- Position: Research Assistant
- Email: A.Bhatti@leeds.ac.uk
Amrit Bhatti is a Research Assistant within the School of Dentistry. Amrit Bhatti completed her BSc in psychology at the University of Huddersfield. She is currently a postgraduate research PhD student. Her PhD research focus is to explore the experiences and perceptions of parents who have an adolescent child with alopecia, and secondly to explore the experiences and perceptions of adolescents who have alopecia. Her supervisors are Prof Vivv Bur (University of Huddersfield), Dr Sarah Jane Daly (University of Huddersfield) and Dr Alison Rodriguez (University of Leeds).
Amrit’s research focus is primarily qualitative, with an interest in Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Amrit also has an interest in behaviour change interventions. She has experience working as an Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) tutor for young children with autism within mainstream schools, Special Educational Needs (SEN), and home settings.
Currently, Amrit is working on projects surrounding health behaviour change interventions within the school of dentistry.
Her current roles include:
To support HABIT study with data collection, qualitative interviews and analysis.
To support Strong Teeth study with data collection, qualitative interviews and analysis.
To support HEE behaviour change study with ethics, data collection, qualitative interviews and analysis.
To co-supervise a PhD student with qualitative analysis.
To assist teaching.