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- Research Associate
- Epidemiology & Public Health
- Institute of Epidemiology & Health
- Faculty of Population Health Sciences
I graduated from the University of East London in 2001 in Psychology (BSc Hons), and I completed an MSc in Social Psychology at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2004. I was awarded my PhD in Psychology by Loughborough University in 2010. Since then I have been researching and teaching in the Social and Health Sciences.
Previous research activities have included:
- NIHR (Health Services Research) Project: "Improving the effectiveness of multidisciplinary team meetings for patients with chronic diseases”
- "National Overnight Hospital Bed Rail Audit" project
- "Smart Pods to reconfigure urgent healthcare delivery” project
I am a Research Associate on the National Institute for Health Research Health Services & Delivery Research Programme: "Mixed methods analysis of the London Hyperacute Stroke System: identifying lessons on 24/7 working".
The aim of the study is to develop understanding of effective 24/7 services, this study uses quantitative and qualitative methods to analyse organisation and provision of 24/7 care for a common disorder (acute stroke) in a large population (stroke admissions in London), focusing on services provided in all eight Hyperacute Stroke Units (HASUs), which were implemented across London in 2010.
- Qualitative Methods (MSc Health and Society/ Dental Public Health) (UCL)
- Small group tutorials - Medical School MBBS Year 4 “Screening, Health Economics and Health Care” (UCL)
- `Discovering Psychology` and `Social Psychology (Open University)
- `Psychology: Shaping the Discipline` and `Developmental and Social Psychology (Loughborough University
|2010||PGCert||Postgraduate Certificate||Loughborough University|
|2004||MSc||Master of Science||London School of Economics and Political Science|
|2001||BSc Hons||Bachelor of Science (Honours)||University of East London|