Mr Philipp Friemann

Mr Philipp Friemann

MPhil/PhD Candidate, NIHR School of Social Care Research and Care Policy and Evaluation Centre

Care Policy and Evaluation Centre (CPEC)

Languages
English, French, German, Spanish
Key Expertise
Unpaid Care, Adult Social Care, Mental Health, Behavioural Science

About me

Philipp Friemann is an MPhil/PhD Candidate within the NIHR School of Social Care Research and Care Policy and Evaluation Centre at the LSE. He is developing an online peer support intervention for unpaid carers and evaluating it via a randomised controlled trial.  

Alongside his PhD, Philipp continues to work at the Behavioural Insights Team, where he focuses on projects in adult and children’s social care, as well as leading BIT’s growing number of projects on unpaid carers. Prior to joining BIT he was a strategy advisor at Essex County Council promoting better partnership working and innovation in policy development through service design and digital technology. 

Philipp holds a MSc in Social Anthropology from the LSE, a BA in Social Sciences from University College Utrecht, and a design research diploma from the Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture, and Design. 

Expertise Details

Unpaid Carers; Adult Social Care; Mental Health and Wellbeing; Behavioural Science; Intervention Design; Field Experiments