• Kathryn’s expertise is in the critical analysis of evidence to evaluate services and identify areas for development and innovation. Kathryn is skilled at literature review and the application of qualitative research methods to understand the richness of people’s experiences and knowledge.

    Kathryn has a background in charity management and social science and built upon her understanding of the national and global picture for healthcare through her postgraduate studies. Kathryn’s research interests are in health inequalities and social inclusion, integrated healthcare and collaborative practice with patients and carers.

    • Evaluation and impact assessment
    • Evidence reviews
  • Kathryn brings to the Strategy Unit over twenty years’ experience in charity management, where she has worked across local and national charities, using data and evidence to inform the planning of charity services and strategy. Kathryn is skilled at working with local communities and a wide range of stakeholders to monitor and evaluate services and to recognise areas for development.

    Kathryn’s academic background is in the study and application of social science, including social research methods. She has a BSc in Sociology from the London School of Economics and Political Science and has recently completed postgraduate study at the University of Kent, achieving a Distinction in MSc Healthcare Management.