Harmony Jiang

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Harmony is a Clinical Studies Officer working for North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT). Her research interests come from a multidisciplinary background, including a BSc in Biomedical Science and an MSc in Dementia (Neuroscience). She has aspirations to complete a PhD in dementia. Her specific areas of research interest include dementia, mental health in BAME communities, schizophrenia and novel interventions for mental health conditions (e.g. psychedelics, TMS). Outside of research, she likes to get stuck in a good book, go for hikes in nature and do yoga with her mum.


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Are ethnic minorities under-represented in memory services?

Health visitor and a senior woman during home visit. A nurse or a doctor examining a woman. Senior Woman Sitting In Chair  With Nurse In Retirement Home

Harmony Jiang reviews a study exploring the representation of Black, Asian and minority ethnic people in memory services in Leicester and Leicestershire.

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Patients’ experience of ketamine treatment for depression: the ‘Ketamine and me’ project


In her debut blog, Harmony Jiang reviews a recent qualitative study exploring patients’ experience and response to ketamine treatment for depression.

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