Dr Nicola Langdon

Dr Nicola Langdon

Research Assistant in CAMERA

Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health)

Nicola is a social science researcher with a disciplinary background in International Relations. Her previous research roles include the United Downs Deep Geothermal Power project (Sustainable Earth Institute), conducting media framing analysis of a geothermal project in Cornwall, and the modern slavery police transformation project (MSPTU, UK Police), conducting research on modern slavery and human trafficking in the UK.

Nicola is currently based within the CAMERA team in Peninsula Medical School, researching on the migration of doctors to and from the UK, and doctors' preparedness for practice


PhD Politics (2018) University of Plymouth
MA Applied Strategy and International Security (2010) (Plymouth with Dartmouth Strategic Studies Group)
BSc (Hons) International Relations (2009) (Plymouth)

Professional membership

British International Studies Association (BISA)
Political Studies Association (PSA)
International Environmental Communication Association (IECA)
International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR)

Roles on external bodies

Deputy Convener BISA Foreign Policy Working Group

Teaching interests

Associate Lecturer supporting International Relations, Politics and Sociology.
Seminar Leader: GOV1000PP One Planet? Society and Sustainability

Research interests

Media framing, Humanitarian intervention, Security studies, Sustainability, Medical Education