Suzanne Wood Improvement Fellow
Suzanne Wood is an Improvement Fellow in the Improvement team. She joined the Health Foundation in July 2013.
Prior to joining the Health Foundation, Suzanne worked as a Policy Manager at the General Medical Council. Suzanne has also worked in a variety of legal and policy roles in Australia and Ireland.
Suzanne studied at the University of Melbourne, Australia where she gained her law degree and a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in politics.
Suzanne is the lead for person-centred care at the Health Foundation and has authored several publications as part of the Realising the Value programme which the Foundation jointly led with Nesta between 2015-2017. Suzanne is currently working with colleagues to develop work on the contribution of the NHS to improving the wider health of people and communities.
This report reviews the wide range of mechanisms that national bodies use to achieve their policy...
This overview examines how the NHS in England has performed over this parliament in relation to...
Improvement Fellow Suzanne Wood explores the potential impact of investing in self-management.
This publication makes the case for an ambitious, whole-government approach to long-term investment...
Our new report explores the ways in which NHS organisations act as anchor institutions, and their...
When focusing on prevention, it’s about ‘stepping back and zooming out to take in a wider...
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