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Noortje works for the Cochrane Common Mental Disorder group at the University of York. She manages a portfolio of systematic reviews and projects relating to mental health prevention, health inequalities, global mental health and comorbidity of mental and physical health.
During her PhD Noortje worked with the Born in Bradford study. Afterwards she helped to set up the BIBBS cohort and worked on the evaluation of interventions in the Better Start Bradford project. She has expertise relating to research in cohort studies, social and ethnic inequalities in health, systematic reviews in public health, and evaluation of complex interventions.
Noortje is interested in applying a health inequality perspective to reviews and dissemination in the field of mental health, answering questions around the wider social determinants of mental health, equal opportunities for prevention, access to mental health, and equity in effectiveness of interventions.
As a Research Staff Liaison Officer, Noortje works with researchers and support staff across the university to represent early career researchers and promote their career development and wellbeing.