Research Associate in Behavioural Science, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge
Katerina studied Psychology (4 years, Diploma) and Clinical Health Psychology (2 years, MSc) at the University of Crete, and got trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (2 years). She completed her PhD at Coventry University in 2012, in the area of physical activity and behaviour change. After her PhD, she worked as PDRA at the QMUL where she conducted a Cochrane review on community pharmacy interventions and health promotion. Katerina joined the PCU in April 2014 as research associate at the Behavioural Science Group. Since then, she is working on the development and evaluation of tailored interventions to support adherence to medications within primary care, using face-to-face and digital delivery modes.