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Dr Sonia Bussu
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Primary Care & Population Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

Dr Sonia Bussu holds a PhD in Local Governance and Citizen Participation from the London School of Economics. Prior to joining UCL, she worked in the Third Sector, where she designed and evaluated  participatory processes to increase citizen voice on policy making. 

Over the years she has led research on coproduction of local and health services, collaborative governance and facilitative leadership. She is an expert in participatory approaches to evaluation (i.e. Participatory Action Research) and a member of the Participation Lab’s advisory group at the University of Reading. She is an RSA (Royal Society of Arts) fellow. 

Research Summary

Sonia is a Research Associate working with Professor Martin Marshall, Lead for Improvement Science London, and she is responsible for conducting a qualitative and participatory evaluation of the Waltham Forest, East London (WEL) Integrated Care Pioneer Programme. Her work builds on the previous two-year evaluation of this programme (Sept 2014-Aug 2016) and focuses specifically on organisation development and culture change.


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