I was lucky enough to have a fabulous supervisor that gave me great opportunities for research in depression and anxiety

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Caroline Wojnarowski
Clinical Studies Officer, NHS
MSc Psychological Research Methods with Advanced Statistics
After completing research in depression and anxiety as part of her masters, Caroline is now a Clinical Studies Officer in the NHS, working within mental health and dementia

I studied at the University of Sheffield for my BSc in Psychology and fell in love with the city. I chose the MSc in Psychological Research Methods with Advanced Statistics as I knew the department well and wanted to prepare myself the best I could for eventually applying for the DClinPsy.


Without my MSc I wouldn’t have qualified for the job, it gave me the knowledge and skills I needed to continue a career in research

Caroline Wojnarowski

MSc Psychological Research Methods with Advanced Statistics


I was lucky enough to have a fabulous supervisor that gave me great opportunities for research in depression and anxiety which is a keen interest of mine! From the MSc I now have two published papers from the systematic review module and my research project is currently under review for publication.

I am now a Clinical Studies Officer in the NHS. I work on various research projects for the NIHR in mental health and dementia - this involves me promoting research within clinical teams; conducting neuropsychological assessments on clinical trials and visiting individuals with severe mental illness on inpatient wards or at home to complete research questionnaires.

Without my MSc I wouldn’t have qualified for the job, it gave me the knowledge and skills I needed to continue a career in research. I intend on applying for the DClinPsy in the near future.


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