Chrysa is a Senior Research Associate in the Survey Coordination Centre. She joined Picker in February 2023 to lead on research projects on the NHS National Patient Survey Programme. She has experience in both quantitative and qualitative research methods, specialising in the design and delivery of survey-based research projects within the academic and charity sectors. Her research experience includes social and political research with the use of various survey methods including online, postal, CAPI and CATI, and elite interviews.
Previously, Chrysa worked as Senior Researcher at Charities Aid Foundation supporting and delivering a number of quantitative projects, and NatCen Social Research leading large-scale, longitudinal public opinion surveys. She spent ten years as Research Associate and Associate Lecturer in academia where she focused on large-scale, high-impact national and international research projects. She has written a number of academic papers and opinion blogs.
Chrysa holds a PhD in Politics, and a 1st Class MRes Research from Brunel University, an MA Communications Policy Studies from City University, and a BA(Hons) Politics degree from the University of Essex.
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