Charlotte joined the Born in Bradford team in May 2019 as a Project Support Officer and moved into her current Research Fellow role in May 2020. Charlotte is part of the Better Start Bradford Innovation Hub team working in the evaluation work stream. Charlotte’s background is in health and social research with an MSc in Applied Health Research and a degree in Sociology with Criminology from the University of York. Previously, Charlotte gained experience in research working at the University of Plymouth as a Research Assistant before relocating back to York. Charlotte’s research interests lie in exploring the social determinants of health inequalities in societies.

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Bridget Lockyer, Charlotte Endacott, Josie Dickerson & Laura Sheard , (2022). Growing up during a public health crisis: a qualitative study of Born in Bradford early adolescents during Covid-19. Springer DOI: 10.1186/s40359-022-00851-3,
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Josie Dickerson, Bridget Lockyer, Claire McIvor, Daniel D. Bingham, Kirsty L. Crossley, Charlotte Endacott, Rachael H. Moss, Helen Smith, Kate E. Pickett, and Rosie R.C. McEachan, (2022). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on families living in the ethnically diverse and deprived city of Bradford: findings from the longitudinal Born in Bradford COVID-19 research programme. Bristol University Press 73-87. DOI: 10.51952/9781447364504.ch005,
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Stephanie L. Prady ,Charlotte Endacott, Josie Dickerson, Tracey J. Bywater, Sarah L. Blower, (2021). Inequalities in the identification and management of common mental disorders in the perinatal period: An equity focused re-analysis of a systematic review. PLOS ONE DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0248631,
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Lisa Y. Gibson; Bridget Lockyer; Josie Dickerson; Charlotte Endacott; Sally Bridges; Rosemary McEachan; Kate E. Pickett; Sarah Whalan; Natasha Bear; Desiree Silva; Susan L. Prescott; Jacqueline A. Davis. , (2021). Comparison of Experiences in Two Birth Cohorts Comprising Young Families with Children under Four Years during the Initial COVID-19 Lockdown in Australia and the UK: A Qualitative Study. Enviromental Research and Public Health , 18(17), DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18179119,
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Lisa Y. Gibson, Bridget Lockyer, Josie Dickerson, Charlotte Endacott, Sally Bridges, Rosemary R. C. McEachan, Kate E. Pickett, Sarah Whalan, Natasha L. Bear, Desiree T. Silva, Susan L. Prescott and Jacqueline A. Davis , (2021). Comparison of Experiences in Two Birth Cohorts Comprising Young Families with Children under Four Years during the Initial COVID-19 Lockdown in Australia and the UK: A Qualitative Study. MDPI, 18(17), DOI: 10.3390/ijerph18179119 ,