Department of Health Sciences
University of Leicester
A Professor of Healthcare Improvement Research, Natalie is a graduate of the Universities of Warwick (BA), London (MSc), and Nottingham (PhD). A medical sociologist by background, her work uses sociological ideas and methods to understand health and illness and to tackle problems in the delivery of high-quality healthcare. Following postdoctoral positions at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the University of Warwick, Natalie took up her first academic post in 2008 as Lecturer in Social Science Applied to Health at the University of Leicester. She has remained here ever since, being promoted to Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in 2014 and to Professor of Healthcare Improvement Research in 2017.
Armstrong N, Jackson C, McNicol S, Dixon-Woods M, Kenyon S, Tarrant C. (2013) Unblinding following trial participation: qualitative study of participants' perspectives. 10(1): 97-103.