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Catherine joined the Centre for Implementation Science in August 2015, working on supporting Wessex AHSN projects including e-consults in Primary Care; and Health Education Wessex QI Team Based Fellowships.
She has worked within the University of Southampton, and with the University of Nottingham as a researcher for the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, a part-time lecturer in medical education and a part-time senior lecturer in education at Oxford Brookes University. Catherine has also lead and co-lead various projects for Health Education England East Midlands and the East Midlands Healthcare Workforce Deanery.
Catherine has also been involved in research and evaluation projects for the International Labour Office [ILO], Northampton County Council, Ann E Casey Foundation, SkillShare and UK Foundation Programme Office.