers – reaching seldom-heard groups to gather public health community insights, Lie, M., Visram, S., Cheetham, M., Christie, A., Hodgson, P., Jasperse, J., Logan, M. 25 Oct 2022, In: European Journal of Public Health

  • Health and Social Research PhD June 18 2010
  • Health Education PGDip March 07 2001
  • Sociology BSc (Hons) June 28 1991
  • Certificate of Qualification in Social Work CQSW 1987


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