Kelsey Graber

Kelsey is a PhD student at the Play in Education, Development and Learning (PEDAL) Centre at the University of Cambridge, supervised by Professor Paul Ramchandani and Dr. Christine O’Farrelly. Her research focuses on the intersection of play and children’s health, exploring children’s perspectives on play in health-related contexts such as paediatric hospitalisation and the COVID-19 pandemic. This rapid review was conducted with a team of PEDAL researchers and doctoral students, including: Dr. Elizabeth Byrne, Emily Goodacre, Natalie Kirby, Krishna Kulkarni, Dr. Christine O’Farrelly, and Prof Paul Ramchandani.
Kelsey Graber
Kelsey is a PhD student at the Play in Education, Development and Learning (PEDAL) Centre at the University of Cambridge, supervised by Professor Paul Ramchandani and Dr. Christine O’Farrelly. Her research focuses on the intersection of play and children’s health, exploring children’s perspectives on play in health-related contexts such as paediatric hospitalisation and the COVID-19 pandemic. This rapid review was conducted with a team of PEDAL researchers and doctoral students, including: Dr. Elizabeth Byrne, Emily Goodacre, Natalie Kirby, Krishna Kulkarni, Dr. Christine O’Farrelly, and Prof Paul Ramchandani.