Johanna is a health psychologist who is interested in using qualitative methods to explore the mental health and wellbeing of clinicians and healthcare givers. She has also investigated what it is like to live with various chronic illnesses, including end-stage renal disease and Huntington's Disease.
Johanna is passionate about qualitative methods, especially interpretative phenomenological analysis and thematic analysis.
Johanna completed her PhD (an interpretative phenomenological analysis of what it is like to live with and be treated for end-stage renal disease) at Birkbeck, University of London. Since then, she has worked at various universities, including UCL, Hull and Bristol.
When she's not using qualitative methods to explore what it is like to live with various mental and physical health conditions, Johanna runs a proofreading and feedback business that specialises in helping postgrad qualitative students. She also writes fiction.
First-class psychology degree from Birkbeck, University of London
PhD from Birkbeck, University of London
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