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Miss Emma Lidington

Miss Emma Lidington

Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Cancer Behavioural Science

Research subject areas

  • Cancer

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Emma joined the Cancer Prevention Trials Unit at KCL in February 2022 as a post-doctoral research associate in behavioural science. Emma's background is in psychobiology and public health research. She conducted her PhD on the care experiences and supportive care needs of young adults with cancer. She also conducted similar work focusing on the development and use of patient-reported outcomes in cancer research and routine care and is currently the Publications Editor of the EORTC Quality of Life Group. She moved from the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust where she was a trial manager in a new team implementing a system for digitally collecting patient-reported outcomes in clinical trials. Her research now focuses on using behavioural science to understand and encourage participation in cancer prevention clinical trials and screening programmes. 

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