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Lauren is working with Professor Mark Brosnan and Dr Ailsa Russell on a collaborative project with Wiltshire Council. The project is developing and evaluating digitally-mediated service provision for responding to social, emotional and mental health needs in primary school settings (The SOMEHOW Project).
Lauren was a Research Assistant at the University of Warwick between October 2016 and September 2017, coordinating the Student Mental Health and Resilience in Transition (SMaRT) Project. She then completed an MSc in Health Psychology at the University of Bath between September 2017 and August 2018. During this time, she was a Research Assistant at the University of Bristol working on a project which explored whether features of language use can help to identify low mood in adolescents with a chronic illness. Alongside her academic work, Lauren has volunteered and worked in health and social care settings between 2012 and 2018, supporting autistic young people and older adults with learning and physical disabilities, depression, and dementia.
Project Coordinator, Wiltshire Council4 Feb 2019 → 4 Feb 2022
CAN LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS BE USED TO IDENTIFY WHETHER ADOLESCENTS WITH A CHRONIC ILLNESS ARE DEPRESSED?Jones, L., Anderson, E., Loades, M., Barnes, R. & Crawley, E., 2019, In : Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article