Myra Bluebond-Langner is Professor and True Colours Chair in Palliative Care for Children and Young People at University College London, Institute of Child Health. In this capacity she also heads the Louis Dundas Centre for Children’s Palliative Care – an academic and clinical partnership involving the Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. She is also Board of Governors’ Professor of Anthropology and founder and former director of the Rutgers University Center for Children and Childhood Studies.
Fiona worked as a registered nurse in elderly care and palliative care settings and went on to complete a BA (Hons) in Social Policy and a MA in Public Policy and Administration. After conducting research on assessing outcomes of palliative care at Kings College London, Fiona completed her PhD in Politics/Health Sciences at the University of York.
Fiona has joined the North Thames CLAHRC this year after working as a Research Fellow in the Social Policy Research Unit, University of York since 2006, where she undertook complex evaluations of systems, services and interventions across health and social care settings using qualitative and mixed-methods approaches.
Dr Leber is a practising GP in Tower Hamlets as well as being an NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Primary Care. He is working on the CLHARC project investigating Improving the identification and management of people with HIV
Dr Sohal is a practising GP and Clinical Lecturer as well as being an RCGP Clinical Champion for Domestic Violence.
Nehla is aligned to our Systems and Models theme. Her PhD is entitled Developing Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in Large-Scale Change. The research will use qualitative methods to identify ways to improve processes to involve patients and the public in decisions about major service change and to evaluate the effectiveness of PPI in the context of large-scale change.
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.
Jasmina joined the RPT in January 2018. With undergraduate, MSc and DPhil degrees in applied mathematics, Jasmina’s research focuses on applying different quantitative techniques to explore a variety of biological and physiological systems, comminicable and non-communicable diseases and answer emerging public health and healthcare questions. In conjunction with her role within the RPT, Jasmina also holds Honorary Lectureships at the Department of Mathematics and Institute for Global Health at UCL and at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), as well as an Honorary Academic Researcher Post at Public Health England.
Esther’s PhD is focusing how to use Patient Reported Outcomes in evaluating acute and emergency care.
Sonya is an Operational Researcher and member of an Embedded Research Team (ERT) based at UCLH