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Farhin Ahmed

Usually known by her middle name Priya, Farhin joined Oxford Population Health in December 2022 to work as a researcher on the Listen2Baby project in the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit. Her role involves managing the Listen2Baby project and supporting patient and public involvement and data collection about women’s experiences of fetal monitoring during labour.

Priya is a graduate member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the Division of Health Psychology (DHP) for the BPS. She has also held previous roles at Teesside University as a lecturer teaching on the BSc Psychology programme and as a research assistant in Public Health as part of Team ALPHA (Co-producing Alcohol, Criminal Justice and Public Health Research) for the Centre for Social Innovation in the School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law.

She is near to completing her PhD in Health Psychology at Teesside University. Her research interests include the role of culture in health behaviours, women's experiences of maternity care, and the integration of co-design into primary health care settings.