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Dulcie Irving

BA (Hons), MSc

Research Assistant

I am a research assistant with the Risk & Safety research group, led by Professor Charles Vincent. I am currently working on a project in collaboration with Oxfordshire County Council to evaluate a new family safeguarding model, which has introduced measures with the aim of reducing the need for children at risk to be placed in care. I am also assisting on a project researching the ways in which healthcare professionals manage risk when working under pressure.  

I completed my Experimental Psychology (conversion) MSc degree at University of Bristol in 2019, having previously graduated with a History degree from University of Exeter in 2015. I went on to complete an Applied Clinical Psychology MSc at University of Bath in 2020.

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