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Nigel is a Senior Research Fellow within the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) funded Public Health Intervention Responsiveness Studies Team (PHIRST).

Nigel has more than 25 years’ experience as a social science researcher, and began his research career conducting psychological research, and teaching and lecturing at undergraduate level. He specialises in community-focused research and evaluation with initiatives that aim to bring about positive outcomes for underserved communities.

He is an impact measurement specialist and in 2006 co-founded a research, evaluation, training and development organisation that specialises in helping organisations to effectively demonstrate the impacts of their work. During the past 15 years, Nigel has conducted more than 60 different social research, evaluation and development projects, across a range of topic areas, with a diverse range of public and third sector organisations. He has particular expertise in impact measurement for services for children and families, health promotion and improvement programmes, and community-focused, multi-agency initiatives. 

Nigel spent four years at Birkbeck College, University of London, working for the National Evaluation of Sure Start, as a researcher, evaluation advisor, and National Coordinator. He was also an Analytical Associate with the UK Department for Education for six years, and a Research Fellow on the Burdett Trust Early Career Nurse Retention and Burnout Project at City, University of London.

Recent work has also included research to help organisations understand staff and organisational experiences of and responses to racism, and assist them in their journey towards becoming anti-racist organisations.


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