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Dr Rachel Moss


Rachel Moss

Research Fellow (A)

Post Nominals BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD
Biography Rachel is a Research Fellow within the School of Health Sciences at RGU. Since joining in May 2020, Rachel has worked on a range of applied health research projects including a scoping review for pathways and treatment of functional neurological disorders, a mixed-methods evaluation of a fall prevention technology, and a NIHR-funded evidence synthesis of the use of exercise in tendinopathies. Rachel is also currently a part of a CSO-funded interdisciplinary research team exploring current rehabilitation provision for individuals with Long COVID across four Scottish Healthboards.

Prior to joining RGU, Rachel worked on a number of mental health and wellbeing projects across several institutions - this includes Office for Students funded projects designed to support doctoral (University of Portsmouth PGR Wellbeing project) and undergraduate (University of Sussex SITUATE project) mental health and wellbeing; Assistant Psychologist/CYP IAPT Coordinator for the CYP IAPT project (University of Reading) and studies exploring spatial memory in Major Depressive Disorder, as well as the use of quetiapine in psychotic disorders (Newcastle University).
Research Interests Long COVID
Mental health (e.g., students and staff in HE)
Evidence synthesis