Holly Crudgington

Holly is a research worker based at King’s College London. Holly joined the team shortly after finishing a masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Sciences at UCL. She is working on a project called CHOICE (core health outcomes in childhood epilepsy). This project involves developing a core set of outcomes to use in childhood epilepsy research that are meaningful to parents, children and professionals. This work will inform the later CASTLE clinical trial.

Role within CASTLE:

Holly is a research worker on the ‘CHOICE’ project.

Previous experience:

Alongside her masters degree, Holly has experience working as an honorary assistant psychologist within the NHS and as a volunteer at the Royal Hospital for Neurodisability in London. She has brought some of the skills from these roles with her into her current research worker role.

Qualifications:

  • BSc (Hons), Psychology First Class, University of Roehampton
  • MSc, Clinical Mental Health Sciences, University College London (UCL), Distinction

Core expertise:

Holly has experience in mental health settings alongside skills in:

  • Literature/systematic reviewing
  • Ethical approval processes for NHS research
  • Recruiting, consenting and testing participants in research

 

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