POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW
University of Birmingham
Farina Kokab is a Research Fellow in the School of Social Policy. Farina has a background in Psychology and Social Research. She has applied her understanding of these fields to research health inequalities, social support, chronic disease prevention, women’s health and maternity, mental health and emotions. She works primarily on qualitative and mixed-method projects. Farina is currently working on the Wellcome Trust funded Shame and Medicine project involved in (but not limited to) recruitment, data collection and management, analysis and dissemination.
For more details you can see Farina’s University of Birmingham profile here.
For details on Farina’s publications, presentations and talks related to the Shame and Medicine project visit Publications.
You can also follow Farina on Twitter @FarinaK