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Professor Cynthia Graham

Professor Cynthia Graham

Research interests

  • Interventions to improve uptake of, and experiences of, condom use
  • Sexual Health in older adults
  • Innovative sex education interventions for adolescents

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Cynthia Graham is a Professor in Sexual and Reproductive Health and an HCPC-registered clinical and health psychologist. She is currently Deputy Head of Psychology (Director of Research), Co-Director of the Centre for Clinical and Community Applications of Health Psychology, member of the Centre for Sexual Health Research, and Chair of the Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences ethics committee. She is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Kinsey Institute, Indiana University and Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Sex Research. Her main areas of research interest are in contraception, sexual problems, and sexual health interventions and she has received funding for her research from the MRC and NIHR. She is co-convenor of a 3rd. year undergraduate module on sexual health, teaches on health psychology undergraduate and postgraduate modules, and supervises PhD students on topics related to human sexuality.