Areas of study
Vaccine information-seeking behaviour: its predictors and influence on vaccination during pregnancy
Using incentives to promote a plant-based diet
Additional research projects
Richard Clarke is a Research Associate based at Newcastle University Business School. Before this role Richard conducted his PhD research with The Vaccine Confidence Project based and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and work as the Psychology Laboratory Technician at Regents University London.
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