Dr Tamsin Newlove-Delgado

Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Exeter, based with the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Research Collaboration, and an Honorary Consultant in Public Health Medicine with Public Health England. Having spent time training in child psychiatry, Tamsin’s main area of research interest is in epidemiology and public health aspects of child mental health. She completed her PhD in 2016, which was funded by an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship and focussed on two aspects of service provision for children and young people with psychiatric disorders in the UK; mental health related service contact in school aged children and transition from child to adult services in young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). She was a co-investigator on the recently completed NIHR CATCh-uS project (Children and adolescents with ADHD in transition between children’s services and adult services) which used surveillance to estimate need for transition in ADHD, and currently leads a number of projects including an investigation of trends over time in child mental health funded by an NIHR Advanced Fellowship.
Dr Tamsin Newlove-Delgado
Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Exeter, based with the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Research Collaboration, and an Honorary Consultant in Public Health Medicine with Public Health England. Having spent time training in child psychiatry, Tamsin’s main area of research interest is in epidemiology and public health aspects of child mental health. She completed her PhD in 2016, which was funded by an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship and focussed on two aspects of service provision for children and young people with psychiatric disorders in the UK; mental health related service contact in school aged children and transition from child to adult services in young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). She was a co-investigator on the recently completed NIHR CATCh-uS project (Children and adolescents with ADHD in transition between children’s services and adult services) which used surveillance to estimate need for transition in ADHD, and currently leads a number of projects including an investigation of trends over time in child mental health funded by an NIHR Advanced Fellowship.