Health and Healthcare – Network members

  • Dr Shenaz Ahmed Leeds Institute for Health Sciences (Psychosocial aspect of genetic, genomic and prenatal screening technologies; global health research)
  • Dr Louise Bryant, School of Medicine (Psychosocial aspects of prenatal screening, improving access to mainstream healthcare for people with a learning disability)
  • Tom Chigbo, Leeds Citizens (Mental health, social justice, public participation)
  • Dr Mahua Das, School of Medicine (Community engagement approaches, developing and evaluating public health interventions)
  • Naila Dracup, Academic Unit of Health Economics (Health economics)
  • Dr Bassey Ebenso, Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development (Health policy and systems strengthening, realist methods, digital health technologies, health-related stigma)
  • Professor Nick Emmel, School of Sociology and Social Policy (Realist research methodology, vulnerability and flourishing, health and social care)
  • Dr Kate Farley, Leeds Institute for Health Sciences (Applied health research, healthcare commissioning, knowledge mobilisation)
  • Ana de la Fuente Herrero, Bradford District Care Trust (Mental Health, diversity, access)
  • Jeanette Hannah, University of Leeds (Mental health)
  • Dr Maria Horne, School of Healthcare (Health promotion, behaviour change, community and public health)
  • Professor Justin Keen, School of Medicine (Governance of health care delivery, governance of information/information technologies in health care)
  • Sue Kilminster, School of Healthcare (Mental health, social justice, stigma and discrimination)
  • Andrew Kirby, School of Medicine (Healthcare associated infection)
  • Dr Ghazala Mir, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences (Reducing health inequalities in excluded groups)
  • Naz Rafiq, HOPE Bradford (Maternity issues, infant death, bereavement support)
  • Alicia Ridout, Director, mHabitat (Health/healthcare, social inequalities, migration)
  • Professor Karen Spilsbury, School of Healthcare (Health and care workforce, order people, care holmes, quality of care)
  • Professor Veronica Swallow, School of Healthcare (Child and family healthcare, development and evaluation of complex interventions to support self-management)
  • Professor Michael Thomson, School of Law (Health law, children’s rights, legal and political theory, feminist theory)
  • Dr Gemma Travis Turner, School of Medicine (Behaviour change – disordered eating, physical activity, wellbeing)
  • Sandy Tubeuf, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences (Health economics, inequality of opportunity in health and education)
  • Dr Karen Vinall-Collier, School of Dentistry (Improving access to oral healthcare for all, homelessness)
  • Judy Wright, School of Medicine (Medline, Reference Management, EndNote, Systematic Review)