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Dr Victoria Ratti

Research Programme Manager

Biography

Victoria joined King’s College London in 2023 as the Research Programme Manager for ICALD, and NIHR funded research programme aimed at improving communication with adults with learning disabilities in social care settings.

Victoria has over a decade experience working in research and has gained extensive experience of delivering both large-scale surveys as well as evaluation projects including RCTs and quasi-experimental designs.

Prior to joining KCL, Victoria spent four years as a Senior Researcher at The National Centre for Social Research where she was involved in the delivery of complex surveys such at the British Social Attitudes Survey, the English Longitudinal Survey of Aging and the Survey of Childcare and Early Years Providers.

Victoria also worked at University College London where she managed a large two-phases study evaluating the clinical and cost-effectiveness of Intensive Support Teams for the reduction of challenging behaviour in people with intellectual disabilities.

Victoria completed a Doctorate and an MSc in Research Methods in Psychology at University College London. She also holds a first-class BSc in Psychology from the University of Stirling.

Research

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Improving Communication with Adults with Learning Disabilities (ICALD)

ICALD is a five-year programme led by Vicky Slonims and Martin Knapp aimed at improving communication with adults with learning disabilities in social care settings.

Research

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Improving Communication with Adults with Learning Disabilities (ICALD)

ICALD is a five-year programme led by Vicky Slonims and Martin Knapp aimed at improving communication with adults with learning disabilities in social care settings.