Public engagement and prioritisation of health care interventions; in particular public attitudes towards prevention programmes.
The main aims of the research will be to gain a greater understanding of public attitudes towards health service priority setting in respect of preventative programmes. By undertaking qualitative research and using various public engagement methods, I hope to gain a better understanding of what people value in terms of prevention programmes, and how this influences support for investment in prevention programmes.
Supervisors: Professor Iestyn Williams and Professor Martin Powell
Tami spent over 25 years working as a senior finance professional in a range of UK and overseas public sector health organisations. In 2018, she decided on a career change and undertook a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) at the university of Manchester. She now works as an occasional public health lecturer and full-time contracts manager at the University of South Wales.
- Masters of Public Health (MPH), University of Manchester. Awarded 2020
- Postgraduate Diploma in Management, Bradford University. Awarded 2016
- Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) Professional Level, Awarded 1996
- BSc Biochemistry, Cardiff University. Awarded 1990
- Healthcare finance / priority setting
- Public Health
- Health Economics
- Public Engagement
- Health Services Management
- Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA)
- Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA)
- Faculty of Public Health (student)