Stella is a PhD student at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies at UCL, exploring the longitudinal association of social capital on physical and mental health using the British birth cohort studies. She is very interested in the impact of social determinants on population health, particularly with the use of biomarkers of heath. She is the Early Career Representative at the Executive Committee of the Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies and a member of the MARCH Network. Stella has a background in Epidemiology and Environmental Science. She has a MPhil in Public Health from University of Cambridge and has previously worked for the London School of Hygiene, WHO and Doctors of the World. Stella i , also, an art enthusiastic and coffee lover.
Stella Tsoli and Dafni Katsampa summarise a recent systematic review on the impact of social prescribing on service users, which suggests that social prescribing leads to improvements in health and wellbeing, health-related behaviours, self-concepts, feelings, social contacts and day-to-day functioning.[read the full story...]