Vicky Carlisle is a PhD student in the School of Psychological Science and The NIHR School for Public Health Research at the University of Bristol. She graduated from the same university with a BSc (Hons) in Experimental Psychology in 2017. Prior to this, she worked in children’s social-care and volunteered for a drug and alcohol treatment provider. Her current research uses mixed methods to better understand the concept of recovery within opioid substitution treatment (OST).
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