Dr Hannah Kendrick

Research Officer

Care Policy and Evaluation Centre (CPEC)

Room No
FAW 5.01B
Languages
English
Key Expertise
Qualitative research, Theory-based evaluation, Health & social care policy

About me

Hannah is a Research Officer within CPEC. She is currently working on the ‘Creating Care Partnerships’ project where she will be using mixed methods to evaluate the development of Research Practice Partnerships between adult social care research and practice in the UK.

Previously, she worked as a Research Project Manager within the Health Management Group at the University of Manchester where she conducted research on a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded project that investigated board leadership changes 5 years on from the Francis Inquiry.

Hannah holds a PhD in Health and Organisational Research from the University of Essex, as well as an MA in Public Policy from King’s College London and a BSocSci in Politics from the University of Manchester. Her PhD explored integrated health and social care policy implementation at the local level, using a qualitative case study design. She is particularly interested in the relationship between public policy, organisational practice and lived experience for staff and patients within health and social care.

Expertise Details

Qualitative research; Theory-based evaluation; Policy implementation; Health and social care policy; Critical theory; Discourse analysis

My research