Miss Charlotte Owen

Miss Charlotte Owen

Institute of Applied Health Research
Research Fellow

Contact details

Health Economics Unit
Institute of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
University of Birmingham
B15 2TT

Charlotte is a research fellow in the Health Economics Unit. She is currently working on the CONNECT project as qualitative researcher conducting in-depth interviews on the role of remote consultations in Sexual and Reproductive health services in the UK.

ORCID Profile


  • PhD in Social Statistics and Demography, submitted July 2023
  • MSc in Social Research Methods with Social Statistics, University of Southampton, 2019
  • BSc (Hons) in Population and Geography, University of Southampton, 2018


Charlotte completed her BSc (Hons) in Population and Geography at the University of Southampton in 2018, focusing on global health in low- and middle-income countries.

Charlotte continued at University of Southampton for her MSc in Social Research Methods and PhD in Social Statistics and Demography, funded by the Economic and Social research council part of the South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership. Her PhD explored inequities in access to heath and physical rehabilitation services for adults with physical disabilities in Cambodia, using multiple methods.

Charlotte has experience with using quantitative methods such as regression and survival analysis and qualitative methods such as in-depth interviews and focus groups.


Research interests 

  • Equitable access to health services
  • Assistive technology and provisions of assistive products
  • Issues in global health
  • Disability and health  

 Current projects

  • The CONNECT project – investigating the impact of remote consultations in sexual and reproductive health services on health inequalities with a focus on three case study areas in Birmingham, London and Hywel Dda. 


Dickinson, A., Gates, L., Metcalf, C., Owen, C., Kheng, S., Harte, C., Bunthoeun, S., Simpson, S., Worsley, P., Ostler, C., Donovan-Hall, M. & Channon, A. (2022). Learning about the changing needs for prosthetics service provision from routinely collected digital centre management data: An exemplar study across three clinics in Cambodia. Journal of Global Health. 12: 1-10

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