Harriet specialises in the qualitative analysis of health systems and healthcare improvement research. She has experience of both UK-based and global health systems research, and has worked on projects including improving efficiency in NHS procurement, novel interventions for addressing childhood obesity, global health system strengthening across maternal, surgical and community platforms, and achieving impact from public health research.
Funders include the Health Foundation and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). Harriet is also an advisor to the office of the Chief Medical Officer on cross-cutting public health and social policy issues, and has designed training materials for senior civil servants addressing leadership and public health.
She received her PhD and MSc from the School of Oriental and African Studies, where she researched maternal community health system implementation, and her MA from the University of Cambridge, where she studied Archaeology and Anthropology.