Emma Louise Clewett

Emma Clewett

Research Assistant-E.C

Research Assistant

Social prescribing, community health, community engagement

Research, Innovation and Enterprise

I have previously worked in the voluntary sector and with Primary Care Networks, with a key role in social prescribing and health inequality research. My professional and academic experiences have focused on highlighting and addressing the social determinants of health, as well as the facilitation of community engagement to influence health and well-being outcomes. I have a particular interest in qualitative research, which I have utilised in the field of sociology and community psychology; my MA thesis focused on analysing the impact of local pubs on community integration and social inclusion.


  • BA Sociology, First Class Honours (University of Durham)
  • MA Community Psychology, Merit (University of Brighton)