Rachael is a Research Fellow in the Inequalities Research Unit here at the Bradford Institute of Health Research. Rachael is particularly interested in the study of patient safety, nutrition and contemporary issues in healthcare.
In July 2019, Rachael completed her PhD in Health Psychology at the University of Leeds where she examined the impact of stress on the eating behaviours of primary school children and young adults.

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Josie Dickerson, Sally Bridges, Kathryn Willan, Brian Kelly, Rachael H. Moss, Jennie Lister, Chandani Netkitsing, Amy L. Atkinson, Philippa K. Bird, Eleanora P. Uphoff, Dan Mason, Alex Newsham, Dagmar Waiblinger, Rifat Razaq, Sara Ahern, Maria Bryant, Sarah L. Blower, Kate E. Pickett, Rosemary M. McEachan, John Wright, (2022). Born in Bradford’s Better Start (BiBBS) interventional birth cohort study: Interim cohort profile. Wellcome Open Research, 7(224),
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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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Rachael H Moss, Jamilla Hussain, Shahid Islam, Neil Small, Josie Dickerson , (2022). Applying the community readiness model to identify and address inequity in end-of-life care in South Asian communities. SAGE DOI: 10.1177/02692163221146587,
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Josie Dickerson, Bridget Lockyer, Rachael H. Moss, Charlotte Endacott, Brian Kelly, Sally Bridges, Kirsty L. Crossley, Maria Bryant, Trevor A. Sheldon, John Wright, Kate E. Pickett, Rosemary R.C. McEachan, (2021). COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in an ethnically diverse community: descriptive findings from the Born in Bradford study. Coronavirus (COVID-19)