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Charlotte Hall


Research Assistant

Theme 2 - Resilience

Public Health England

Charlotte Hall is a research assistant working in the Behavioural Science team as part of the Emergency Response Department, Science and Technology at Public Health England. Charlotte is a masters qualified Behavioural Scientist with an MSc in Clinical Psychology from the University of Southampton.

Since joining Public Health England, Charlotte has worked across various projects, including a Horizon 2020 funded project entitled PReparedness against CBRNE threats through cOmmon Approaches between security praCTItioners and the VulnerablE civil society (PROACTIVE), for which she led on the completion of three deliverables (a systematic review of academic literature relating to public perceptions and responses; a synthesis of state of the art literature and policy to create recommendations and guidelines for mitigation and management of CBRNe terrorism; and an eWorkshop report with expert stakeholders). Charlotte is currently working as a researcher within the Resilience theme of the Emergency Preparedness and Response Health Protection Research Unit. Charlotte’s expertise include: rapid systematic reviews, literature syntheses, and the conduct of both qualitative and quantitative data analysis.