Sigma Research

Jessica Datta

Assistant Professor

Telephone: 020-7927 2310

Jessica Datta is a lecturer at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and a researcher in the Centre for Sexual and Reproductive Health Research. She has been working with colleagues from LSHTM, UCL and NatCen on the most recent National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal-3) with a particular focus on the qualitative components of the study. She has wide experience of social research and evaluation and is working towards a PhD on the influences on and implications of delaying parenthood.

Recent Journal articles

Chapters in edited books

  • Collumbien M, Datta J, Davies B and Wellings K. (2013) ‘Structural factors influencing sexual health status’ in ‘Sexual health: a public health perspective’, edited by Kirstin Mitchell, Martine Collumbien and Kaye Wellings. Maidenhead: Open University Press ‘Understanding Public Health’ series.
  • Datta J and Kessel A. (2010) ‘Unlinked anonymous blood testing for public health purposes: an ethical dilemma?’ in ‘Public health ethics and practice’, edited by Stephen Peckham and Alison Hann. Bristol: Policy Press.

ResearchGate profile for Jessica Datta.