Aliki Economidou studied Psychology(BSc) between 2007 and 2010 at The University of Manchester where she completed her studies with a 2:1 Hons degree. She continued her studies at the University College London (UCL) and King's College London (KCL)where she successfully completed her Masters degree in Health Psychology. In regard to her work experience and volunteering please see below:
1)Orthodontist’s personal assistant, Andreas Loizou, March 2012 – August 2012; Responsible for doctor’s daily appointments and running the office’s administration and enhancing organisational and communication skills. 2)Special educators’ assistant, Eleousa tou Kykkou, December 2011 – July 2012; Actively assisting in the daily activities of mentally disabled children and adults and appreciating life and health, respecting the less fortunate, offering companionship and happiness, developing patience. 3)PhD. Student’s assistant, The University of Cyprus, February 2012 – March 2012; conducting data entry of questionnaire responses of a smoking cessation study, enhancing SPSS technical knowledge and gaining an appreciation of the difficulties associated with a major longitudinal real life research. 4)Research assistant, Alethea Cooper - King’s College London (KCL), August 2011 – September 2011; conducted data entry of questionnaire responses; improved SPSS technical knowledge and handling of a substantial amount of data; learned how to handle tasks and work under pressure to meet the deadlines set. 5)PhD. Student’s assistant, University College London (UCL), October 2010 – January 2011; assisted in the development and implementation of a psychobiology experiment and conducted data entry of questionnaire responses; applied theoretical knowledge to practice. 6)Summer school teacher, Cyprus Hilton Hotel, June 2010 – August 2010; responsible for the daily activities and safety of 40 children; improved my organisational as well as teamwork skills. 7)Event organiser and staff assistant, The Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics, June 2008 – August 2008; raised funds and organized exhibitions culminating in a gala dinner for 600 guests held at the Presidential Palace grounds, gained valuable experience through assisting staff, observing team work and offering a comforting ear and a platform for conversation with patients.