Bec achieved a high 1st in her undergraduate degree in Sociology at the University of Nottingham, in which she gained practical experience in qualitative and quantitative research methods. Her dissertation, which was awarded ‘best dissertation’ within her cohort, combined her research experience with theoretical knowledge on health inequalities to qualitatively examine the lives of women with a contested reproductive illness. The data was gathered through an asynchronous, text-based focus group held on a social media website. The fieldwork lasted for three weeks and generated insights into the holistic wellbeing of the nine participants.
Before joining Picker, Bec worked for a digital cancer support company, designing and analysing qualitative and quantitative user research. Whilst at Picker, she has supported several small and large-scale projects, with a focus on creative outputs and methods.
Currently, Bec is running an asynchronous-online focus group concerned with the support needs and experiences of individuals with a specific diagnosis as part of a bespoke research project.
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