Research & Evaluation Consultant
Dr Eloise Radcliffe has 20 years of experience working in health services research and evaluation in both academic settings and voluntary sector organisations. She is a qualitative researcher with a background in social science. Eloise has an MSc in Sociology from the London School of Economics and a PhD in Medical Sociology from King’s College London, examining the experiences of older stroke patients and their spouses using individual and joint qualitative interviews taking a biographical narrative approach. She has been a researcher at King’s College London for over ten years on various studies and evaluations, including studies funded by the National Institute for Health Research and Dimbleby Cancer Care. She has been a Research Fellow at the University of Southampton since 2018 on studies funded by Macmillan Cancer Support and the National Institute for Health Research. Eloise has expertise in conducting research and evaluation using qualitative ethnographic methods with a focus on healthcare organisations and workforce, as well as patient and carer experiences. She has much experience in working with vulnerable groups including palliative care patients, bereaved carers, people with dementia, homeless people with substance misuse issues, older people living with frailty and people with chronic conditions including cancer and stroke. Eloise has extensive experience of Public and Patient Involvement, including patients with cancer and stroke, consulting with public and patient involvement stakeholders at each stage of the research and evaluation process.