I work at the University of Bristol, at the Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West (CLAHRC West), funded by the National Institute for Health Research. I work in applied health research, with a background in sociology and public services management. I have 13 years of qualitative research experience with a wide range of public services including health, local government, and third sector organisations. I have a strong interest in collaborative and participatory research in public services, working with service users and staff to improve services, co-produce research and work toward social justice.
Senior Research Associate, University of Bristol
Research Associate, University of Bath
University of Bath, PhD
BMJ Open, Implementing online consultations in primary care: A mixed method evaluation
Public Management Review, The social impact of advice during disability welfare reform: from social return on investment to evidencing public value through realism and complexity
Qualitative Health Research , Can staff be supported to deliver compassionate care through implementing Schwartz Rounds in community and mental health services?
Critical Social Policy, Power dynamics and collaborative mechanisms in co-production and co-design processes