I’ve been a hands-on qualitative health services / social researcher, teacher and supervisor at several leading universities for over 20 years. As a freelancer, I hope to continue working with academia but also to make my expertise and experience available to a wider audience. I offer a variety of qualitative research, writing, and teaching/training services on a consultancy basis at a competitive rate.
I have been fortunate to have worked with: Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust; University of Liverpool; University College London; McPin Foundation, London; Anna Freud Centre, London; University of Southampton / Wessex Academic Health Science Network; Bangor University, Wales; and, Lundbeck, Denmark.
Coercion in Mental Health: Patterns & Prevalence of Coercion in Mental Health Care & a Trial of the Effectiveness & Costs of Supervised Community Treatment Orders. ULTIMA & OCTET, 2009-2015.
I led the qualitative arm of this £1.9m NIHR research programme led by Professor Tom Burns.
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