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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Rahul Chaure


PhD Student



PhD Title: Exploratory Research of Distinctive Coping Techniques of Indian Population in Depression and Anxiety in Daily Life Versus Lifelong.

I am a PhD researcher in the Unit of Psychological Medicine at the Centre for Psychiatry and Mental Health (cohort 2022). I am also a chartered psychologist of the British Psychological Society with an MSc in Foundations of Clinical Psychology from Scotland’s University of Aberdeen and an Undergraduate Major in Psychology from India. I work with the National Health Service (NHS) in London in mental health and rehabilitation section.

My research interests lie at the intersection of diagnostic tools and screening materials for psychological assessments, and coping techniques of Indian population in the context of depression and anxiety. I have recently developed interest in addressing complex societal challenges through innovative coping strategies. My research employs a combination of item generation and scale developments, surveys and interviews as well as investigating Indian populations mental health and analysing number of responses and coping techniques of the respondents in depression and anxiety.

Supervisor: Dr Theodora Dallas


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