Siri H. Folstad

Doctoral Research Fellow - Department of Psychology
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Academic interests

  • Mental Health and Wellbeing

  • Life skills

  • Public Health

  • Youth Health

  • The Promotion of Health and Prevention of Illness

  • Multilevel modelling analysis

  • Structural equation modelling analysis

  • R Stats

  • Open Science

PhD Project

Siri Hausland Folstad is a PhD student working on the project ‘the Effects of the Interdisciplinary Topic “Health and Life Skills”’, funded by Stiftelsen DAM. Her research interest is in promoting health and wellbeing in children and young people.

Background

Professional

  • Research Assistant, Norwegian Social Research (NOVA) (https://www.oslomet.no/en/about/nova), OsloMet (Jan – Mars, 2021)

  • Research Assistant, Department of Media and Communication, UiO (2020)

  • Mental Health Care Therapist, Døgnseksjonen Sikta, Asker DPS, Vestre Viken (2019-2021)

  • Research Assistant, Youth Mental Health Unit (https://www.gmmh.nhs.uk/youth-mental-health-research-unit), Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, the UK (2018-2019)

  • Activity Coordinator, Youth Psychiatry, Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal, the UK (2018)

  • Mental Health Care Assistant, Youth Psychiatry, Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal, the UK (2017-2018)

Academic

  • Master of Research in Psychology, University of Manchester, the UK (2018-2019)

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Manchester, the UK (2014-2017)

Publications

  • Folstad, Siri H.; Carney, Rebekah; Imran, Shermin; Law, Heather & Parker, Sophie (2020). Evaluation of the physical health of adolescent in-patients in generic and secure services: retrospective case-note review. BJPsych bulletin.  ISSN 2056-4694. . doi: 10.1192/bjb.2019.68
  • Folstad, Siri H. (2019). ‘The Button Question’: A mixed-methods study of whether patients want to keep or remove bipolar disorder and the reasons for their decision. Journal of Affective Disorders.  ISSN 0165-0327. . doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2018.11.025
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