Miss Nora Morocza
Realist evaluation and implementation science, Human-nature connection, Health and environmental behaviour change, Mobile methodologies
Nora works on the evaluation of a range of health and social care programmes delivered by public and third sector organisations at local, regional and national level. These projects focus on health and social equity for marginalised communities, children and vulnerable adults. Her expertise includes realist evaluation methods and implementation science to inform health and social care programming.
She has extensive experience in researching human-nature connections, with specific interest in the links between human and ecosystem health; the health and wellbeing impact of nature connectedness, environmental activism and environmental justice, nature-based tourism and recreational walking. Nora is also coordinating the Institute for Connected Communities Early Career Researcher Training Programme at UEL. She is currently writing her PhD about recreational walking in the UK.
- PGCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
- Masters in Public Health (MPH)
- MA Psychology
- MA Literature and Hungarian Linguistics