Laura Hannah

Clinical Researcher

Laura is a Clinical Researcher within the Applied Research Collaboration – East of England (ARC EoE) Team and Eastern Academic Health Science Network (AHSN), specifically working on Treatment-Resistant Depression. Laura is focusing on evaluating clinical pathways and using Value-based Commissioning evidence to inform mental health services. Before joining the ARC, Laura spent four years working as a Research Assistant for CPFT within inpatient Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, where she concentrated on integrating outcome measures into clinical practice and quality improvement with the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Laura completed her undergraduate degree at UEA (BSc Psychology) and her master’s at Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge (MSc Clinical Child Psychology); here, she published award-winning research on sex and relationship education for autistic young adults at the International Conference for Autism.

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