The Centre undertakes policy analysis work to improve the quality of evidence available to policy-makers grappling with specific health policy challenges. 

This policy analysis seeks to bridge the gap between researchers and policy-makers, and to translate academic evidence into actionable proposals.  The work is forward-looking, highly applied and led by senior individuals with practical experience of formulating and implementing health policy. They are guided by collaborative engagements between traditional academics, policy-makers, clinicians and other practitioners.

Our research is comprised of four broad thematic programmes:

Areas of work

Behavioural insights

Behavioural insights

Through understanding drivers of behaviour, and applying behavioural design in a patient-centred way, we determine how best to influence behaviours in a way that will improve health and healthcare.