Rosie joined CEDAR in July 2014 as a Research Assistant for the BEAT-IT research project, and is now also part of the Who's Challenging Who? project team. Prior to joining CEDAR, Rosie conducted research in to Lego Therapy for children with Autism, and led the research and outcome measures countywide for Worcestershire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). Previously, Rosie worked in the Worcestershire Adult Asperger Syndrome Service as an Assistant Psychologist, and in Worcestershire CAMHS also as an Assistant Psychologist. She has also been involved in running monthly groups for Worcestershire Young Carers, as well as individual support work for individual Young Carers. She completed her BSc (Hons) Psychology at Cardiff University, and her Advanced Diploma in Child and Adolescent Mental Health at the University of Worcester.
- Jahoda, Andrew, Hastings, Richard P., Hatton, Chris, Cooper, Sally-Ann, McMeekin, Nicola, Dagnan, Dave, Appleton, Kim, Scott, Katie, Fulton, Lauren, Jones, Robert, McConnachie, Alex, Zhang, Rachel, Knight, Rosie, Knowles, Dawn, Williams, Christopher, Briggs, Andy, Melville, Craig, 2018. Behavioural activation versus guided self-help for depression in adults with learning disabilities : the BeatIt RCT. Health Technology Assessment, 22 (53), pp. 1-130
- Randell, Elizabeth, Hastings, Richard P., McNamara, Rachel, Knight, Roseanna, Gillespie, David, Taylor, Zachary, 2017. Effectiveness of the ?Who's Challenging Who? support staff training intervention to improve attitudes and empathy towards adults with intellectual disability and challenging behaviours : study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial. Trials, 18 (1)
- Evans, Charlotte, Sanders, David, Knight, Rosie, 2014. Reflections on Lego therapy club for children with high functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Clinical Psychology Forum, 262, pp. 18-21