Annie Harrison is a lecturer in Health Care Sciences and a member of the i3HS Hub. She has written and delivers two blended modules on the Masters in Public Health (MPH)
- Arts and Public Health
- Engaging the Hard to Reach for Health Gain.
She also delivers CPD in the same subjects.
She is also involved in a number of evaluations:
- Well North – a multi-site project which aims to improve health in the poorest communities.
- Winning Hearts and Minds – a programme looking to improve heart and mental health outcomes in Manchester.
- Place-Based Approaches
Annie leads on building a public and patient involvement and engagement network for the i3HS Hub. She is also involved in a number of grant applications for i3HS, with a specific focus on integrating creative research methodologies into proposals and collaborating with the voluntary sector.
I have worked in Public Health at the University of Manchester since 2006 and been a Lecturer in Health Care Sciences since 2018.
My interest in public health goes back to previous work in human rights observation, community health and drug and alcohol counselling. Alongside my public health work, I have maintained my practice as a contemporary artist, and have valued to opportunity of exploring the connection between the two fields in my teaching and research.