I joined King’s in 2015 as an administrator at the King’s Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR), after achieving a BSc in Psychology at Northumbria University. I completed an MSc in Health Psychology at University College London in 2017, after which I worked as a research assistant at KCMHR for a number of military mental health studies.
I am currently a research assistant in Psychological Medicine for the TIDES study, which looks to tackle inequality and discrimination experiences in health services.
Expertise and Public Engagement
I coordinate the SELPh (South East London Photography) group; part of the HERON network (https://heronnetwork.com/). This group uses photo-voice to allow people in recovery from mental illness to express their feelings and experiences through photography.
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