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Rachael Frost, Research Assistant at UCL's Primary Care and Population Health Unit, has received a Beacon Bursary after an extremely competitive round of applications.

Rachael and her team are planning a series of short workshops to give people in very late life an opportunity to shape future research and benefit from current research findings. Having observed that frail older people are rarely able to participate in engagement activities, this group of mental health researchers are delivering tailored workshops to change that.

Rachael has received School funding to investigate the management of anxiety and depression in frail older people. Read more about the awards here.

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