Dr Alicia Renedo
BSc MSc PhD
15-17 Tavistock Place
My research focuses on community participation, patient and public involvement and co-production to improve health. I am a social psychologist by background with experise in qualitative methodologies. I have an interest in using and developing social theory to contribute to innovative ways of understanding and practising participatory approaches to improving health and healthcare. I am a member of the DEPTH group (Dialogue, Evidence, Participation and Translation for Health).
I supervise PhDs and I am a tutor in the MSc Public Health.
I teach on the following modules: Principles of Social Research, Qualitative Methodologies, Health Services Research.
My research focuses on different aspects of participatory approaches to improving health and equity, with a particular emphasis on knowledge co-production, citizenship and patient and public involvement. I have used ethnographic methods to research patient and public involvement in healthcare quality improvement in the NHS.
My research also focuses on health and healthcare experiences, with particular attention to how these interact with people's socio-cultural and material contexts. I have conducted participatory qualitative research to understand transitions to adulthood among young people living with sickle cell. "This Sickle Cell Life" project was co-produced with young people, carers and clinicians. More information about this project: here.
Many of my papers are openly available via LSHTM research online.