Dr Jessica Sheringham


Mixed methods researcher, Research Partnership Team

Co-Chair of the Local Authority Public Health Academic Research Network for London and North Thames


MA (Cantab), PhD, FFPH

Senior Research Fellow, UCL

Honorary Consultant in Public Health, OHID


Jessica Sheringham is co-chair of the Local Authority Public Health Academic Research Network for London and North Thames. She is a Senior Research Fellow at University College London, an honorary Consultant in Public Health with the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities and a member of NIHR ARC North Thames Research Partnership Team, where she also leads on population health research with Integrated Care Boards and Local Authorities. 

Jessica works predominantly with public health and healthcare professionals on research that addresses questions of importance to public health and healthcare delivery. From 2024, she is embarking on a programme of research through an NIHR Population Health Career Scientist Fellowship to understand the impact of data sharing between housing and health services to reduce health inequalities.

Jessica also has an enduring commitment to public health education and training. She has led development of eCREST, an online educational resource on clinical reasoning, used by current and future healthcare professionals in four different countries. She is a co-author of Mastering Public Health, a textbook on public health and an Examiner for the UK Faculty of Public Health international membership exams.

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