|Communications, Impact and Engagement Lead, Hearing the Voice in the Department of English Studies||Caedmon Building, School of Education||+44 (0) 191 33 48144|
|Research Associate in the Institute for Medical Humanities||CB1022, Confluence Building (1st floor), Lower Mountjoy, Durham|
Victoria is the Digital and Communications Lead in Durham's Institute for Medical Humanities. She will lead the Digital Development team in the new Discovery Research Platform for Medical Humanities.
Victoria was the Communications, Impact and Engagement Lead for Hearing the Voice – a 10-year interdisciplinary research project on voice-hearing funded by the Wellcome Trust (2012–2022).
She has a BPhil and a DPhil in philosophy from the University of Oxford and is currently studying part-time for an MSc in Digital Health Interventions at the University of Glasgow.
- Dudley, Robert, Dodgson, Guy, Common, Stephanie, O'Grady, Lucy, Watson, Florence, Gibbs, Christopher, Arnott, Bronia, Fernyhough, Charles, Alderson-Day, Ben, Ogundimu, Emmanuel, Kharatikoopaei, Ehsan, Patton, Victoria & Aynsworth, Charlotte (2022). Managing Unusual Sensory Experiences in People with First-Episode Psychosis (MUSE FEP): a study protocol for a single-blind parallel-group randomised controlled feasibility trial. BMJ Open 12: e061827.
- Dodgson, Guy, Aynsworth, Charlotte, Mitrenga, Kaja J., Gibbs, Chistopher, Patton, Victoria, Fernyhough, Charles, Dudley, Robert, Ewels, Carina, Leach, Louise, Alderson‐Day, Ben & Common, Stephanie (2021). Managing unusual sensory experiences: A feasibility trial in an At Risk Mental States for psychosis group. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 94(3): 481-503.