The Qual-P Project Team
From left to right:
Robbie Foy, Nat Wright, Krysia Canvin, Sue Bellass, Marie Cunningham, Kate McLintock, Tracey Farragher, Bridget Gill, George Charlesworth, Laura Sheard
Sue is the full-time researcher on the project which means she does the bulk of the work! It is Sue you will meet if you volunteer to do an interview.
Laura is the lead researcher on the project, which means she is responsible for the whole thing! Laura is based at the University of York but is seconded to Leeds one day a week for this post.
Robbie is joint-lead with Laura. He’s a GP, spending one day per week at a local practice and the remaining four days at the university.
Nat is also a GP but he works in prisons. He’s also Clinical Director for Spectrum CIC (a health services provider to prisons).
Tracey is based at the University of Manchester and will be taking care of all the complicated statistical analysis.
Krysia is managing the project and trying to make sure everyone does their bit on time. If you have a comment or query about the project, contact Krysia.
Marie’s day job is in NHS Health and Justice commissioning.
Kate is also a GP who works in prisons.
Bridget is Charity Manager at Spectrum People, a micro-charity based in Wakefield.