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Miss Imogen Kilcoyne

Research Assistant

Biography

Imogen is a Research Assistant working on a variety of projects for the Biomedical Research Centre. Her role includes leading three PPI groups of service users with lived experience of mental health difficulties. In addition, she recruits clinicians and service users for a study developing a Multi-Criterion Decision Model for outcomes of cognitive remediation therapy for psychosis.

Prior to joining the Department of Psychology at King’s, Imogen completed her BA in Experimental Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Oxford, graduating in 2022.

 

Research Interests

  • Psychosis
  • Patient and Public Involvement
  • Qualitative Research Methods

Teaching

Imogen currently facilitates the HSDTC114 - Supporting Service Users for Researchers using Consent for Contact (C4C) course

Expertise and Public Engagement

Outside of work, Imogen volunteers at King’s College Hospital in the Adult Emergency Department to expand her skills with clinical populations. 

    Research

    Adolescent Mental Health Advisory Group
    Adolescent Mental Health Advisory Group

    12-17 year olds who have lived experience of mental health problems

    IoPPN
    Young Person's Mental Health Advisory Group

    16-25 year olds with lived experience of using mental health services

      Research

      Adolescent Mental Health Advisory Group
      Adolescent Mental Health Advisory Group

      12-17 year olds who have lived experience of mental health problems

      IoPPN
      Young Person's Mental Health Advisory Group

      16-25 year olds with lived experience of using mental health services