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Sam Norton
Sam Norton

Dr Sam Norton PhD

Reader in Research Methods and Statistics

Research interests

  • Psychology

Biography

Dr Sam Norton is a Reader with a joint appointment across the Department of Psychology and the Department of Inflammation Biology. He has expertise in research methods and statistics, particularly psychometrics and longitudinal data analysis. Sam works with several large prospective cohort studies, mainly of people with inflammatory arthritis, and trials of complex interventions for people with a range of chronic physical health conditions. 

 

Research Interests:

  • Mental health and quality of life in chronic physical health conditions 
  • Patient reported outcome measurement 
  • Complex intervention evaluation 

Teaching:

  •  Research Methods in Psychology 
  •  Designing Clinical Research

 

Expertise and Public Engagement: 

  • Statistics lead for the NIHR Research Design Service (RDS) London.
  • See more about RDS here.  

    Research

    XPAND Trial (Enhancing XP Photoprotection Activities – New Directions)

    A study of patients with Xeroderma Pigmentosum - a rare genetic condition that interferes with the DNA repair process after exposure to ultraviolet radiation.

    Project status: Ongoing

    King's flag London
    Health Psychology Section

    Health Psychology Section is a global leading centre of clinical health psychology at King's College London

    News

    New NIHR Research Support Service established at King's College London

    The National Institute of Health and Care Research (NIHR) has awarded £6.8 million to King’s College London to establish a new Research Support Service that...

    NIHR Research Support

    New platform looks to provide mental health support to school children

    A new platform, developed with the help of Master’s students from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London, has...

    school exam pupil student

    Alcohol misuse remains high among UK military personnel who were in service at the start of the 2003 conflict in Iraq

    The King’s Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR) has found that more than two thirds (68%) of UK military personnel continue to misuse alcohol at levels...

    Researchers identify the reasons for drinking in UK military personnel

      Research

      XPAND Trial (Enhancing XP Photoprotection Activities – New Directions)

      A study of patients with Xeroderma Pigmentosum - a rare genetic condition that interferes with the DNA repair process after exposure to ultraviolet radiation.

      Project status: Ongoing

      King's flag London
      Health Psychology Section

      Health Psychology Section is a global leading centre of clinical health psychology at King's College London

      News

      New NIHR Research Support Service established at King's College London

      The National Institute of Health and Care Research (NIHR) has awarded £6.8 million to King’s College London to establish a new Research Support Service that...

      NIHR Research Support

      New platform looks to provide mental health support to school children

      A new platform, developed with the help of Master’s students from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London, has...

      school exam pupil student

      Alcohol misuse remains high among UK military personnel who were in service at the start of the 2003 conflict in Iraq

      The King’s Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR) has found that more than two thirds (68%) of UK military personnel continue to misuse alcohol at levels...

      Researchers identify the reasons for drinking in UK military personnel