Tom is a senior research fellow in the School of Public Health, Imperial College London, and co-leads the Information and Intelligence theme of the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) Northwest London. Tom has first-hand experience working on 70 multidisciplinary healthcare research and improvement projects. His research interests lie in population health improvement, evaluation of complex interventions, and fostering good measurement in improvement work. Tom uses statistical and data science methods to capture learning from large datasets, informing improvement in health and care services. His PhD is in mathematics, and he still enjoys applying mathematical thinking to healthcare improvement.
Tom leads Quality Improvement in Healthcare modules on both the Master of Public Health and Global Master of Public Health programmes.
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