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Sol Richardson

助理教授

  • 电 话:

    010-62793894

  • 办 公 室:

    北京市海淀区清华大学明理楼4层420C5

  • Email:

    srichardson@tsinghua.edu.cn

教育经历

2014-2018  伦敦大学学院,生命历程国际研究中心 — 生命历程社会流行病学博士(英国经济和社会研究委员会资助)

2010-2011  伦敦帝国理工学院,现代流行病学硕士

2007-2010  剑桥大学,圣凯瑟琳学院自然科学学士


工作经历

2022.3  清华大学万科公共卫生与健康学院助理教授

2019-至今  疟疾联盟(Malaria Consortium),流行病学高级研究员

2018-2019  伦敦国王学院精神病学研究所,博士后研究员

2017-至今  世界卫生组织外聘顾问


部分学术成果

1. Richardson, S., Ibinaiye, T., Nikau, J., Oresanya, O., Marasciulo, M., Roca-Feltrer, A., Rassi, C., Adesoro, O. COVID-19 knowledge, beliefs, prevention behaviours and misinformation in the context of an adapted seasonal malaria chemoprevention campaign in six Northern Nigerian States. Tropical Medicine and Health.

2. Richardson, S., Carr, E., Netuveli, G., Sacker, A. Adverse events over the lifecourse and later-life wellbeing and mental health. International Psychogeriatrics. [FirstView published manuscript]

3. Richardson, S., Carr, E., Netuveli, G., Sacker, A. Country-level welfare state measures and change in wellbeing following work exit in early old age: Evidence from 16 European countries. International Journal of Epidemiology 2018,48(2): 389–401. 

4. Richardson, S., McNeill, A., Brose, B. Trends in smoking prevalence by mental health status and its associations with cigarette dependence and quitting behaviours in the British population, 1993–2014. Addictive Behaviors 2019, 90: 14 –19. 

5. Richardson, S., Langley, T., Szatkowski, L., Sims, M., Gilmore, A., McNeill, A., Lewis, S. Assessing the effects of volume and content of tobacco control mass media campaigns on monthly calls to the NHS Stop Smoking Helpline in England. Preventive Medicine 2014, 69: 43–48.

6. Richardson, S., Langley, T., Lewis, S., Sims, M., Gilmore, A., Szatkowski, L., Heath, R., Fong G. T., McNeill, A. The impact of televised tobacco control advertising content on campaign recall: Evidence from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) United Kingdom Survey. BMC Public Health 2014, 14: 432.

7. Ghiga, I., Richardson, S., Ropero Álvarez, AM., Naidoo, D., Thi, PN., Nguyen, PM., Nguyen, T. PIPDeploy: development and implementation of a gamified table top simulation exercise to strengthen national pandemic vaccine preparedness and readiness. Vaccine.

8. Spaducci, G., Richardson. S., McNeill, A., Pritchard, M., Yates, M., Robson, D. An observational study of system-level changes to improve the recording of very brief advice for smoking cessation in an inpatient mental health setting. BMC Public Health 2020, 20, 559.

9. Williams, J., Stubbs, B., Richardson, S., Flower, C., Barr-Hamilton, L., Grey, B., Hubbard, K., Spaducci, G., Gaughran, F., Craig, T. ‘Walk This Way’: Results from a pilot randomised controlled trial of a health coaching intervention to reduce sedentary behaviour and increase physical activity in people with serious mental illness. BMC Psychiatry 2019, 19: 287.

10. Sims, M., Gilmore, A., Richardson, S., Langley, T., Szatkowski, L., McNeill, A., Lewis, S. The effectiveness of anti-smoking television advertisements in increasing the prevalence of smoke-free homes. BMC Public Health 2015, 15: 869. 

11. Sims, M., Langley, T., Lewis, S., Richardson, S., Szatkowski, L., McNeill, A., Gilmore, A. Effectiveness of tobacco control television advertisements with different types of emotional content on tobacco use in England, 2004–2011. Tobacco Control 2014, 0: 1–6. 

12. Ford, A., MacKintosh, A. M., Moodie, C., Richardson, S., Hastings, G. Cigarette pack design and adolescent smoking susceptibility: a cross‐sectional survey. BMJ Open 2013, 3. 


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