SHERA Research Group is a collective of multidisciplinary professionals with over 200 years cumulative experience of working in health inequalities, law and domestic abuse research and support organisations. Some of our members are survivors who wish to remain anonymous for safety reasons.
Dr Elizabeth Dalgarno is the Director and Founder of SHERA. Lecturer and Researcher specialising in Health
Dr Emma Katz is an internationally-renowned expert in domestic violence and coercive control.
Dr Adrienne Barnett is a Reader in Law at Brunel University, specialising in domestic abuse.
Rasteen Riyahi-Boni works as a paralegal in the City for Osmond & Osmond.
Kathryn Spearman is a trauma and violence predoctoral fellow at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Natalie Page founded #thecourtsaid and is also director of Survivor Family Network.
Jennifer is a community midwife with experience in caring for women and families.
Dr Sonja Ayeb-Karlsson's research area is broad and interdisciplinary.
Hannah is a clinical midwife with over a decade of experience in central Manchester.
Dr Bramwell is a research associate with the Health Policy, Organisation and Economics (HOPE).
Dr Saqba Batool is a researcher at Social Care and Society at the University of Manchester.
Dr. Gail Dines, a Professor Emerita of Sociology and Women’s Studies.
Dr Saira Khan is a HCPC registered Chartered Counselling Psychologist.
Cris is a partner and head of International Family law at Ben Hoare Bell LLP.
Dr Jennifer Obaseki, Immigration and Human Rights Law, Domestic Abuse, Family Law and Criminal Law Practice.
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