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Dr Amber Beynon

Dr Amber Beynon is an early career researcher with research interests in the impact of information technology on the health of young populations and in the epidemiology of musculoskeletal pain. Amber completed her PhD in 2021 looking at the risk factors of back pain in young populations. Amber has experience working with ongoing longitudinal studies of young populations; the Raine Study and the CHAMPS Study-DK, as well as experience in conducting review articles such as scoping reviews and systematic reviews. Amber will be involved in the Topaz project and will co-run a series of seminars on how to conduct transdisciplinary structured reviews, from systematic reviews to realist reviews.



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