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S.Anstee@soton.ac.uk

Ms Sydney Anstee BSc, Masters

Senior Researcher

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Miss Sydney Anstee is a Senior Researcher within Health Sciences at the University of Southampton.

I bring a mix of frontline and academic experience to research, project management and implementation, with a varied background in the NHS, public health, primary and secondary research, local government, third sector and social care.

Although mainly focused on population, sexual and reproductive health I have worked in a broad spectrum of other health issues such as orthopaedics, new care models, intervention development and service evaluation.

Through several years of work with the National Institute for Health Research commissioning research in primary care, community health and disease prevention, I am skilled in critiquing existing evidence and identifying research priorities.

I am particularly enthusiastic for us all to maximise usefulness of research, to increase impact and for evidence to be taken up into practice, where appropriate.

Additionally, I have worked abroad for the Medical Research Council collecting birth data in Bolivia and helped to run mobile clinics in response to the Asian Tsunami in Sri Lanka.

Research interests

  • Implementation Science
  • Workforce improvements
  • Methods or tools for: identifying research priorities; measuring Impact; aiding transition of science into practice
  • Interdisciplinary working – particularly across health professionals, academia, social care/ government and third sector
  • Sexual and reproductive health, especially the Menopause Transition, prevention of disease, and promotion of self-care
  • Reduction of stigma particularly in relation to mental health and other marginalised health issues such

Research projects

  • Magnet 4 Europe
  • Covid-19
  • Healthcare workforce research
  • Healthcare quality measurement
  • Patient outcomes

Research group

Health Work and Systems

Affiliate research group

ARC Wessex

Research project(s)

Magnet4Europe: Improving Mental Health & Wellbeing of Health Professionals

The University of Southampton is involved in the largest ever project to improve hospital work environments, with an award of 4 million Euros from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme. The grant will support the international partnership with some of the world’s leading universities and is being led by Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.

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Ms Sydney Anstee
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