Catrin Lyddon BSc MRes | Research Associate
Catrin has keen interest in population health research and applying this in practice. Her Masters of Research at Swansea University investigated experiences of anxiety amongst people with multiple sclerosis.
She has experience designing, managing, and delivering research projects using a range of methods appropriate to the research question or topic being studied. She is experienced in synthesising findings for a wide range of stakeholders in a clear and digestible format suited to the audience.
Catrin has knowledge of actively engaging participants in research; to work with key stakeholders; meet project deadlines through work plans; and deliver research outputs in line with governance procedures and protocols. At the same time she maintains a personable approach to develop and maintain effective working relationships.
In future she is keen to develop her research interests in the areas of health inequality, chronic conditions, health and wellbeing, population health, and sustainable development.