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- Risk and Safety Research Group (Prof. Charles Vincent) Research Group
BSc, MSc, MBPsS
I am currently working on a project called ‘Regulation in the NHS and other high-risk industries’. The research focuses on mapping out the regulatory landscape within the NHS targeting those organisations that are concerned with safety and standards of care.
To assess the impact of regulation in healthcare providers, we will carry out a number of case studies on NHS sites and we will also describe the regulatory landscape in other high-risk industries to identify significant insights which could be transferable to the NHS.
After completing my undergraduate degree in Psychology in Greece, I undertook an MSc in Health Psychology at the University of Surrey. I was working as a researcher at the University of Surrey at the Health and Medical Sciences Department with the cancer research group, before joining the Oxford’s Department of Experimental Psychology in 2016.
Distraction, restrained eating and disinhibition: An experimental study of food intake and the impact of 'eating on the go'.
Ogden J. et al, (2017), J Health Psychol, 22, 39 - 50