Dr Katie Robb is a Senior Lecturer in the Institute of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Glasgow. Her research focuses on behavioural cancer research encompassing areas such as uptake of cancer screening, public understanding of cancer, and helping people visit their GP if they notice a new or changing symptom. Katie has an MA in Psychology from the University of St Andrews and an MSc and PhD in Health Psychology from University College London.
Dr Katie Robb
Scottish Cancer Foundation Lecture
Beating cancer with behavioural science
In this presentation I will discuss novel approaches to increasing uptake of cancer screening programmes to help beat cancer. As a behavioural scientist my research focuses on what people think, feel and do in relation to cancer screening and how we can better support people to engage with cancer screening and reduce inequalities in uptake.