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Student Projects

There are a number of student projects linked to SELCoH.

As of 2018 there are 10 MSc projects that have utilised datasets produced by the SELCoH Study.

Additionally the following PhD projects are based on SELCoH data:  

Name:  John G. Mills

Title of PhD:  Defining the prevalence of subjects at ultra high risk of developing psychosis in the general population

Supervisors:  Professor Philip McGuire; Dr Craig Morgan; Dr Avi Reichenberg

Link with SELCoH/How the data is used for your PhD

This project will compare the early life experiences between the general population and those who have developed psychosis, to see whether or not these experiences can be linked to distress or disorder in later life. Interviews will be conducted with volunteers from the SELCoH study as well as patients suffering from psychosis.

Funders: This project is jointly funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC) and the Department of Psychosis Studies at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London.

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Name:  Lisa Aschan

Title of PhD: Inequalities in Health and Service Utilization in South East London

Supervisors:  Dr Stephani Hatch and Dr Max Henderson

Link with SELCoH/How the data is used for your PhD

This project will be using SELCoH data to better understand how people who suffer from both mental and physical illness access services. By linking SELCoH data to medical records of consenting participants, the project will look at how specific barriers to care may be experienced by different groups. 

Funders: The project is funded by Institute of Psychiatry Excellence Studentship

 

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Name: Billy Gazard

Title of PhD:  Individuals and Institutions: Structural Discrimination and Health Inequalities in South East London

Supervisors- Dr. Stephani Hatch and Professor Matthew Hotopf

Link with SELCoH/How the data is used for your PhD

This project will investigate how discrimination that people face in education, housing and employment may affect their health. This mixed-methods study includes a quantitative analysis of SELCoH study data and a qualitative analysis of data from in-depth interviews with people working in relevant organisations as well as community members who have experienced discrimination.  

Funders: The project is funded by theKings College London Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Doctoral Studentship

 

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Name: Laura Nellums

Title of PhD: The Impact of Migration and Stressful Life Events on Women’s Mental Health

Supervisors: Professor Louise Howard and Dr. Stephani Hatch

This mixed-methods study includes a quantitative analysis of SELCoH study data and a qualitative analysis of data from in-depth interviews with first generation immigrant women and women born in the UK from the SELCoH study and community organisations in London. 

Funders: The project is funded by a Biomedical Research Studentship from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Mental Health Biomedical Research Centre at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London; an Overseas Research Student Award; and a King’s International Graduate Scholarship

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