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Dr Felix Gradinger

Researcher-in-Residence (Integrated Care)

Kath Maguire

Felix Gradinger is a Researcher-in-Residence at the Integrated Care Organisation at Torbay where he is embedded from 2016-2021. His work will focus on co-producing, with system stakeholders, evaluation and research around person-centered coordinated care for older people in the community. He has experience in public involvement and conducting action-based, participatory, ethnographic and mixed methods research. Felix is a social scientist whose work is informed by a bio-psycho-social model of health.

Felix's work won a prize at the 1st Annual Implementation Science Research Conference. In conjunction with the Health & Wellbeing Team he was a finalist at the Health Services Journal (HSJ) Awards 2018, in the category of Primary and Community Care Services Redesign.

Areas of Expertise

Public involvement; Implementation Science; Knowledge Mobilisation; Quality Improvement; Applied health services research; Integrated Care; Social Prescribing; Mixed Methods.


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