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Miss Esther Putzgruber

Research Assistant

Biography

Esther joined King’s College London at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience in October 2020 as a Research Assistant on The Resilience, Ethnicity and AdolesCent Mental Health (REACH) Study. This Study is nested in the Centre for Society and Mental Health's 'Young People and Social Change' programme and aims to understand the best ways to promote good mental health among young people from all backgrounds.

She completed her BSc Criminology at the University of Derby in 2018. Shortly after, Esther then proceeded to complete an MSc in Forensic Mental Health at Nottingham Trent University in 2019.

Research Interests: 

  • Adolescent Mental Health
  • Ethnicity and Mental Health
  • Social Inequalities
  • Discrimination

Research

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Resilience, Ethnicity & AdolesCent Mental Health

REACH aims to understand the impact that social circumstances and experiences have on young people’s mental health as they grow up in south London

Project status: Ongoing

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Health Inequalities Research Group

Health Inequalities Research Group is focused on delivering interdisciplinary research on inequalities in mental health in marginalised communities and across health services with an emphasis on race at the intersection of other social identities.

News

REACH team recognised for work improving adolescent mental health

A team of King’s researchers generating new information on the impact of social factors on young people’s mental health has been shortlisted for a Public...

The REACH team

Features

Young people's reflections on supporting adolescent mental health beyond the pandemic

How can we build back fairer post-Covid? Three REACH Community Champions reflect on our recent policy briefing.

Young people sit chatting on a wall

Research

reach-study-crop-cropped-780x440
Resilience, Ethnicity & AdolesCent Mental Health

REACH aims to understand the impact that social circumstances and experiences have on young people’s mental health as they grow up in south London

Project status: Ongoing

mental-health-and-brain-research-must-be-a-higher-priority-in-global-response-to-tackle-covid-19-pandemic-cropped-780x440
Health Inequalities Research Group

Health Inequalities Research Group is focused on delivering interdisciplinary research on inequalities in mental health in marginalised communities and across health services with an emphasis on race at the intersection of other social identities.

News

REACH team recognised for work improving adolescent mental health

A team of King’s researchers generating new information on the impact of social factors on young people’s mental health has been shortlisted for a Public...

The REACH team

Features

Young people's reflections on supporting adolescent mental health beyond the pandemic

How can we build back fairer post-Covid? Three REACH Community Champions reflect on our recent policy briefing.

Young people sit chatting on a wall