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Lizzie Biswell-160

Elizabeth Biswell

Visiting Research Fellow

Biography

Lizzie is an experienced clinical research nurse who has been working in inclusion health research since 2015. She was Principal Investigator at a site recruiting to the NIHR homeless hospital discharge study and worked with Dr Michelle Cornes to disseminate the study findings and give a voice to the people whose lives were impacted by the study, such as through "the gutter frame challenge".

Lizzie is co-author of the discussion paper "Beyond clinical trials: Extending the role of the clinical research nurse into social care and homeless research" which explores how research nursing is evolving to areas such as inclusion health and social care and its necessity within this workforce.

Lizzie originally joined HSCWRU as research manager for the evaluation of the Department of Health and Social Care's Out of Hospital Care Models Programme and is now Visiting Research Fellow at the Unit. She works within HMP as a resettlement nurse and is passionate about working to improve both offender and homeless health.

Research

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Homelessness Research Programme

The Homelessness Research Programme (HRP) is based in the NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce at King’s College London and brings together leading researchers in the field.

OOHC-780
Evaluation of the Out-of-Hospital Care Models programme for people experiencing homelessness

Capturing learning from test sites for the programme and evidencing outcomes that are being achieved (2021–2023)

Project status: Ongoing

News

Hospital discharge services for people experiencing homelessness – the economic case

New paper assesses value of step-down care in both health and economic terms

NIHR circles

What happens when people without a home leave hospital?

A new study went to Cornwall as part of an ongoing evaluation of current initiatives

People taking part in a focus group

Research

homeless-780
Homelessness Research Programme

The Homelessness Research Programme (HRP) is based in the NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce at King’s College London and brings together leading researchers in the field.

OOHC-780
Evaluation of the Out-of-Hospital Care Models programme for people experiencing homelessness

Capturing learning from test sites for the programme and evidencing outcomes that are being achieved (2021–2023)

Project status: Ongoing

News

Hospital discharge services for people experiencing homelessness – the economic case

New paper assesses value of step-down care in both health and economic terms

NIHR circles

What happens when people without a home leave hospital?

A new study went to Cornwall as part of an ongoing evaluation of current initiatives

People taking part in a focus group