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Miss Charlotte Owen 

Postgraduate Research Student

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Ms Charlotte Owen is a Postgraduate Research Student in the Department of Social Statistics and Demography at the University of Southampton.

I hold a BSc in Population and Geography and MSc in Social Research Methods with Social Statistics, both of which were obtained from the University of Southampton. My desire to complete a PhD stems from my time at the Food Standards Agency during a year in employment as part of my undergraduate degree. Here, I gained valuable experience in conducting research and how this can be translated to policy. Since beginning my PhD, I have undertaken projects relating to healthcare utilisation for people with disabilities in Cambodia. This includes an interdisciplinary project working with colleagues from Health Sciences and Engineering, as well as, a non-governmental organisation to research prosthetic and orthotics use in Cambodia.

Research interests

  • Disability
  • Population health in Low and Middle Income Countries
  • Healthcare accesibility
  • Provisions of healthcare
  • Provision of Prosetheses and Orthoses

PhD Research

Barriers to healthcare access for people with disabilities in Cambodia

Dr Amos Channon, Dr Kristine Nilsen, Dr Andy Power and Professor Nikos Tzavidis

South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership (SCDTP) via the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)

  • STAT1003 – Introduction to Quantitative Methods
  • STAT2009 – Research Methods in the Social Sciences
  • STAT3004 – Applied Regression Analysis
  • DEMO2010 – Population Change in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Miss Charlotte Owen
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