Rose Mortimer

Rose Mortimer

Individual Partner: Rose Mortimer, DPhil Candidate, University of Oxford

Preferred contact: rose.mortimer@stcatz.ox.ac.uk

Brief Description of Work:

I am supervised by Ilina Singh (Psychiatry) and Mike Parker (Ethox).

I am part of Mothers: Early Intervention Ethics (MO:EIE), a project which focuses on the social, political and ethical dimensions of early intervention in maternal health and child development. I focus on Mother and Baby Units in UK Women’s Prisons; seeking to understand how parenting support is enacted and valued, and how conflicts between justice and care are negotiated

I have also undertaken work concerning values inherent in childhood psychiatric disorders, focussing on ADHD. Additionally, I have conducted qualitative work around the values and diagnostic labels in eating disorders.

Key Words: Resident in: UK Working in: UK Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications/website, Education, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar), Meeting/other/[please specify], Policy/Commissioning, Publications/CUP series, Research/philosophy, Research/bioethics Related Area(s) of Interest: Evidence-based practice, Ethics, Medical humanities/literature, Law, Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Child Health, Carer, Mental health/General, Childhood mental health / maternal mental health, Well-being, prison health

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