Venus is on her final year PhD in psychology. She is working as a trial coordinator within the Primary Care Unit. Venus Joined Behavioural Science Group in 2018. Since then, she is working on development and evaluation of tailored interventions to support adherence to medications within primary care, using face to face and digital delivery modes.
Venus received her BSc in general psychology in 2009 and her MSc in clinical psychology from University of Kingston London in 2013.
Venus’ research interests are global public health, mental health, health psychology, digital health social psychology, health communication, research ethics and behavioural change techniques.
Kassavou,A., Mirzaei, V., Brimivombe, J., Edwards, S., Massou,E., Prevost, T., Griffin, S., Sutton, S. (2020). A Highly Tailored Text and Voice Messaging Intervention Improves Medication Adherence in Patients With Either or Both Hypertension and Type 2 Diabetes in a UK Primary Care Setting: Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial of Clinical Effectiveness
Neural and Genetics correlation of internet addiction: A Review article, 2015