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Josephine Fielding


Clinical Researcher

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I undertook my medical degree at the University of Cambridge, intercalating in Physiology, Development and Neuroscience. I completed my Foundation Training Programme as a junior doctor in Oxford and am intending to specialise in psychiatry. I started work with the Psychological Medicine Research group as a Clinical Researcher in August 2014, and am also currently studying for a Master's degree in Medical Ethics and Law at King's College London. With the PMR group, I am involved in developing and piloting an intervention for patients at the end of life who are suffering from depression, and in conducting a systematic review of the prevalence of depression in medically unwell patients.