Ryan is a Health Foundation Improvement Science PhD Student working under the primary supervision of Prof. Martin Utley. Ryan’s project has the working title “Operational Research towards outcome driven community health services” and will involve working alongside the North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT) within the context of their community healthcare services.
Jenny’s project The Economics of Multi-Sectoral Working aims to provide an analysis of the economics of multi-sectoral working, reviewing evaluation methodologies and financial mechanisms that incentivise organisations to take a whole system perspective to achieve system wide quality and cost improvement.
Belene’s project is focusing on how long-term conditions impact on access to and outcomes of hip and knee replacement surgery
Susie Edwards PhD is the Manager of the NIHR CLAHRC North Thames. Susie’s own research background is in biochemistry, and since leaving the lab she has worked in a number of different research management roles.
Mary is the Research Manager with the NIHR CLAHRC North Thames, having initially joined the CLAHRC as acting Manager (maternity cover). Previously, Mary worked at UCL as a Project Manager on an NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research addressing social inequalities in uptake of bowel cancer screening, and in a number of research and administrative roles within UCL. Mary has a Masters in Demography & Health, and undergraduate degrees in English and Fine Art.
Professor Morris’ research interests are primarily in the cost-effectiveness of interventions to improve health across a range of disease areas and population groups, and the determinants of health service use.
Estella is a health economist with an interest in social welfare and health inequalities.
Rachel is the clinical lead for the national i-THRIVE programme, and is responsible for supporting the national implementation of THRIVE. Rachel led on the i-THRIVE Academy, funded by Health Education England.
Rachel is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and has over 20 years’ experience working with children, young people and their families across the health, social care, education and voluntary sectors. She has managed a number of community, specialist and multi-agency CAMHS teams.
Rachel is committed to delivering and developing interventions and services that are evidence-informed and actively promote and encourage shared decision making to ensure collaborative practice with children, young people and their parents or carers.
Paul McLaughlin is a mental health matron who spent a year with the CLAHRC to increase his research skills and pursue a clinical academic career. Paul qualified as a mental health nurse in 1999 and completed a Masters in Interprofessional Practice in 2007, both at City University in London. He is a visiting lecturer at City University, completing a PG Dip in Academic Practice in 2009, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. At the commencement of the clinical academic fellowship in 2015, Paul was working as a ward matron in East London NHS Foundation Trust, where he has worked since he was a student.
His research focus was developing alternatives to forced treatment on acute psychiatric wards.