Dr Rachael Sharman
Dr Rachael Sharman is a senior lecturer and researcher in psychology, specialising in child/adolescent development. Rachael's research is focused on the optimal and healthy development of the paediatric brain and has covered the neuro/psychological impacts of: dietary practices of parents and their children; physical activity; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; genetic disorders; concussion and childhood trauma. Rachael current interests include: children’s play opportunities and the built environment; child protection issues including sexual abuse and high-conflict custody disputes; social media and adolescent development; transitions from education to the workplace.
Podcasts | Interviews
Women’s and Children’s Health Update: Nature prescriptions
Dr Rachael Sharman | Created on 15 July 2021