I am a postgraduate researcher in the Leeds Institute of Health Sciences. My PhD seeks to further the understanding of quality of life in patients with a stoma by using advanced quantitative methods to identify latent classes and track individuals longitudinally.
Prior to joining Leeds I worked as a Research Assistant, and subsequent Research Fellow, at University College London from 2017. During my time at UCL I worked across various projects; a physical activity trial for patients with a stoma; delivering a short lifestyle intervention to cancer survivors; developing and delivering a healthy after school cooking intervention for children; exploring the potential for intervention development in the gaming population.
I completed my MSc in Health Psychology at UCL in 2017 and my BSc in Psychology at Royal Holloway in 2016.
- Advanced quantitative methods
- Behavioural intervention development
- The use of technology in intervention delivery
- The use of large-scale Patient Reported Outcomes data
- MSc Health Psychology - University College London (2017)
- BSc (Hons) Psychology - Royal Holloway, University of London (2016)