Dr Amrit Bhatti is a psychologist working as a Research Assistant within the School of Dentistry, University of Leeds. Amrit’s research focus is primarily qualitative but currently works on a number of mixed methods research projects. 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. From this, she is keen to explore interventions which support children with autism within the dental and home setting. Currently, Amrit is working on projects surrounding health behaviour change interventions with health professionals, early-years workers and charities within the school of dentistry and is also supervising some MSc projects.
1CEThe Strong Teeth project: supporting dental teams to have effective preventive behaviour change conversations with parents of young children
Speakers: Dr. Peter Day, Dr. Kara Gray-Burrows, Ms. Lucy Rutter, Dr. Erin Giles, Dr. Amrit Bhattiwatch now