Dr Anne Krayer

Research Fellow

Contact info

Email: a.krayer@bangor.ac.uk

Telephone: 01248-388775

Fron Heulog, Friddoedd Road, Bangor

Teaching and Supervision

HEA Associate Fellow

I teach an introduction to NVivo, a number of sessions on methods and developing proposals at postgraduate level and a Public Health Nutrition Module NHS-422.

I supervise Masters and PhD students. Examples include:

  • Service user and caregiver involvement in Low and Middle-Income
    countries: A scoping review.
  • Optimising the effectiveness of Education about Psychosis in improving understanding and reducing stigmatising attitudes (ESRC DTP PhD Studentship)
  • What interventions are available for homeless people who have experienced childhood trauma? A systematic review.

  • Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarship (KESS): Everyday lives: exploring the experiences of people with a learning disability in the early stages of the new Social Services and Wellbeing Act (2014) Wales.
  • The challenges of evaluating co-production projects (KESS project)

  • Rewriting Scripts: Promoting multi-disciplinary services for users of methadone-prescription programmes (KESS project)

  • The forgotten mourners: supporting surviving siblings on the death of a child

Bangor University Undergraduate Internship Scheme (Huxley, Krayer, Carden & Nafees) 2020/21:

- Systematic review in mental health II: Goldberg-Huxley model of the pathways to psychiatric care. (Peter Huxley, Alicja Gromadzka, Sadia Nafees, Anne Krayer, Daniel Lai Jie. A systematic review of the Goldberg-Huxley model of the pathway to psychiatric care. PROSPERO 2021 CRD42021270603 Available from: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/display_record.php?ID=CRD42021270603).




  • Research Fellow, Centre for Mental Health and Society
  • Member of the Healthcare and Medical Sciences Academic Ethics Committee
  • Member of the Scientific Organising Committee of the Qualitative Research on Mental Health (QRMH) conference - an international transdisciplinary forum for dedicated qualitative research on a range of topics in the field of mental health.

MSc Public Health and Health Promotion
PhD Body Image in Adolescence
University of Wales, Bangor

I am interested in the broad areas of health service provision for people with mental health illness  and working with narrative approaches.  I am leading the qualitative work stream on the GCRF - South Asia Self Harm Initiative (SASHI, http://sashi.bangor.ac.uk/).

  • South Asia Self-Harm Initiative (SASHI) CA Robinson, P Huxley, A Krayer, M Krishna, K Nikopoulos & R Poole; Bangor University, UK. GV Krishnaveni & K Kumaran; CSI Holdsworth, Memorial Hospital, Mysore, India. R Rajendra; Mysore Medical College and Research Institute, Mysore, India. I Chaudhry; Pakistan Institute of Learning and Living, Karachi, Pakistan. N Chaudhry, N Husain, I Leroi & P Taylor; University of Manchester, UK. K Hawton; University of Oxford, UK. Funded by RCUK, Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) (£4,284,400). 2017-21.

  • Early review of the Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat, Wales. (Krayer, A. & Robinson & C.) Funded by the Welsh Government, Offender Health Policy (£10,000), 2016/17

  • Social network analysis for modelling integrated social care services for older people with complex needs: a feasibility study. (Orrell, A, Huxley, P & Krayer, A) Funded by Health and Care Research Wales (£215,852.00), 2016-18.
  • Improving assessment and treatment of mental disorder after Deliberate Self Harm in South India (Poole, R, Danivas, V, Krishna, M, Robinson, C., Sharma, V. & Majige, S). Funded by the Tropical Health Education Trust, DFID/Bangor University, £65,000, 2015-17
  • Self-harm: what are the research priorities and the service needs? (Anne Krayer, Bangor University & Sarah Kelly, National Association for People Abused in Childhood, NAPAC. Funded by the Strategic Insight Programme, Classic SIP, visiting grant (£2,500), 2015.
  • Vulnerable adults and anti-social behaviour: an exploration of current practice. (Krayer, A., Robinson, C.A., Poole, R., Jones, B., Isaac, M., Foulkes, T. & Lacy, F.). Funded by NISCHR (£169,495), 2013-2015.
  • Anti-Social Behaviour Incidence System: Narrative Research (Krayer, A. & Jones, B.). Funded by the Strategic Insight Programme, Classic SIP (£2,500) & Reverse SIP ((£2,000), 2012. See the case study for more details: http://www.siprogramme.org.uk/en/casestudieslv1/categories/health-wellbeing/item/379-bangor-university-dyfed-powys-police.
  • Service provision for people with mental health and substance misuse problems - the relationship between stigma and social exclusion (Robinson, CA, Krayer, A, Poole, R, Wolfendale, C). Funded by NISCHR (£109,863), 2011/2012.
  • Adult survivors and their families. Current needs and service responses (Seddon, D, Robinson, CA, Gwilym, H, McKeown, G). Funded by WORD (£123,391), 2010/2011.
  • Carers for people with mental health problems: needs assessment to service provision (Robinson, C A, Seddon, D and Bowen, S). Funded by the Big Lottery health and social care research fund, (£297,000), 2005-2010.
  • Unified Assessment in Wales: older people with complex needs and their families. (Seddon, D, Robinson, C A, Tommis, Y and Woods, B). Funded by WORD (£168,178), 2008/2010.
  • Enhancing Research Review Skills in Research Governance (Iphofen, R. and Robinson, C A). Funded by Consortia of Local Authorities in Midland and South and South East England, (£34,326), 2008/09.
  • Food and Fitness Grant scheme evaluation (Paisley, C, Robinson, C A and Krayer, A) Funded by the Welsh Assembly Government, Health Promotion Division, (£38,200), 2004-2007.
  • School meals project: Pupils’ food choices and factors influencing choice in primary and secondary schools in Wales (Paisley, C, Robinson, C A and Davies, D). Funded by Welsh Assembly Government, Health Promotion Division, (£56,000), 2005/06.
  • Needs assessment nutrition skills and knowledge primary care staff (Paisley, C, Lloyd, S and Barasi, M). Funded by Welsh Assembly Government and the Food Standards Agency Wales, (£2,352), 2005.

Contact Info

Email: a.krayer@bangor.ac.uk

Telephone: 01248-388775

Fron Heulog, Friddoedd Road, Bangor

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