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I am a research assistant working on the Learning Disability Mortality Review programme (LeDeR). This work aims to improve health outcomes for people with intellectual disability and/or autism with a specific focus on reducing mortality. As well as working alongside other researchers at King’s to perform literature reviews and compile reports, I also work closely with the ‘Staying Alive’ co-production group based at Kingston and St George’s University.
Prior to working at King’s, I completed a MSc in Psychological Sciences at UCL in 2021, after obtaining a BSc (Hons) in Natural Sciences from the university of Nottingham. During my studies I have worked as a learning disability teaching assistant, as a research assistant at UCL and as a mental healthcare assistant in a low-secure inpatient ward.
14 July 2022
The 2021 LeDeR report, which seeks to investigate and learn from the avoidable deaths of people with…