Current research interests include governance and governmentality, health inequalities, policy implementation and the social relations of knowledge production, including patient and public involvement in research.

Between 2009 and 2012 I was a Research Fellow at Keele University Primary Care Sciences working on patient and public involvement as part of the NIHR Research Design Service. Previous non-academic work experience includes posts in NHS primary care (Senior Evaluation Officer), health promotion (Community Health Development) and a Local Authority (Planning Officer, Social Inclusion).

Currently working with Graham Martin on a CLAHRC funded study called ‘A stronger voice? The role of patient and public involvement in health and social care commissioning and provision in the East Midlands.

Pam and Graham talk about one of their publications from the project in this video.


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