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Dr Rosie Mansfield
55-59 Gordon Square
London
Appointment
  • Research Fellow
  • IOE - Social Research Institute
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

Rosie is a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies investigating the association between social isolation, loneliness, and wellbeing across the life course and between five successive British birth cohort studies (National Survey of Health and Development (NSHD, 1946), National Child Development Study (NCDS, 1958), British Cohort Study (BCS, 1970), Next Steps (NS, 1989), and the Millennium Cohort Study (MCS, 2000-02)). The project is funded by the ESRC as part of their Secondary Data Analysis Initiative, and is the first large-scale study of social isolation, loneliness and wellbeing in the UK.


Prior to her current post, Rosie achieved her BSc. and MPhil. in Psychology at the University of Liverpool, and between 2013-2017 was a demonstrator, academic tutor and researcher in the School of Psychology. She published work relating to addiction, the wider social determinants of mental health, and learning and teaching in higher education. Combining her interests in mental health and education, Rosie went on to complete her PhD at the Institute of Education, University of Manchester, and worked on the Department for Education funded, Education for Wellbeing Programme. Her PhD made a critical contribution to theory, method and practice relating to school-based mental health literacy interventions and their evaluation. Rosie continues to collaborate with colleagues from UCL, the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, and the University of Manchester on mixed methods research relating to the implementation and evaluation of school-based mental health and wellbeing interventions. 

Research Summary

ESRC Social Isolation, Loneliness and Wellbeing across the life course and between five successive British birth cohort studies.


Department for Education, Education for Wellbeing Programme

Teaching Summary

Rosie is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), and has taught at the University of Liverpool, the University of Manchester, and UCL on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses (BSc. Psychology and BSc. Social Sciences, M.Ed. Psychology of Education, and Doctorate in Counselling Psychology). Modules include Research Methods and Statistics, Research Issues in Psychology and Education, Foundations in Psychology, Clinical and Health Psychology, and Psychology in the Real World. 

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