As a Junior Research Executive, Rhiannon actively contributes to quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods research. She facilitates research projects at all stages, from survey design and development, in-depth interviewing and assistant moderating focus groups, through to data analysis and reporting.
Rhiannon is proficient in the use of Snap Surveys, Q Research software and Atlas.ti qualitative coding software. She has experience of working on projects across the medical, education and sustainability sectors, including research for Elsevier, Oxford University Press, and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, amongst others. She has a particular interest in applying the principals of behavioural economics to research, and strives to keep up-to-date with developments in research methodology.
Before joining Shift Learning, Rhiannon attained an MSc Psychology degree with distinction from the University of East London. Alongside completing several quantitative research studies, she produced a research thesis that qualitatively explored the impact of problem gambling on family relationships. She also has a BSc Biological Sciences degree from the University of Leeds, through which she developed valuable quantitative and statistical skills.