In applying her specialized insight into patient experience, Jane ensures a holistic approach to our standalone PCO and digital and site-based projects, confirming that the needs of all key stakeholders – including patients and their caregivers, alongside clients – are addressed.
She brings over 10 years’ experience in designing and conducting health-related research and service evaluations, as well as extensive knowledge of implementing quantitative and qualitative research methodologies from her work in academia, National Health Service trusts, and the mental health charity sector. Her research has focused mainly on dementia and other severe and enduring mental health conditions. Jane has managed the submission of successful bids for research grants awarded by the NHS and Primary Care Trusts, has several publications in peer-reviewed journals, and has presented at numerous national mental health conferences.
Jane gained a BA (Hons) in Social Policy and Politics from the University of York, and an MSc in Public Health from the University of Manchester, completing her research thesis on the epidemiological study of mental infirmity.
Jane has recently returned to the world of health science research after taking some time out to study Art History at the University of Sussex. She lives on the south coast of England with her husband and two cats.
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