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Susannah is a full-time researcher on the NIHR Pre-doctoral Fellowship program. She is completing an 18 month training and development program with a special focus on qualitative research and evidence synthesis methods and coproduction work. Her main interests include mental illness and service provision for refugees and asylum-seekers, and the ethics of working and researching with severely marginalised populations. She is currently undertaking a project in collaboration with the Refugee Council to improve access to primary healthcare for refugees and asylum seekers in the UK. Susannah also works with a multi-disciplinary research group looking at the absence of transgender forced migrants in global health research.
Susannah's Masters research focused on interventions for parents of children on the autism spectrum. Whilst she no longer carries out research on this area, she continues her education on autism related topics and remains active in the autism community through her work at Arts For Life Project, an arts-based therapeutic charity supporting young people in West London.
- MSc Psychology, University of Reading, United Kingdom
- BA Political Science and History, University of Alberta, Canada
- Certificate in International Learning, University of Alberta, Canada
- Epidemiology for Public Health Specialisation, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom
- Sociological Approaches to Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom
- Approaches to Systematic Review Synthesis, University College London, London, United Kingdom
- Placement student, University of Reading, Sep 2018 – Aug 2019