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Miss Isla Wallace
Room 112
Department of Applied Health Research
1-19 Torrington Place
Tel: 020 7679 1860
  • Research Associate
  • Epidemiology & Public Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Population Health Sciences

I graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2004 with an MA (Hons) in Social Policy and Politics. Since then, I have worked in a number of management roles in the public sector, most recently as a Project Manager in the NHS. I completed an MSc in Health and Public Leadership at Manchester Business School, studying part time while on the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme.
Previous research activities have included:
 - examining the effectiveness of psychosocial interventions for drug misusers in Scotland;
 - assessing the impact of mandatory reporting on rates of child abuse in Northern Ireland; and
 - analysing strategies to reduce salt consumption in Finland.

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Research Summary

I am a full time Research Associate in the Health Organisation and Management Group, within the Department of Applied Health Research.  I am currently working on a National Institute for Health Research funded study looking at the effectiveness of decision making in multidisciplinary teams for patients with chronic diseases.

I am also currently working part time on my PhD.

Teaching Summary

Introduction to qualitative research: approaches to data collection

(MSc Social Epidemiology; MSc Dental Public Health)

Academic Background
2010 MSc Master of Science University of Manchester
2004 MA Master of Arts (Hons) University of Edinburgh
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