Sophia Arthurs-Hartnett


Population Health, School of Medicine and Population Health

PhD student

Sophia Arthurs-Hartnett
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I began my PhD at the University of Sheffield in October 2021 as part of the White Rose-funded ARC Doctoral Cohort. My research aims to evaluate the School Streets intervention as a method to improve air quality, active travel and children’s safety and independence. I am also a Research Assistant for the Born in Bradford Research Program, located at the Bradford Institute for Health Research.  


BA Politics and Philosophy, University of Sheffield

MSc International Public Health (Humanitarian Assistance), Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Research interests

PhD title: Improvement is in the air: Using citizen scientists to co-evaluate theory-based interventions to improve air quality at the school gate