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KAtie Atmore

Ms Katie Atmore

Research Assistant


Katie completed a research M.Sc in Neuroscience at the University of Cape Town, studying the neurochemical impact of social isolation, before turning her interests to population health and undertaking the Global Mental Health M.Sc at KCL and LSHTM in 2017.

She has since worked in mental health research in the UK, South Africa, Kenya and Mozambique on projects in intellectual disability advocacy, experiences of gender-based violence, human-centred design with young mothers and peer-education.  She joined The Section for Women’s Mental Health in 2019 as a research assistant working with Professor Louise Howard on The Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness of Community Perinatal Mental Health Services (ESMI-II) project. This work involves a realist evaluation of services through mixed-methods qualitative interviewing of service providers, mothers and significant others and service level data analysis.

Research Interests

  • Women’s mental health
  • Adolescent mental health
  • Service design and innovation