Dr. Helen Lloyd, Plymouth University is giving a Masterclass on Thursday, 30 March at 11.00am in room A004, Health Sciences. Click on this link to book your place.
A central theme of Dr Lloyd’s work with PenCLAHRC focuses on complex interventions and experiences of care. She is currently co-leading the Person Centred Coordinated Care (PCCC) collaborative with Professor Richard Byng. The aims of this work involve creating a shared understanding and a taxonomy of components of PCCC to map the different ways in which models of deliver this type of care. The University of Plymouth team are also using practice based innovation to build robust theory about what forms of PCCC work for whom in what circumstances.
Dr. Lloyd is primarily a qualitative researcher with a grounding in medical anthropology. She particularly enjoys innovating with mixed methods and has a passion for action research that applies and integrates qualitative and quantitative methodologies to create health and social improvements. Dr Lloyd is also particularly interested in how micro, meso and macro factors interact to shape and potentially change health service delivery.
Dr. Lloyd’s research experience spans the health sciences from occupational health, psychiatry, epidemiology, health services research and public health. In 2003, Dr. Lloyd completed an MSc in medical anthropology at UCL, followed by the successful completion of my D.Phil. at the University of Oxford in 2007.
Dr Lloyd is an associate member of the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford. She is also a visiting academic researcher at the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford.