I am a PhD Candidate at Centre for Fertility and Health, a Centre of Excellence (SFF) founded by The Norwegian Research Council. I work in the project "Lost in Transition? Uncovering social and health consequences of sub-optimal transitions in the education system" examining the long-term health consequences of sub-optimal transitions in education.
Kathryn Beck has a background in nursing and a Master's degree in public health from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), with a specialization in Global Health. She has also worked as a research assistant focusing on educational inequalities in health and interventions targeting child health inequalities.
Projects and publications
- Kathryn Christine Beck, Mirza Balaj, Lorena Donadello, Talal Mohammad, Hanne Dahl Vonen, Claire Degail, Kristoffer Eikemo, Anna Giouleka, Indrit Gradeci, Cèline Lossius Westby, Kam Sripada, Magnus Rom Jensen, Solvor Solhaug, Emmanuela Gakidou, Terje Andreas Eikemo, (2022). Educational inequalities in adult mortality: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the Asia Pacific region. BMJ Open doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-059042
- Kathryn Christine Beck, (2022). A Propensity Score Analysis of High Stakes Exam Failure and Mental Health.
- Kathryn Christine Beck, (2022). The Effect of High-Stakes Exam Failure on Mental Health.
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