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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Ms Juliet Henderson, BSc BA MSc




I have spent over 20 years in psychology research, focusing on studies related to child health, mental health, criminal behaviour and addictions. Many of the studies I have worked on have included project management roles including managing research staff, liaison with statisticians and database developers and finance management.


My current role includes working alongside academics, students, research fellows and primary care staff in the community and at QM to support applicants for smaller and larger research grants and capacity building awards.




  1. Parkin S, Neale J, Roberts E, et al. Conducting rapid qualitative research amongst people with experience of rough sleeping in London during the COVID-19 pandemic. Research Methods in Medicine & Health Sciences. November 2021. doi:1177/26320843211061301



  1. Gilchrist, G., et al. (2021) Findings from a feasibility trial of the ADVANCE integrated intervention to address both substance use and intimate partner abuse perpetration by men in substance use treatment. BMC Public Health, 21:980 DOI: 10.1186/s12889-021-11012-3




  1. Love B, Henderson J, Johnson A, et al. The Challenges of Conducting Qualitative Research on “couples” in Abusive Intimate Partner Relationships Involving Substance Use. Qualitative Health Research. 2021;31(4):767-777. doi:10.1177/1049732320975722



  1. A study protocol to assess the feasibility of conducting an evaluation trial of the ADVANCE integrated intervention to address both substance use and intimate partner abuse perpetration to men in substance use treatment. Gail Gilchrist, Sabine Landau, Polly Radcliffe, Mary McMurran, Gene Feder, Caroline Easton, Steve Parrott, Sara Kirkpatrick, Juliet Henderson, Laura Potts, Danielle Stephens-Lewis, Amy Johnson, Beverly Love, Gemma Halliwell, Sandi Dheensa, Cassandra Berbary, Jinshuo Li, John Strang and Elizabeth Gilchrist Pilot and Feasibility Studies (2020) 6:62  


  1. The interplay between substance use and intimate partner violence

perpetration: A meta-ethnography Gail Gilchrist, Fay Dennis,1, Polly Radcliffe, Juliet Henderson, Louise M. Howard, David Gadd International Journal of Drug Policy volume 65, Volume 65, March 2019, Pages 8-23  


  1. The Dynamics of domestic abuse and drug and alcohol dependency Gadd, D, Henderson, J, Radcliffe, P, Stephens-Lewis, D. Johnson, Amy, Gilchrist, G 3. British Journal of Criminology 7 May 2019


  1. What Role Does Substance Use Play in Intimate Partner Violence? A Narrative Analysis of In-Depth Interviews with Men in Substance Use Treatment and Their Current or Former Female Partner Polly RadcliffeDavid GaddJuliet HendersonBeverly LoveDanielle Stephens-LewisAmy JohnsonElizabeth GilchristGail Gilchrist. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 3 October 2019


  1. Interventions to Reduce Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration by Men Who Use Substances: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Efficacy Danielle Stephens-LewisAmy JohnsonAlyson HuntleyElizabeth GilchristMary McMurranJuliet HendersonGene FederLouise M. HowardGail Gilchrist Trauma Violence and Abuse, 11 November 2019

9.    Delivering an Optimised Behavioural Intervention (OBI) to people with low back pain with high psychological risk; results and lessons learnt from a feasibility randomised controlled trial of Contextual Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CCBT) vs. Physiotherapy Pincus, T. Anwar, S, McCracken, LM. McGregor, A. Graham, L. Collinson, M. McBeth, J. Watson, P. Morley, S, Henderson, J, Farrin, AJ 16 Jun 2015 In : BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders.


  1. Co-ordinated publication of: Mult Scler Relat Disord. 2015 May;4(3):202-18. doi: 10.1016/j.msard.2015.02.005. Epub 2015 Mar 2. Achieving patient engagement in multiple sclerosis: A perspective from the multiple sclerosis in the 21st Century Steering Group. Rieckmann P, Boyko A, Centonze D, Elovaara I, Giovannoni G, Havrdová E, Hommes O, Kesselring J, Kobelt G, Langdon D, LeLorier J, Morrow SA, Oreja-Guevara C, Schippling S, Thalheim C, Thompson H, Vermersch P.



  1. Please note there are many publications and reports for the government departments from the National Evaluation of Sure Start and Family Nurse partnership programmes from 2001 to 2016 where over 50 researchers worked on the studies.


  1. Randomized controlled trial of brief cognitive behaviour therapy versus treatment as usual in recurrent deliberate self-harm: the POPMACT study (2003) Tyrer P, Thompson S, Schmidt U, Jones V, Knapp M, Davidson K, Catalan J, Airlie J, Baxter S, Byford S, Byrne G, Cameron S, Caplan R, Cooper S, Ferguson B, Freeman C, Frost S, Godley J, Greenshields J, Henderson J, Holden N, Keech P, Kim L, Logan K, Manley C, Patience L, Ramsay L, De Munroz S, Scott J, Seivewright H, Sivakumar K, Tata P, Thornton S, Ukoumunne C, Wessely S Psychological Medicine 33 6 969-976


  1. The economic consequences of social phobia (2002) Patel A, Knapp M, Henderson J, Baldwin D Journal of Affective Disorders 68 2-3 221-233


  1. International differences in home treatment for mental health problems. Results of a systematic review (2002) Burns T, Catty J, Watt H, Wright C, Knapp M, Henderson J British Journal of Psychiatry 181 5 375-382


15.  Financial cost of social exclusion: follow up study of antisocial children into adulthood Stephen Scott, Martin Knapp, Juliet Henderson, Barbara Maughan British Medical Journal Vol 323, July 2001

16.  Knapp, Martin and Henderson, Juliet (1999) Health economics perspectives and evaluation of child and adolescent mental health services Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 12 (4). 393-397. ISSN 0951-736713.



17.  The lifetime cost of childhood conduct disorder, Henderson, Juliet (1997)  Mental Health Research Review 4, April (1997) PSSRU, CEMH, Institute of Psychiatry  

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