Flora Douglas

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Flora Douglas is an experienced trans-disciplinary researcher with a background in public health and health promotion. She has worked within the academic sector in both Scotland and Australia for the last 15 years. During this time she has been successful in gaining contracts to lead evaluations on a range public health projects for the Scottish Government, NHS Health Scotland and NHS Grampian totalling £450,000.00. In addition she has been a successful as a co-applicant in gaining research funding for the University of Aberdeen worth a further £650,000.00, from the Health Technology Assessment Programme (National Institute of Health Research UK), the National Prevention Research Initiative, the Medical Research Council, and the Scottish Universities Insights Initiative.

Flora is currently working as a social scientist in a multidisciplinary research team based within the Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health (University of Aberdeen) in connection with the Scottish Government’s Rural Affairs and Environment Research Portfolio.

Flora is also an experienced lecturer and course coordinator having taught in nursing, health promotion, and various aspects of public health in Scotland and Australia.

Prior to working in the academic sector, she worked as a health professional in the public and private health care sectors in Scotland and Australia.

Flora is also a trained facilitator, having recently gained her professional facilitator’s qualification at the Kinharvie Institute of Facilitation in Glasgow.

 

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