Ms. Emmy Racine
Ms. Emmy Racine, PhD Student
Emmy is currently a PhD student within the ESPRIT (Evidence to Support Prevention, Implementation and Translation) research group. Her work explores the methods and impact of patient and public involvement (PPI) in the development of health interventions. Her supervisory team includes Prof. Patricia Kearney and Dr. Sheena McHugh.
Emmy graduated with a BA in Social Science in 2012 and an MBS in International Public Policy and Diplomacy in 2013. Prior to starting a PhD, she worked as a research assistant in the school since July 2016. Her work to date has largely been in the areas of patient focused-research and patient and public involvement (PPI).