Kate Bosanquet is a Research Fellow in the Mental Health and Addiction Research Group. Currently she is Project Lead for the BALM programme and Qualitative Research Lead for MODS.
Funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), Kate completed her PhD, a mixed methods study on the physical health needs of people with serious mental illness in primary care, in 2021.
Prior to the NIHR fellowship, Kate managed CASPER randomised controlled trials.
Kate joined the University of York in 2011.
- PhD Health Services Research (University of York)
- MSc Environmental Epidemiology and Policy (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
- BA (Hons, First Class) Geography (University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
- Contract Research Forum member
Kate is a health services researcher. Her research interests are in mental health, particularly serious mental illness; life course epidemiology, social and spatial determinates of health inequalities.
- BALM programme (Behavioural Activation for Low mood and anxiety in Male NHS frontline worker)
- MODS (Multi-morbidity in Older adults with Depression) Study
- Collaborative care for older people with sub-threshold depression and major depression (The CASPER randomised controlled trials) funded by NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme
- Being open about adverse events in healthcare: a scoping review and qualitative exploration, funded by NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research Programme
- Kate is co-supervising a Masters in Public Health student dissertation