COVID-19: The Long Recovery
Learning from the experiences of primary care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, with a view to improving staff wellbeing and working conditions.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) School for Primary Care Research
Francesca is a current DPhil student in the NDPCHS’ IRIHS unit, and a part-time Research Assistant on the Remote-by-Default 2 study. Her work focuses on understanding the lived experiences of NHS staff working in GP surgeries during the pandemic, with a view to improving their wellbeing and working conditions.
She previously worked as a Research Assistant at The Healthcare Improvement Studies (THIS) Institute in the Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge. Here, her work contributed to: improving the safety and equity of remote antenatal care; improving electronic fetal monitoring during intrapartum labour; avoiding brain injury in childbirth; and understanding the drivers surrounding how doctors make, communicate and record differential diagnoses in the acute setting.
Francesca holds an MPhil in Social Anthropology from the University of Cambridge, and a BA in Archaeology and Anthropology from University College London.
Quality framework for remote antenatal care: qualitative study with women, healthcare professionals and system-level stakeholders
HINTON L. et al, (2022), BMJ Quality and Safety
Creating equitable remote antenatal care: the importance of inclusion
HINTON L. et al, (2022)
Creating an equitable evidence base for quality and safety in remote antenatal care
Kuberska K. et al, (2020)