Jennifer Chopra

Jennifer Chopra
Liverpool John Moores University | LJMU · School of Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I conduct research relating to suicide risk and prevention, domestic abuse, stalking and domestic homicides. I use a range of research methods and am experienced in quantitative, qualitative, mixed methods, evaluation of programs and interventions, systematic reviews, and latent class analysis.
Additional affiliations
March 2014 - present
Liverpool John Moores University
Position
  • Lecturer
September 2012 - February 2014
University of Hertfordshire
Position
  • Research Associate
Education
September 2009 - September 2012
University of Stirling
Field of study
  • Domestic abuse and suicide risk
September 2008 - September 2009
University of Stirling
Field of study
  • Psychological Research Methods
September 2004 - September 2008
Glasgow Caledonian University
Field of study
  • Psychology

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Publications (15)
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Background: Suicide is a major public health issue that increases the risk of suicide for those bereaved by suicide themselves. There is a lack of evaluation of the effectiveness and acceptability of suicide postvention services supporting those bereaved by suicide. Aims: This review aimed to assess evaluations of postvention services supporting...
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The COVID-19 pandemic and associated restrictions have had a negative impact on the mental health and wellbeing of many people worldwide, but this may have been particularly challenging for adolescents. However, there is a paucity of research examining the factors associated with good mental health during this time. The aim of the current study was...
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Intimate partner homicides are often situated within the context of domestic abuse, and although less prevalent than domestic abuse, there have been several multi-agency approaches to understanding the risk for these fatal crimes. Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHRs) were introduced in 2011 to provide information to help with assessing such risk. This...
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Purpose High suicide rates among men presents a global challenge for commissioners and clinicians. Innovative approaches towards suicide prevention interventions designed for men are needed. The James’ Place (JP) service opened in 2018, and its model of practice is a clinical, community-based intervention for men experiencing suicidal crisis. This...
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The aim of this study was to explore the experiences and perceived impact of the COVID-19 lockdowns among early adolescents in the northwest of England, as well as explore the self-care and coping strategies that helped the young people continue to thrive. Fourteen adolescents, 9 boys and 5 girls, were recruited from four secondary schools in North...
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Adolescents' Lockdown-Induced Coping Experiences (ALICE) study: A qualitative exploration of early adolescents' experiences of lockdown and reintegration http://researchonline.ljmu.ac.uk/id/eprint/15461/ Article LJMU has developed LJMU Research Online for users to access the research output of the University more effectively.
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Objectives: To conduct a 1-year evaluation of James' Place, a suicidal crisis centre delivering a clinical intervention in a community setting. Design: A case series study, following men entering the service during the first year of operation. Participants: Men experiencing a suicidal crisis referred to the service (N = 265), with N = 176 goin...
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Due to the continuing high suicide rates among young men, there is a need to understand help-seeking behaviour and engagement with tailored suicide prevention interventions. The aim of this study was to compare help-seeking among younger and older men who attended a therapeutic centre for men in a suicidal crisis. In this case series study, data we...
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Due to the continuing high suicide rates among young men, there is a need to understand help-seeking behaviour and engagement with tailored suicide prevention interventions. The aim of this study was to compare help-seeking among younger and older men who attended a therapeutic centre for men in a suicidal crisis. In this case series study, data we...
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The COVID-19 pandemic and associated restrictions have had a negative impact on the mental health and wellbeing of many people worldwide, but there is evidence to suggest this has been a particularly challenging for adolescents. However, there is a paucity of research examining the factors that have promoted good mental health during this time. The...
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Due to the continuing high suicide rates among young men, there is a need to understand help-seeking behaviour and engagement with tailored suicide prevention interventions. The aim of this study was to explore help-seeking behaviour and engagement for young men aged 18 to 30 years who attended a therapeutic centre for men in a suicidal crisis. In...
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p>The aim of this study was to explore the experiences and perceived impact of the COVID-19 lockdowns among early adolescents in the North West of England, as well as explore the self-care and coping strategies that helped the young people continue to thrive. Fourteen adolescents, 9 boys and 5 girls, from white ( n =8) and non-white ( n =6) backgro...
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p>The aim of this study was to explore the experiences and perceived impact of the COVID-19 lockdowns among early adolescents in the North West of England, as well as explore the self-care and coping strategies that helped the young people continue to thrive. Fourteen adolescents, 9 boys and 5 girls, from white ( n =8) and non-white ( n =6) backgro...
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Background: Understanding and effectively managing self-harm and suicide require collaborative research between stakeholders focused on shared priorities. Aims: We aimed to develop a consensus about suicide and self-harm research priorities in the North West of England using the Delphi method. Method: Items for the Delphi survey were generated thro...

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