Dr Pete Seaman
Public Health Programme Manager
Pete’s work is primarily focused within the Centre’s Assets and Resilience theme. Current research interests include understanding processes that promote individual and collective resilience, the role of alcohol across the life-course, the cultural dimensions of the Glasgow Effect, and active travel.
Pete is the Centre’s qualitative specialist and he offers appropriate methodological support across programmes. He has recently received funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Connected Communities programme to explore the use of arts based methods in understanding the relationships between community narratives and health. This work is in collaboration with the Universities of Cardiff, Birmingham, Highlands and Islands, Leeds and Glamorgan. His alcohol work has also received funding form the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.