The project is a partnership between researchers working in the fields of Public Health and Primary Care from the University of Sheffield.
Liz Such I am a Research Fellow working for the National Institute of Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, Yorkshire and Humber. I specialise in research on public health and inequalities particularly in relation to ethnic health inequalities.
Liz Walton I am a National Institute of Health Research Clinical Lecturer working at Sheffield University. Part of this role allows me to also work as a GP in Derbyshire. Having finished my PhD in April 2015, I am now excited to be part of this research team undertake research which we hope will support vulnerable communities in Sheffield and the general practices who provide health care for them. I graduated from Sheffield Medical School in 2000 and finished my GP training in 2006 after a brief spell working in Australia.
Sarah Salway I am Professor of Public Health in the School of Health & Related Research at the University of Sheffield. Having spent my earlier career working in Bangladesh and India, for the past 10 years or so I have focused primarily on UK public health issues, with a particular interest in the health needs and experiences of migrant and minority ethnic populations.My research includes a focus on understanding the perspectives of service users/clients and improving the fit between services and needs. I have a particular interest in reproductive health and chronic health conditions. Much of my work has been conducted in collaboration with NHS and third sector organisations, as well as in partnership with community-based organisations and local people.