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Dr Jenny Woodman
Room 37
27/28 Woburn Sq
London
WC1H 0AA
Tel: 0207 612 6815
Appointment
  • Lecturer in Child and Family Policy
  • IOE - Social Science
  • UCL Institute of Education
Role
UCL Subsidiary Supervisor
Biography


Research Groups
Research Themes
Research Summary

Dr Woodman is a public health researcher. Her research describes and evaluates the way that health and social care professionals and services respond to vulnerable children and their families. Dr Woodman is particularly interested in early help and support for children and/or their parents and the interface of health and children’s social care. She has largely focused on the front-door of services, including Accident and Emergency Services, GPs, Health Visitors and referrals to children’s social care. Dr Woodman has worked on whole family approaches to child health and is currently co-leading a scoping review about how we can use administrative data to investigate paternal health as part of the family environment for the child.

 Dr Woodman is a mixed methods researcher who uses in-depth interviews, focus groups and observations of professional practice, administrative data produced by health and social care services and systematic and scoping reviews to answer questions relevant to child and family policy. To achieve both breadth and depth in understanding, she often combines analyses of administrative data with in-depth qualitative data from service providers.

 Dr Woodman currently co-leads the Responsive Facility of the NIHR Policy Research Unit in Children and Families, which involved working closely with the Department of Health and Social Care to meet their evidence needs in a policy timeframe. Dr Woodman jointly convenes the Children’s Social Care Data User Group (CSC DUG), a knowledge exchange network that shares expertise between academic, third sector and government users of data from data from children’s services.


Teaching Summary

I currently teach on UCL-Institute of Education's BSc in Social Science Course, MSc in Social Policy and Social Research and supervise undergraduate, masters and doctoral students.   

Academic Background
2017   ATQ03 - Recognised by the HEA as a Fellow University College London
2014   Doctor of Philosophy University College London
2009   Master of Science London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
2005   Master of Arts King's College London
2001   Bachelor of Arts University of Cambridge
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