Dr Emma Ashworth

Dr Emma Ashworth - Research Assistant at the Manchester Institute of Education

Emma is a Research Assistant at the Manchester Institute of Education, University of Manchester. She came to the University of Manchester in 2015 to gain her PhD, focusing on the implementation of a universal, school-based intervention and the differential effects of this intervention for at-risk pupils. Over the last three years, Emma has been involved in national randomised controlled trials of various interventions, including the Good Behaviour Game, PATHS and FRIENDS. Prior to this role, she worked in a primary school delivering targeted interventions with vulnerable and at-risk children.


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