Dr Veronica Ranieri
Dr Veronica Ranieri is an honorary postdoctoral researcher and trainee clinical psychologist based at University College London. Her research focuses primarily on perceived coercion and ethics, both in relation to mental health admissions and within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. Her other research interests span from understanding the psychological implications of living with rare health conditions or identity-related distress to supporting postdoctoral clinical academic career progression. She is a mixed-methods researcher and the qualitative research advisor for the Surgical and Interventional Trials Unit at University College London. As part of the SAFER + trial, her role is to examine whether healthcare workers experience perceived coercion in relation to their role.