Dr Alicia Renedo BSc MSc PhD
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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.
I lead seminars on the Principles of Social Research compulsory module. I supervise PhDs and I am a tutor in the MSc Public Health.
I am a social psychologist with expertise in qualitative health research. I have a research interest in patient experience and involvement/community participation, with a particular emphasis on both theoretical and empirical aspects of citizenship and participation. My current work is focused on health and social transitions amongst young people living with chronic conditions.
- Adolescent health
- Health inequalities
- Health promotion
- Qualitative methods
- Social Sciences
- United Kingdom
- Participatory Approaches To Health
Developing patient-centred care: an ethnographic study of patient perceptions and influence on quality improvement.
Renedo, A. ; Marston, C. ;
BMC Health Serv Res, 2015; 15:122
Spaces for Citizen Involvement in Healthcare: An Ethnographic Study.
Renedo, A. ; Marston, C. ;
Sociology, 2015; 49(3):488-504
Conceptualising the 'community' as a recipient of money - A critical literature review, and implications for health and inequalities.
Reynolds, J. ; Egan, M. ; Renedo, A. ; Petticrew, M. ;
Soc Sci Med, 2015; 143:88-97
Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Quality Improvement: How organizations can help patients and professionals to collaborate
Renedo, A.; Marston, C.A.; Spyridonidis, D.; Barlow, J.
Public Management Review, 2015; 17(1):17-34
Care Versus Control: The Identity Dilemmas of UK Homelessness Professionals Working in a Contract Culture
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 2014; 24(3):220-233
Effects of community participation on improving uptake of skilled care for maternal and newborn health: a systematic review.
Marston, C. ; Renedo, A. ; McGowan, C.R. ; Portela, A. ;
PLoS One, 2013; 8(2):e55012
Healthcare Professionals' Representations of 'Patient and Public Involvement' and Creation of 'Public Participant' Identities: Implications for the Development of Inclusive and Bottom-Up Community Participation Initiatives
Renedo, A.; Marston, C.
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 2011; 21(3):268-280
Expert knowledge, cognitive polyphasia and health: a study on social representations of homelessness among professionals working in the voluntary sector in London
Renedo, A.; Jovchelovitch, S.
J Health Psychol, 2007; 12(5):779-90
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