Project Manager / Postdoctoral Researcher
I have experience in managing funded multi-centre NHS research studies and trials. This has entailed communicating with vast multidisciplinary teams, gaining knowledge in research ethics, governance and processes (in both the NHS and Academic Institutions), managing budgets, and continually monitoring data.
I am the project manager for the Synergi Collaborative Centre, a five year initiative funded by the Lankelly Chase Foundation to reframe, rethink and transform the realities of ethnic inequalities in severe mental illness and multiple disadvantage.
I am the co-PI for Co-Pact, a project funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Policy Research Programme, that combines photovoice and experience based co-design to foreground lived experience and propose changes to the Mental Health Act to reduce ethnic inequalities.
Research areas of interest
- Psychology with Professional Development BSc, First Class Hons (awarded by Brunel University, 2012)
- Doctorate, titled "The Experience and Measurement of Depression in Haemodialysis Patients from South Asian Backgrounds" (awarded by University of Hertfordshire, 2020)
Experience-based investigation and codesign of approaches to prevent and reduce Mental Health Act use (CO-PACT): a protocol.
Mooney R. et al, (2022), BMJ Open, 12
Is psychosis a syndemic manifestation of historical and contemporary adversity? Findings from UKBioBank
BHUI K. et al, (2021), British Journal of Psychiatry
Identifying evidence of the effectiveness of photovoice: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the international healthcare literature.
Halvorsrud K. et al, (2021), J Public Health (Oxf)
Exercise and Use of Enhancement Drugs at the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Multicultural Study on Coping Strategies During Self-Isolation and Related Risks.
Dores AR. et al, (2021), Front Psychiatry, 12
How do patients from South Asian backgrounds experience life on haemodialysis in the UK? A multicentre qualitative study
Sharma S. et al, (2019), BMJ Open, 9, e024739 - e024739