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Biography

Hannah joined the Cicely Saunders Institute in 2020 as a mixed methods research assistant working on the Children’s Palliative care Outcomes Scale (C-POS) study. Hannah is also a part of the Cicely Saunders Institute Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Group and is the Trans Matters Champion for the department.

Hannah graduated from York St. John University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in Children, Young People and Families and was also awarded both the Undergraduate Programme Prize for achieving the highest classification mark on her programme and the Undergraduate Dissertation Prize for achieving the highest mark on her programme for her dissertation on transitions through UK mental health services. Hannah also earned a Master of Science in Social Policy and Social Research from University College London from which she graduated in 2020.

Research interests:

Children's voice and participation in research about them.

 

Research profile 

Description

I teach on:

  • Research Methods and Statistics in Palliative Care
  • Applying psychosocial, cultural, spiritual and ethical issues to palliative and end of life care