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Bioethics Centre staff profile

Nicola Liebergreen

PositionAssistant Research Fellow
DepartmentBioethics Centre
QualificationsBA (SocSci) PGDipChIs Doctoral candidate
Research summarySociology, animal ethics, ethics of working with children and youth, sexual harm prevention

Research

A sociologist by trade, I currently work in the Bioethics Centre exploring societal and stakeholder attitudes towards novel antimicrobial development. My research is focused on the use of qualitative methodologies to inform policy and practice.

I have also written on a variety of health-related topics, including the prevention of sexual abuse and patient attitudes towards drug tapering.

Publications

Hayward, M., Treharne, G. J., Liebergreen, N., Graham, K., & Beres, M. (2021). Residual rape myth acceptance among young women who have recently completed a sexual violence prevention workshop. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 50(2), 46-54.

Woodhouse, J., Carr, A., Liebergreen, N., Anderson, L., Beausoleil, N. J., Zobel, G., & King, M. (2021). Conceptualizing indigenous human-animal relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand: An ethical perspective. Animal, 11, 2899. doi: 10.3390/ani11102899

Stojanov, Z., Treharne, G. J., Graham, K., Liebergreen, N., Shaw, R., Hayward, M., & Beres, M. (2021). Pro-social bystander sexual violence prevention workshops for first year university students: Perspectives of students and staff of residential colleges. Kōtuitui, 16(2), 432-447. doi: 10.1080/1177083X.2021.1906712

Graham, K., Treharne, G. J., Liebergreen, N., Stojanov, Z., Shaw, R., & Beres, M. A. (2021). A qualitative exploration of barriers to university students’ willingness to attend sexual violence prevention workshops. Sex Education, 21(2), 148-160. doi: 10.1080/14681811.2020.1772225

Chan, S. J., Stamp, L. K., Liebergreen, N., Ndukwe, H., Marra, C., & Treharne, G. J. (2020). Tapering biologic therapy for rheumatoid arthritis: A qualitative study of patient perspectives. Patient, 13, 225-234. doi: 10.1007/s40271-019-00403-9