Hannah joined Kings in March 2020 to work on the IMPARTS Peer Support Platform Project. This project aims to co-produce an online psychoeducation and peer support platform for people with long-term conditions and subthreshold depression, which can be readily embedded in routine NHS care. Prior to working at Kings, Hannah worked in the UCL Department of Behavioural Science and Health, investigating experiences of clinical depression and long-term physical health conditions.
Hannah was awarded a first-class honours degree in BSc Psychology at Cardiff Metropolitan University, during which she undertook a psychology placement at Hafan y Coed, an Adult Mental Health Unit at University Hospital Llandough. Hannah then completed an MSc in Health Psychology at City, University of London.
Hannah’s research interests include the interaction between mental and physical health, behaviour change, integrative care, and qualitative methods.
- Mental and physical health comorbidities
- Depression linked to long term physical health conditions
- Using qualitative methodological approaches
- Patient participatory approach to research