Ross Nedoma

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Ross is an aspiring clinical psychologist. Since completing his MSc degree at UCL he has worked for two years as an Assistant Psychologist at a female sentenced prison. He has worked with many mental health presentations and developed many skills in which he hope will help him achieve a place on clinical training. Outside of work he loves sports and exploring the great outdoors.

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Exercise can help reduce depressive symptoms in people who are not clinically depressed

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Ross Nedoma summarises a recent systematic review and meta-analysis exploring the effectiveness of exercise-based interventions in reducing depressive symptoms in people without clinical depression.

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Reducing loneliness and social isolation in migrants and ethnic minorities: new insights on interventions

Hannah Cocker and Ross Nedoma summarise a recent review which explores loneliness and social isolation in migrants and ethnic minorities.

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