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Mr Sergio Silverio
Appointment
  • Research Assistant in Qualitative Methods
  • Reproductive Health
  • Inst for Women's Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

Having graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2016 as part of the first cohort reading the MPsycholSci (Hons) programme - an Integrated Masters of Psychological Sciences specialising in Clinical and Health Psychology, Sergio A. Silverio is now an academic Psychologist with a primary research interest in the 'Female Psychology' branch of 'The Psychology of Women'.  His Master's research into older never married women attracted critical acclaim from The British Psychological Society.

 Sergio A. Silverio has worked with various academics, both in the United Kingdom and in Italy (whilst studying on an Erasmus Exchange at the Universit√† degli Studi di Padova), as a Research Assistant before being appointed to the Research Department of Reproductive Health within the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Institute for Women's Health as a Research Assistant in Qualitative Methods.

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Research Summary

Sergio A. Silverio adopts a lifecourse analysis approach, using qualitative methodologies to examine women's mental health and social wellbeing outcomes in relation to changes in gender identity.  His research, to date, has focused on later-life femininity, psychological androgyny, gender identity, widowhood, and Mother-Midwife interactions.  Despite these broad interests, his work is linked by having always been lensed using perspectives on gender and psychological health.

In his role as Research Assistant in Qualitative Methods at the UCL EGA IfWH, Sergio A. Silverio will be involved in undertaking and analysing interviews with women recruited to the 'Variations in the organisation of Early Pregnancy Assessment Units in the UK and their effect on clinical, service and patient-centred outcomes' [VESPA] study; about their experiences of their pregnancy and their use of the Early Pregnancy Assessment Units.

Teaching Summary

Sergio A. Silverio starting lecturing formally when still undertaking his first degree, having been invited to return to his Erasmus Exchange host university (Universit√† degli Studi di Padova) to lecture on his research.  To date, he has taught Psychologists, Anthropologists, and Midwives, as well tutoring an array of other Social Scientists and Health Care Professionals.

Academic Background
2016 MPsych Master of Psychology – Psychological Sciences University of Liverpool
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