Dr Claire Rosten
Claire advises on quantitative and mixed methods research designs. She can advise on all aspects of the research development process, from defining a coherent research question, through developing a robust design, to working out appropriate plans of analysis. She can also advise on service user involvement, help identity potential collaborators, and aid researchers in the process of completing a competitive funding application.
Claire has experience working with a range of NIHR funding programmes, the MRC, the ESRC and various charity funders. In the past, she has worked for both the NIHR’s Health Technology Assessment programme and Public Health Research programme. She is currently a reviewer for the NIHR’s Research for Patient Benefit programme and sits on the Research and Governance Committee for Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Sussex Community NHS Trust.
Claire is an experimental psychologist with active research interests in mental health and a methodologist involved in a number of trials on different research topics. She writes a regular blog on research methodologies and tips for funding applications and is active on Twitter – https://twitter.com/ClaireRosten