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Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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Elizabeth Croot

Elizabeth Croot School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield, UK


Elizabeth Croot research fellow in School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR),University of Sheffield,UK. Her  research interests include health inequalities and and experiences of healthcare and I am particularly interested in working with people with learning disabilities and individuals from black and minority ethnic groups to learn more about this. She is also interested in developing inclusive methods for involving people with learning disabilities in research.her background is physiotherapy and she worked with children with learning disabilities for 12 years. She  also spent some time working in other countries including Bangladesh and the USA as a physiotherapist and physiotherapy lecturer. she completed a PhD in 2005 looking at experiences of Pakistani parents living in the UK and caring for children with high support needs. Since then she have been involved in a number of studies looking at experiences of health care and sheis currently working on a study looking at how we can make community based health promotion interventions more accessible and useful for people with learning disabilities.


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 Public Health, Diet


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