Dr Jessica Sheringham
UCL

ARC ROLE

Mixed methods researcher, Research Partnership Team

PROFESSIONAL ROLE

Senior Research Fellow, Department of Applied Health Research, University College London

Honorary Consultant in Public Health (non-clinical), Public Health England

EXPERTISE AND INTERESTS

In her role within the NIHR ARC North Thames Research Partnership Team Jessica works closely with public health and healthcare professionals to develop research that addresses questions of importance to public health and healthcare delivery. Her current work programme includes studies that seek to improve pathways to a cancer diagnosis, implementation of supported self-management in asthma and maximising the value of linked health and social data to service delivery.

Jessica also has an enduring commitment to public health education and training. She is an Examiner for the UK Faculty of Public Health international membership exams. She has led development of online courses in screening, population health, evidence-based practice and clinical reasoning, She is co-author of Mastering Public Health, a textbook on public health.

HIGHLIGHTED WORK