Scarlett has a BA (Hons) in Anthropology from the University of Bristol and an MSc in Medical Anthropology from Durham University. Scarlett has also held a research position at the NIHR, where she was responsible for conducting in-depth health care policy analysis for the innovative TAPCARE study. The study aims to help primary care settings become ‘trauma-informed’ - prevent the re-traumatisation of patients who have experienced domestic violence.
Prior to joining Cordis Bright, Scarlett worked for Verita Consultancy Ltd, where she transcribed and thematically coded interviews of staff and patients for the Independent Investigation into East Kent Maternity Services. The recommendations developed from Scarlett’s work were published in the final investigation report given to the Department of Health and Social Care in October 2022.
Scarlett’s skills include: