Helen is a consultant in public health medicine and a health services researcher. She is a member of the CLAHRC research partnership team, and Deputy Director of the CLAHRC Academy. Her research uses qualitative and quantitative methods to evaluate health care and public health services.
Luca is an Operational Researcher and member of the Embedded Research Team based at UCLH
Victoria has a background in Social and Medical Anthropology. Prior to joining the Department of Applied Health Research at UCL Victoria held research posts at both Durham University and Newcastle University.
Victoria works on a number of different projects as a member of the Embedded Research Team at UCL and UCLH. Projects include a scoping review and Rapid Appraisal study of Specialling and Nurse Specials, ED crowding study, a Ward Accreditation study, and an advisory role on the qualitative arm of a pilot project on complex pain.
Cecilia is a medical anthropologist and member of the UCLH Embedded Research Team
She is currently working on the following projects:
The UCLH Exemplar Ward Programme: A process evaluation
Overcrowding in the UCLH Emergency Department
Nick is a Health Economist and member of the multi-discplinary Embedded Research Team at UCLH
Sonya is an Operational Researcher and member of an Embedded Research Team (ERT) based at UCLH
Emma trained as an ICU nurse, then became a research nurse before moving to industry. She has 10 years of experience as a project manager of regulatory and marketing clinical research primarily in the field of invasive/implantable devices and has worked for companies based both in Europe and the US. She holds a MSc in Research Methods. Before joining the CLAHRC Emma worked for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and Kings Health Partners to establish a research team for the Chronic Pain Service.
I am a social research methodologist –senior research associate with over ten years of research experience- working in the intersection between social and health sciences. I am working as Senior Research Associate in the CLAHRC and a member of the Research Partnership Team. I am also working in the theme on “methodological innovations” that is aimed to implement innovative research solutions to increase the social impact of our work.
Antonio holds a BSc in Psychology and an MSc in Research Methods and Implementation in Psychology and Health, both from the University of Granada, Spain. He has also been awarded a Ph.D. from the University of Granada, for his work in the Andalusian School of Public Health. During this time, he was part of several research projects, mostly focused on health inequalities and health systems, prior to joining UCL. Antonio has particular interest in research methods in health, mostly systematic reviews and meta-analysis.