University of Hertfordshire

Dr Gill Craig


Dr Gill Craig


Postal address:
University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Hertfordshire
United Kingdom


Gill Craig is a Reader in Public Health & Social Science in the Centre for Research in Public Health & Community Care (CRIPACC). 

She is a Chartered Psychologist (C.Psychol) and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (AFBPsS). She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and has a Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP).

Gill specialises in inclusion health which aims to address health and social inequities in marginalised groups with complex health and social care needs in the field of disability and tuberculosis. She is the lead for the Hertfordshire Network for Inclusion Health and the Chair of the Hertfordshire Public Health Liaison Group. She is the research lead for learning disability within the School of Health & Social Work.

Gill’s research interests include models of care for children with neurodisability and marginalised groups with tuberculosis (TB).  She was the lead researcher on the TB Link project involving the development and evaluation of a social outreach model of tuberculosis care.  She is the Chief Investigator of a national study mapping best practice support models for children with neurodisability, complex feeding needs and their families funded by the NIHR, HS&DR programme. She is interested in stigma as a social determinant of health and has co-authored several chapters in the stigma measurement guidance developed under the USAID funded Challenge TB Programme in collaboration with the Dutch tuberculosis foundation (KNCV). Her methodological specialisms include: feminist and qualitative research, discourse analysis, process evaluations, case study research and participatory research. Her research interests are inclusion health, TB/HIV and stigma, maternal identity, feeding practices and disability. She holds an Honorary position at City, University of London

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