Laura Wallace joined the Health Foundation in April 2018 as Programmes Officer. She currently works on the Innovating for Improvement programmes, QVisits and the development of a new workstream looking at the NHS role in prevention.
Laura worked for several charities prior to joining the Health Foundation, most recently as Evidence Officer at the MS Society. This role involved extensive research commissioning, grant management, public and patient involvement and conducting in-house research.
Prior to working in the charity sector, Laura worked in project management and operations in the private sector.
She holds a Masters degree in Social Epidemiology from University College London and a BA (Hons) degree in Social Policy & Sociology from The University of Sheffield.
The Health Foundation has announced funding of 23 projects as part of our Innovating for Improvement programme. Laura Wallace...
Health Foundation @HealthFdn
What makes the NHS an #AnchorInstitution? The NHS is the UK’s biggest employer, with 1.5 million staff. The NHS… https://t.co/CerGUQx6uAFollow us on Twitter
Work with us
We look for talented and passionate individuals as everyone at the Health Foundation has an important role to play.View current vacancies
The Q Community
Q is an initiative connecting people with improvement expertise across the UK.Find out more