Emma Plugge selected bibliography
- Barnett I, Ariana P, Petrou S, Penny ME, Duc LT, Galab S, Woldehanna T, Escobal JA, Plugge E, and Boyden J (2012) Cohort Profile: The Young Lives Study Int J Epidemiol.
- Cole DC, Plugge EH, and Jackson SF (2012) Placements in global health masters' programmes: what is the student experience? J Public Health (Oxf).
- Fischer J, Butt C, Dawes H, Foster C, Neale J, Plugge E, Wheeler C, and Wright N (2012) Fitness levels and physical activity among class A drug users entering prison British Journal of Sports Medicine, 46:1142–1144.
- Herbert K, Plugge E, Foster C, and Doll H (2012) Prevalence of risk factors for non-communicable diseases in prison populations worldwide: A systematic review The Lancet, 379:1975–1982.
- Herbert K, Plugge E, Foster C, and Doll H (2012) Authors' reply The Lancet, 380:1227–1228.
Educational research and the health of marginalized populations
Emma Plugge is the Course Director for the MSc Global Health Science and a University Research Lecturer. She is a qualified doctor and an honorary consultant in public health. She is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has a keen interest in educational research, particularly interprofessional education and capacity building for public health. She worked overseas in Central America and Southern Africa before training in general practice and public health in Europe. Her research now focuses on the health of marginalised groups and she is currently working on projects examining the health of asylum seekers and other migrants, and people in contact with the Criminal Justice System.