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Amy Ronaldson

Research Fellow

Biography

Amy is an MQ Research Fellow and Applied Statistician at the Centre for Implementation Science within the Health Service and Population Research Department, King’s College London.

She joined King’s College London in 2019 where she worked in the field of physical and mental multimorbidity. Currently, as part of her MQ fellowship, Amy is using routinely collected data to understand infectious disease mortality in severe mental illness. She is also involved in projects evaluating complex mental health interventions, and the impact of environmental risk factors on health outcomes.

Amy holds a PhD in Psychobiology from University College London. She has previously held positions at Queen Mary University of London and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster.

Research interests

  • Mental/physical multimorbidity
  • Mental health and infection
  • Quantitative methods
  • Routinely collected data
  • Evaluation of interventions
  • Environmental risk factors 

    Research

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    Centre for Implementation Science

    The Centre for Implementation Science is home to a team of expert implementation and improvement science researchers, including health economists and statisticians. This team are investigating how best to help ‘implement’ evidence-based practice and clinical research within health services nationally and internationally.

      Research

      iStock-CIS_1800by900
      Centre for Implementation Science

      The Centre for Implementation Science is home to a team of expert implementation and improvement science researchers, including health economists and statisticians. This team are investigating how best to help ‘implement’ evidence-based practice and clinical research within health services nationally and internationally.