I have been a member of the NIHR CLAHRC (Collaboration for leadership in Applied Health Research and Care) for Northwest London since its inception in October 2008.
My current role as a Public Health Research Fellow involves delivering expert support, including project management, to quality improvement and research projects within the NHS across northwest London.
In addition to my operational role I have research interests in the evaluation of the implementation studies, inequities in access to health services and translation of health policy. I am doctoral research student at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. My current research, as part of my DrPH (doctorate in public health), involves an analysis of the development and implementation of policies for the acute medical setting.
To find out more about my publications see my Google Scholar account here
Reed JE, Green S, Howe C, 2018, Translating evidence in complex systems: a comparative review of implementation and improvement frameworks., Int J Qual Health Care
et al., 2018, Co-designing interventions within quality improvement initiatives: Notes from the field, The Journal of Health Design, Vol:3, Pages:49-56
et al., 2018, Barriers to delivering mental health services in Georgia with an economic and financial focus: Informing policy and acting on evidence, Bmc Health Services Research, Vol:18
et al., 2018, Implementing guidelines on physical health in the acute mental health setting: a quality improvement approach, International Journal of Mental Health Systems, Vol:12, ISSN:1752-4458
Green SA, Bell D, Mays N, 2017, Identification of factors that support successful implementation of care bundles in the acute medical setting: a qualitative study, Bmc Health Services Research, Vol:17, ISSN:1472-6963