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Jamie Hartmann-Boyce

MA

DPhil Student

  • Research Associate, Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group
Biography

My DPhil work focusses on the self-management of weight, and includes the Oxford Food and Activity Behaviours (OxFAB) study. This research aims to contribute data on many different definitions of success and weight trajectories and to hone in on which cognitive and behavioural strategies people use to control their weight successfully. My DPhil is funded by the NIHR School for Primary Care Research and sits under the auspices of the Oxford CLAHRC.

Alongside my studies, I work part time with the Cochrane Tobacco Review Group, contributing as an author to a number of reviews and assisting the promotion and dissemination of the Group's work.  I am a member of the Cochrane Bias Methods Group, having completed training in the Cochrane Risk of Bias tool, and am an accredited Cochrane copyeditor. I have also recently completed an MA in the history of medicine, focussing on the tobacco industry's influence on discourses about personal responsibility for health.

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