Dr Alicia Renedo BSc MSc PhD

Lecturer

Alicia Renedo's Background

  

I studied a BSc in Psychology (Deusto University, Spain), before joining the Social Psychology Institute at the London School of Economics (UK), where I completed my PhD.

Alicia Renedo's Affiliation

Alicia Renedo's Teaching

I lead seminars on the Principles of Social Research compulsory module. I am a tutor in the MSc Public Health.

Alicia Renedo's Research

I am a social psychologist with expertise in qualitative health research. I have a research interest in community participation and patient involvement interventions, with a particular emphasis on both the critical appraisal of theoretical and empirical aspects of participation. Other areas of interest include: homelessness, maternal and newborn health and sickle cell disease.

I am currently working with Dr Cicely Marston on a eight-year ethnographic project investigating patient and public involvement in healthcare research and service improvement in the NHS (National Institute for Health Research, Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care for Northwest London). A core part of my work is the critical appraisal of the concepts of involvement, empowerment and participation, with an emphasis on what 'involvement' means in practice.

Some of my papers are openly available here and here.

Research areas

  • Ethnography
  • Health inequalities
  • Health promotion
  • Health services research
  • Maternal health
  • Organisational research
  • Qualitative methods

Disciplines

  • Anthropology
  • Psychology
  • Social Sciences
  • Sociology

Countries

  • United Kingdom

Other interests

  • Citizenship
  • Community
  • Community Mobilisation
  • Constructivism
  • Contextual Factors
  • Ethnography Of Medical Research
  • Ethnography Of Research
  • Health Volunteers
  • Homelessness
  • Knowledge Attitudes And Practices
  • Maternal And Child Health
  • Participation
  • Participatory Approaches To Health
  • Partnerships
  • Patient And Public Involvement
  • Patient Involvement
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