Institute for Global Health


Charlotte Chapman

Charlotte Chapman
Charlotte's thesis title is "Understanding the impact of alternative sentencing and community mental health interventions on the incarceration and outcomes of women."

Her primary supervisor is Professor David Osrin.

To get in touch with Charlotte, please email her at charlotte.chapman.19@ucl.ac.uk

About Charlotte

Following the completion of a BSc in Economics at the University of York, Charlotte went on to work in Corporate Finance at Ernst and Young whilst getting a qualification as a chartered accountant.  After a few years, Charlotte swapped financial for health data, and moved to Macmillan, the cancer support charity, where she would manage research projects.

In 2017, she moved to the Wellcome Trust as programme manager of the Drug-Resistant Infections team and continues to work there whilst undertaking her PhD part time.

Thesis summary

This research aims to develop the evidence required to support and enable effective mental health interventions and alternative sentencing options within the community.  The focus of the work will explore how these interventions work, in which contexts they are successful, and for whom.