Dr Cicely Marston BA (Hons) MSc PhD
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My research interests include interdisciplinary work on sexual and reproductive health, particularly sexual behaviour and contraception among young people, as well as maternal and newborn health, health promotion, and involving communities in promoting health. I have an overarching interest in methodology and developing methods to investigate complex social interventions. I hold an undergraduate degree in Human Sciences from Oxford, MSc Medical Demography at LSHTM, and an interdisciplinary PhD and postdoc in young people's sexual behaviour and behaviour change, with fieldwork in Mexico City. I spent some time at Imperial College London where I conducted research and ran a Public Health MSc, returning to LSHTM in 2005.
I organise and teach on the Principles of Social Research compulsory module in Term 1, and teach on various other modules. I supervise PhD and DrPH students.
More information about the sixteen18 project here.
- Adolescent health
- Behaviour change
- Complex interventions
- Electronic health records
- Global Health
- Health promotion
- Impact evaluation
- Implementation research
- Maternal health
- Mixed methods
- Neonatal health
- Public health
- Public understanding
- Qualitative methods
- Quality improvement
- Reproductive health
- Sexual health
- Social and structural determinants of health
- Systematic reviews
- Social Sciences
- United Kingdom
Effects of community participation on improving uptake of skilled care for maternal and newborn health: a systematic review.
Marston, C. ; Renedo, A. ; McGowan, C.R. ; Portela, A. ;
PLoS One, 2013; 8(2):e55012
Bases, stages and 'working your way up': young peoples talk about non-coital practices and 'normal' sexual trajectories
Lewis, R; Marston, C; Wellings, K;
Sociological Research Online, 2013; 18(1):1
Healthcare Professionals' Representations of 'Patient and Public Involvement' and Creation of 'Public Participant' Identities: Implications for the Development of Inclusive and Bottom-Up Community Participation Initiatives
Renedo, A.; Marston, C.
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 2011; 21(3):268-280
Factors that shape young people's sexual behaviour: a systematic review.
Marston, C.; King, E.;
Lancet, 2006; 368(9547):1581-6
What is heterosexual coercion? Interpreting narratives from young people in Mexico City.
Sociol Health Illn, 2005; 27(1):68-91
Impact on contraceptive practice of making emergency hormonal contraception available over the counter in Great Britain: repeated cross sectional surveys.
Marston, C.; Meltzer, H.; Majeed, A.;
British Medical Journal, 2005; 331(7511):271
Gendered communication among young people in Mexico: implications for sexual health interventions.
Soc Sci Med, 2004; 59(3):445-56
Relationships between contraception and abortion: a review of the evidence
Marston, C.; Cleland, J.
Int Fam Plan Perspect, 2003; 29(1):6-13
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