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Dr Louise Worswick PhD, MSc, FHEA

Research Fellow

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Louise Worswick is a researcher experienced in qualitative methods with a background in patient and public involvement, quality improvement and evaluation of healthcare interventions.

Louise Worswick has special interest in patient and public involvement in health service delivery, evaluation and research. Her research uses her qualitative expertise to explore views and perceptions of new and existing concepts to seek depth of understanding to contribute to the wider knowledge base.

Qualifications

MSc, Social and Behavioural Health Studies, City University London,1993

PhD, Bournemouth University, 2014

Career History

2007-2013 Researcher and Service User and Carer Lead, School of Health and Social Care, Bournemouth University

2013-2014 Project Manager and Director of National Projects, The Patients Association, London

2015-2016 Senior Programme Manager Patient and Public Involvement, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility (CCF) Coordinating Centre, London

2016-2018 Research Fellow, Research on Research NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC), University of Southampton

2018-2020 Macmillan Evaluation and Commissioning Manager, Somerset Wiltshire Avon and Gloucestershire Cancer Alliance, NHS South West

2020-2021 Research Fellow, Health Sciences, University of Southampton

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