Dr Elise Crayton
Dr Elise Crayton is a Research Fellow in Health Psychology and Behavioural Science based at University College London in the Centre for Behaviour Change. Elise’s research focuses on the use of evidence synthesis and application of behavioural science methods to design, deliver and evaluate behaviour change interventions. Elise carries out research across multiple healthcare settings within the NHS, engaging with patient, general public and healthcare professional populations. Elise has applied her skills to a number of research areas including anxiety and social support for elderly stroke survivors, medication adherence in stroke survivors and pregnant women, quality improvement of the two-week wait cancer referral pathway, safe stewardship of antimicrobials, and healthcare professionals’ use of protective behaviours during health pandemics (COVID-19).