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Dr Olivia Remes

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Dr. Olivia Remes

 

Dr. Olivia Remes is a researcher at the University of Cambridge, and her area of focus is mental health.  She is currently part of the Department of Engineering, and prior to this was based at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health.

 

Background:

Before joining the Department of Engineering, Olivia worked as a mental health researcher and completed a PhD in Public Health and Primary Care at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge.  She has written extensively for the public on mental health, and prior to coming to the UK, was based in Canada – where she’s from. 

 

Selection of publications:

Remes O, Lafortune L, Wainwright N, Surtees P, Khaw K-T, Brayne C. Association between area deprivation and major depressive disorder in British men and women: a cohort study. BMJ Open, 9:e027530, 2019.

Remes O, Wainwright N, Surtees P, Lafortune L, Khaw K-T, Brayne C. Sense of coherence as a coping mechanism for women with anxiety living in deprivation: British population study. BMJ Open, 8:e018501, 2018. 

Remes O, Wainwright N, Surtees P, Lafortune L, Khaw K-T, Brayne C. Generalized anxiety disorder and non-psychiatric hospital admissions: findings from a large, population cohort study. BMJ Open, 8:e018539, 2018. 

Remes O, Lafortune L, Khaw K-T, Brayne C. Sex and gender in psychiatry. The Lancet Psychiatry, 4(2):e1, 2017.

Remes O, Wainwright N, Surtees P, Lafortune L, Khaw K-T, Brayne C. Sex differences in the association between area deprivation and generalised anxiety disorder: British population study. BMJ Open, 7:e013590, 2017.

Remes O, Brayne C, Van der Linde R, Lafortune L. A systematic review of reviews on the prevalence of anxiety disorders in adult populations. Brain and Behavior, 6(7):e00497, 2016.

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