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Dr Katie Greenfield PhD; MSc; BSc; AFHEA

Research Fellow in Psychology

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Dr Katie Greenfield is a Research Fellow within the Centre for Clinical and Community Applications of Health Psychology (CCCAHP) at the University Of Southampton.

I completed a BSc in Psychology (2010) and an MSc in Health Psychology (2011) at The University of Nottingham.

I worked as a research assistant in the Clinical Psychology Department at UCL before returning to The University of Nottingham to complete a PhD in Experimental Psychology (2016). My PhD investigated sensory sensitives and the development of multisensory integration in children and adults with and without autism spectrum disorders.

I worked as a medical writer and then in patient and public engagement for NHS England before joining the University Of Southampton as a Research Fellow. Currently, I am working on the PARAMOUNT study investigating end-of-life pain management by carers and healthcare professionals in infants, children and young people in out of hospital settings.

Research interests

Affiliated research groups

Pain Research Group

Research projects


Funded by Great Ormond Street Children’s Charity and SPARKS

Research group

Centre for Clinical and Community Applications of Health Psychology (CCCAHP)

Research project(s)


The PARAMOUNT study drawing on the views of family caregivers, children, and professionals aims to co-produce an educational intervention to help caregivers manage paediatric pain at home.  

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Dr Katie Greenfield
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