Bec Aeddi

Research Associate

Bec achieved a high 1st in her undergraduate degree in Sociology at the University of Nottingham, in which she gained extensive practical experience in both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Her dissertation, which was awarded ‘best dissertation’ amongst her cohort, combined this experience with theoretical knowledge on health inequalities to qualitatively examine the experiences of women with a contested reproductive illness.

Before joining Picker earlier this year, Bec worked for a digital cancer support company, designing and analysing qualitative and quantitative user research. During her time at Picker, she has supported two national patient experience surveys, provided in-depth quality assurance work on several bespoke research projects, and written outputs for both Picker’s clients and the Picker blog.

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