Katie Moore holds an MSc with Distinction in Sexual and Reproductive Health from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh and is a certified birth and postnatal doula and breastfeeding counsellor. Katie has over ten years of research experience and has worked as a Senior Research Associate with Anthrologica, a leading research-based organisation specialising in applied anthropology in global health. Working in development, emergency and humanitarian settings, Katie has conducted formative and operational research across health sectors, focusing on the interface between the provision and uptake of health services. She has led the work on maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive rights and disability. Katie has overseen substantial mixed methods studies managing large multidisciplinary research teams, including formative research with Sightsavers to refine a contextually appropriate and gender-responsive approach to supporting education for girls and boys with disabilities in Malawi, a major mixed-methods study of perceptions of childhood disability in Malaysia for UNICEF, and participatory creative workshops focusing on disability in Mozambique. She also has a long-term interest in developing participatory, creative research methods for working with children, adolescents, and vulnerable groups, using narratives, photographs and visual methods to generate data and present findings.
Masters Degree, Sexual and Reproductvie Health, Queen Margaret University
Award Date: 31 Jul 2013