Zoe joined Public Health Wales in November 2016 as a Research Assistant working on the Violence and Early Intervention and Prevention projects.
Zoe has BSc Psychology degree from Cardiff University, during this time she spent her placement year in a high secure hospital where she collected data for the Victim Empathy Response Assessment project by interviewing patients. After graduating, Zoe supported vulnerable individuals at mental health and learning disability inpatient hospitals.
As well as her work with Public Health Wales, Zoe also works part-time at Cardiff University in the Forensic Psychiatry department, where she is responsible for the data management of the Groups for Alcohol-Misusing Short-Term Prisoners randomised control trial. In June 2016, Zoe presented the progress of this trial at the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services conference in New York.