Kayte Rowe: Deputy research manager
I am research delivery lead for CHEYENNE, which is the Children and Young People’s Research to Support Mental Health Needs.
My role draws on my creativity as well as my people skills. I love working with people and have met some amazing ones through research. Our focus on the participants' wellbeing is an ethos that is really important to me and brings real satisfaction to my role. I feel that we are really able to help people.
Training has been an integral part of my role. After nearly nine years, I have just stepped down from being one of the regional facilitators of the Good Clinical Practice Training.
I have also supported and developed internal training including professional development programmes for the research team Quarterly Education & Development, and research specific training such as Valid Informed Consent, Research for Beginners and Principal Investigator training.
‘Prevalence and clinical characteristics of serum neuronal cell surface antibodies in first-episode psychosis: a case-control study’
Belinda Lennox et al 2016
Waiting time variation in Early Intervention Psychosis services: longitudinal evidence from the SEPEA naturalistic cohort study - James B. Kirkbride1,2 · Y. Hameed3 · L. Wright3 · K. Russell3 · C. Knight4 ·J. Perez2,4 · P. B. Jones2,4
Carer Managerment Style Contributes to Everyday Task Participation in Dementia, Giebel C; Camino J; Flanagan E; Talbot E; Russell K; Mioshi EJuly 2017 Alzheimer's and Dementia 13(7):P828-P829 DOI: 10.1016/j.jalz.2017.06.1149