Dr Kara Gray-Burrows is a psychologist working as a Lecturer and Research Fellow in the design and evaluation of complex interventions in the School of Dentistry, University of Leeds. Kara graduated from her BSc in Psychology in 2010, her MSc in Psychological Approaches to Health in 2011, and PhD in Psychology in 2015. Kara’s expertise is in behaviour change, and the development and evaluation of complex interventions, with further interests in implementation science and patient and public involvement in research. Currently, Kara is working on several research projects with health professionals, early-years workers, charities and commercial companies to develop and evaluate preventive interventions for parents and children to reduce the level of dental caries in young children.
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