Caitlin has a degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Cambridge. Prior to joining Cordis Bright she worked for an education consultancy firm, conducting and reviewing research into governance and inspection practices in schools. Caitlin also has experience working in a think tank assessing the implications for the public sector of leaving the EU. Elsewhere, she has provided research and logistical support to women’s rights organisations and a national food bank charity.
“I enjoy the wide range of projects that we work on here at Cordis Bright, and I am proud of the breadth of expertise we possess. In particular, it is very gratifying to work with service users, and see first-hand the impact of the projects that we are helping to improve.”
Caitlin has a range of experience and expertise in conducting research. This includes:
- Qualitative research techniques including designing and conducting face-to-face and telephone interviews, thematic analysis and focus groups, with groups including young people and adults at risks.
- Producing state-of-the-field policy briefs.
- Collating and analysing documentary evidence.
- Quantitative research techniques, including analysis of large sets of survey and performance data.
- Conducting academically robust literature reviews.
- Quality assuring reports for publication.
Caitlin’s recent and current projects include:
- A multi-site evaluation of the delivery of Greater Manchester’s integrated health and social care system.
- A multi-site evaluation of a multi-disciplinary approach to delivering mental health services.
- A comprehensive needs assessment for victims of crime in South Wales.
- A needs assessment to inform the strategy of three large charitable providers of learning disability services in North London.
- A review of government policy regarding welfare, to inform the strategy of a UK charity.
- An evaluation of the reformed NHS 111 service.
- Quantitative analysis of Patient Reported Outcome Measures from an Integrated Practice Unit for psychosis.