Dr Angela Morgan

Qualifications: PhD, FHEA, PGCE, BSc (Hons) Psychology

Role: Senior Researcher

Research Group lead: Social welfare, policy and inequalities

Angela has a strong track record in health services research, evaluation and policy analysis. Her research interests include improving the mental health and wellbeing of victims of interpersonal violence, and research methods for working with vulnerable children and young people.

Curriculum Vitae

Dr Angela Morgan Academic CV (PDF 527K, Downloads file)  


Research Projects

  • Evaluation of the West Midlands Veteran Housing 'Home to Work' scheme for veterans, Birmingham and Wolverhampton. For Home Group Ltd.
  • Economic Evaluation of a Psychiatric Liaison Service. For Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership
  • EU Comparative: Counselling for Victims of Domestic Violence, in partnership with The Haven Wolverhampton. With financial support from the Daphne III Programme of the European Union
  • Developing a Multi-dimentional Outcomes Measurement Model for Children with Complex Needs. Knowledge Transfer Partnership, in partnership with Bryn Melyn Care, funded by the Technology Strategy Board
  • Missed Appointments in Primary Care Practice. For NHS Walsall
  • Tackling Diabetes: Evaluation of the X-PERT Patient Programme Wolverhampton. For Wolverhampton Community Partnership
  • Evaluation of Safeguarding Supervision and Development of a Child Welfare Self-efficacy Questionnaire. For Heart of Birmingham Teaching Primary Care Trust
  • Scoping Sexual Violence and Abuse in Wolverhampton: A Survey of Wolverhampton GPs and Primary Care Staff. For Wolverhampton Domestic Violence Forum and Government Office West Midlands
  • Evaluation of the Health Trainer Service. For NHS Nottinghamshire and NHS Bassetlaw
  • Sexual Violence and Abuse in Wolverhampton: A Problem Profile. For Wolverhampton Domestic Violence Forum and Government Office West Midlands

Research Student Supervision

  • David King - Social class within the therapeutic alliance: a Foucauldian discourse analysis
  • Elizabeth Rouse - Benefits of infant massage for vulnerable children and their carers and effective service delivery in a children’s centre context

External Engagement

  • Trustee of the Board of Access 2 Business
  • 'Secure and sustainable funding for specialist domestic violence counselling services: A shared vision'. Keynote address delivered at the ‘From Hearing to Healing: Specialist Counselling for Female and Child Victims of Domestic Violence’ conference, Novotel, Wolverhampton. 8 March 2013
  • Angela discusses working with local charity The Haven Wolverhampton on a two-year research project surrounding counselling survivors of domestic abuse
  • 'Boys as hidden, silent victims of honor based violence' (PDF 763K, Downloads file). Paper presented with John Thain at the  'Honour and Conflict: The Role of Boys' conference, Landsorganisation af Kvindekrisecentre (LOKK), Denmark, 17 November 2011

Contact Angela

Tel: 01902 322455
Fax: 01902 321161
E-mail: Angela-morgan@wlv.ac.uk