Catharine is an experienced and enthusiastic researcher with particular interests in healthcare, health education and promotion, medical education, community health and lifestyle. She is also a skilled writer and has authored a number of published academic papers and professional reports.
Catharine works part-time on her PhD research project at the University of Birmingham to develop a psychosocial assessment tool and associated intervention to facilitate patients’ adjustment to the diagnosis of Coeliac Disease.
Peter is experienced in organisational development, strategic planning and impact assessment. He has held a wide range of management and board-level roles in local government, higher education and the voluntary sector.
Peter has a particular interest in translating strategy and policy into effective service delivery, combining his strategic skills with experience and qualifications in youth work, volunteer management and developing services for older people. He is enthusiastic about supporting sustainable community development, and is experienced in empowering community groups, youth social action, and community safety.
Peter is a member of the Social Research Association, an experienced project manager, and a certified
Katy has more than 15 years’ experience of designing, leading and undertaking research and evaluation projects across a range of policy fields. She has a specific interest in supporting organisations to deliver and assess the effectiveness of person centred services. Katy has worked for and in collaboration with public and third sector organisations, universities, local authorities and central government.
Katy has experience of delivering: service and programme evaluations; designing and using outcome measures; feasibility studies and needs analysis; communication skills training; implementation studies and organisational change projects; cost effectiveness analysis; literature reviews and rapid evidence assessments; and logic modelling and theory of change development. She has published in international peer reviewed journals and on government websites.
Katy is a member of the Social Research Association, has a certificate in Good Clinical Practice and is a certified PRINCE2 Practitioner.
Niall Galbraith is a chartered psychologist with research interests in cognition and beliefs in relation to health and mental health. He publishes his research in peer reviewed academic journals, has recently edited two books (‘Aberrant Beliefs and Reasoning’ and ’The Thinking Mind: A Festschrift for Ken Manktelow’) and will be co-authoring, with Ken Manktelow, the new edition of 'Thinking and Reasoning’.
Niall is a senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton’s Institute of Psychology.
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