Hannah Lewis is a PhD Researcher at the Centre for Psychiatry and Mental Health at Queen Mary, University of London and is part of the NIHR North Thames Applied Research Collaboration. Here, she studies the implementation of the CYPMH Green Paper proposals for Mental Health Support Teams to deliver group-based body image interventions to prevent eating disorders, and is co-producing a cultural adaptation of an intervention for her PhD project. Hannah’s other areas of research expertise are body dysmorphic disorder, culture and ethnicity in body image, and inclusive public health policy. Prior to her PhD, Hannah worked as a senior policy adviser for a national mental health charity, where she worked across health inequalities, children and young people, service-user involvement and co-production. In 2022, she also held the position of a UKRI Policy Fellow during a parliamentary internship at the Health and Social Care Committee.