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Elaine Douglas

Research Fellow / Project Manager | University of Stirling

0800 0855 771

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Elaine joined the HAGIS in September 2015 and seeks to turn Healthy Ageing in Scotland into reality.  She is the project manager for the study and is available to speak directly with people invited to join the study if they have any questions about taking part.  

Elaine’s research interests are in the social and economic determinants of health and health-related policy. Before joining HAGIS, Elaine was a Research Fellow at the University of Southampton on an EU funded project to reduce the over-prescription of antibiotics in eight European countries and at Kings College London on a project to promote early presentation to a GP for symptoms of breast cancer in older women.

She has a PhD in Public Health from University College London (2015) on the socioeconomic inequalities of cervical cancer, an MSc in Health, Community & Development from the London School of Economics (2009) and BSc in Psychology from the University of Stirling (2008).  

If you have been invited to take part in HAGIS but would like more information or to discuss it without obligation, then please call Elaine.

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