Dr Tanya Graham
Tanya Graham is a Research Fellow in the Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care, King’s College London. She is currently working on a research programme to develop and evaluate medical devices and outcome measurement tools for people with vulnerable skin. Her research interests are in participatory research methods, codesign methodology, rare skin diseases and youth mental health. For her PhD, she worked with 30 young service users to co-create quality indicators for improving primary care services for young people with mental health problems. Tanya is also a Knowledge Exchange Associate with the Cultural Institute at King’s College London brokering collaborations between staff, students and artists to develop innovative ways of disseminating research and novel methods of teaching.
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