Dr Lisa Huddlestone

Research Associate

Health Sciences
University of Leicester
George Davies Centre
University Road
Leicester, LE1 7RH

Tel: +44 (0)116 252 2505
Email: ljh49@leicester.ac.uk

 

 

Biography

After graduating with a BSc (hons) in Psychology and Criminology, Lisa worked as a Research Support Officer in a NHS mental health trust. It was while in this role that Lisa developed an interest in health inequality and applied health services research. In 2013, Lisa joined the University of Nottingham where her research focused on the development and evaluation of complex interventions to address tobacco use in vulnerable populations. Employing mixed and qualitative methods, Lisa has conducted studies in primary care, community and in-patient mental health, and acute secondary care settings.

Lisa’s other research interests include intended and unintended effects of interventions in healthcare and the co-production of health and social care innovations. Lisa recently completed a PhD in Epidemiology and Public Health from the University of Nottingham (with 3-year full studentship).

Her current role is with the Social Science Applied to Healthcare Improvement Research (SAPPHIRE) Group where she is working on the ethnographic evaluation of embedding effective self-management education programmes for type 2 diabetes in multi-ethnic primary care settings.

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