Sam Mason is a full time research assistant with the Ni3 Centre, working on the analytic phases of our quantitative research.
She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a postgraduate degree in Forensic Psychology, both completed at Sheffield Hallam University. Previously she worked at the University of Leeds contributing to health and wellbeing research in patient preferences and patient reported outcomes. Sam has also worked as a performance review officer for South Yorkshire Police identifying and reporting trends and exceptions in crime and police custody data, and as an associate lecturer in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University.
Her research interests include psychosocial outcomes, preferences, mental health, psychometrics and survey development.