Amanda Watt Research Manager
Amanda Watt joined the Health Foundation in April 2017 as Research Manager.
Amanda worked at RAND Europe in Cambridge for six years as an Analyst in the health and health care team prior to joining the Health Foundation. She also worked at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research as an Environmental Health Scientist prior to arriving in the U.K.
Amanda has a Masters in Public Health and Bachelors in Commerce and Science from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
- Scoggins (Watt), A. (2004) Does air pollution pose a public health problem for New Zealand? Australian and New Zealand Journal for Public Health. 28. Pp.16-19.
- Scoggins (Watt), A. Kjellstrom, T. Fisher G, Connor, J. (2004) Spatial analysis of air pollution exposure and mortality. The Science of the Total Environment. 321. Pp. 71-85.
- Soper, B. Buxton, M., Hanney, S. Oorwijn, W, Scoggins (Watt), A. Steel, N. Ling, T. (2008) Developing the protocol for the Health Foundations engaging with quality initiative – an emerging approach. Implementation Science. 3: 46.
- Hanney SR, Watt, A. Jones TH, Metcalf L. (2013) Conducting retrospective impact analysis to inform a medical research charity’s funding strategies: the case of Asthma UK. Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Immunology 2013. 9:17.
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