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Funding Applications and Awards

Funding Awarded:

Craythorne, S-L. (PI) & Larkin, M. (Co-I) (2021) Understanding young people's experiences of racially motivated appearance-focused (RMAF) bullying. University of Oxford.

Craythorne, S-L. (PI) & Larkin, M. (Co-I) (2021) Exploring the impact and context of racially motivated appearance-focused (RMAF) bullying. JRGF.

Larkin, M. (PI) & Craythorne, S-L. (Co-I) (2020) Understanding people's experiences of assisted breathing interventions in critical care for COVID-19. Wesleyan Foundation.

Qualifications

PhD Psychology

Membership of Professional Bodies

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2024), awarded with Distinction

Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2020), awarded with Distinction

Member of the Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition

Contact Details

Email: s.craythorne2@aston.ac.uk

Research Projects/Collaborations

Understanding the interactional context of young people's experiences of disclosure and help-seeking for mental health difficulties. Aston University, University of Birmingham, Forward Thinking Birmingham, Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust. MRC.

Co-producing public services with structurally vulnerable populations. McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. SSHRC.

Agency, Justice and Social Identity in Youth Mental Health. City University of London & University of Birmingham. MRC, ESRC, AHRC.

PhD Supervision

Currently co-supervises PhD and DPhil students:

David Sher (University of Oxford, Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis) Paranoia: recovery, patients' priorities, and treatment

Co-supervised one PhD student to completion:

Dr Jo Billington (University of Reading, Centre for Autism) Researching the school experience of autistic students in mainstream schools

Teaching Activity

Psychology BSc Year 1: Social Responsibility in Psychology

  • Social Connectedness and Health
  • Doing Therapy with Behavioural Experiments
  • Understanding the Meaning and Limitations of Intelligence Testing

MSc Psychology (Conversion)

  • MSc Dissertation Supervision

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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