Cherie Armour

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  • Room 03.533 - David Keir Building

    United Kingdom

20092021

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Cherie Armour is a Professor of Psychological Trauma and Mental Health in the School of Psychology at Queens University Belfast. Professor Armour is the Director of the Stress Trauma and Related Conditions (STARC) Research Lab. Cherie has published extensively (>130) in the field of Psychotraumatology and Mental Health. Cherie has a particular interest in occupational groups that are at increased risk of experiencing trauma and traumatic stress outcomes due to their occupational roles, for example, military, police, and emergency service workers; such as those in the fire and ambulance services.  Cherie has also published on the nosology, comorbidity, and longitudinal course of disorders such as PTSD, dissociation, anxiety, and depression. Recently Professor Armour has focused on research that investigates the mechanisms that explain risk and resilience as it relates to a wide variety of mental health outcomes. A new and exciting line of research enquiry relates to the underpinning mechanisms explaining the relationship between sleep and mental health outcomes such as PTSD. Professor Armour has an MSc in Forensic Psychology and a research interest in trauma and mental health in offender populations; currently Cherie co-supervises two PhD students working with the Probation Board Northern Ireland (PBNI). Cherie has also conducted a number of research papers and reports on domestic violence and child maltreatment. From a methodological perspective, Cherie has particular expertise in the application of advanced quantitative statistical modelling to population representative data and has completed several research projects utilising qualitative interviewing methodology.  

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