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Zśofia Szlamka

Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication

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Zśofia Szlamka

Zsofia Szlamka


Zśofia received an MPhil in Social and Developmental Psychology at the University of Cambridge. Before joining the Winton Centre, she was interning at the World Health Organisations's Headquarters, working mainly in the field of addictions, alcohol and substance use. She had previously investigated prevention strategies of depression using online methods and conducted research on the experiences of women living with autism spectrum disorder. She is also interested in mHealth, eHealth and global mental health. She left the Winton Centre in 2018 to start her PhD at King's College London.

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The Centre has publicly released RealRisk: its long-awaited tool to help those communicating medical statistics

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