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Joanne O'Keeffe


  • Room 02.002 - 4 Fitzwilliam Street

    United Kingdom


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Joanne is particularly interested in research with children and young people in the area of academic attainment, health and wellbeing, in particular those children and young people from socio-economic disadvantaged backgrounds. She completed her PhD, ‘A Feasibility Study and a Pilot Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial of the PAX ‘Good Behaviour Game’ in Disadvantaged Schools’ in 2019 and she is also a Partner Trainer for PAX Good Behaviour Game ©. 

Joanne has also worked on numerous randomized controlled trials in education (RCTs). She has worked for the University for 14 years and has experience of working across many different projects including international research projects and more recently providing evaluation support for the University’s Widening Participation Unit (WPU). Working as part of the WPU team Joanne advises on suitable evaluation strategies of outreach delivery and supports the team with developing an evidence-based practice within the Unit.


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