- Preferences and expectations of medical tests in the context of bowel cancer screening
- Symptomatic patients' experience of medical tests used for bowel cancer diagnosis
- Psychological aspects of clinical trial participation
ORBIT (Optimising Radiological Bowel Imaging Techniques): Interventions for efficient and acceptable diagnosis in symptomatic and screening populations.
SIGGAR: Multi-centre randomised comparison of CT colonography versus standard investigation (barium enema or colonoscopy).
2010 - Research Assistant, University College London
2006-2010 - Various roles on clinical trials, especially SIGGAR for Imperial College
2010 M.Sc Psychological Approaches to Health (Distinction), University of Leeds
2005 B.Sc Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London
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