Annabelle Olsson is a Research Assistant working on various research projects on health care quality improvement.
Annabelle’s role includes conducting qualitative interviews, analysing data, assisting with literature reviews, writing research reports, as well as supporting the research team with various other aspects of the research process.
She has worked in various research assistant roles throughout her education. Most recently, she held a research assistant role at the Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families, where she assisted in the delivery of a qualitative research project on social prescribing services for young people’s mental health. Annabelle holds an MA in Health Humanities from UCL and a BSc in Psychology from the University of Aberdeen.
Annabelle is interested in interdisciplinary and mixed methods approaches to health and mental health research. She is particularly interested in the impact of social inequalities on the development and experiences of health and mental health conditions and access to care. She is also interested in how people’s socioeconomic contexts can be taken into account in health services, as well as how services in the intersections of health and social care can be improved.