Research Fellow, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Georgia is an interdisciplinary social scientist with an interest in maternity care services and experiences. Her PhD thesis (University of Warwick, 2021) explored women's childbirth preferences, decisions and outcomes in light of NHS England's Better Births policy. This research took a mixed-methods approach to considering different knowledge systems and approaches to risk in maternity care, neoliberal policymaking and the concept and reality of 'choice' in healthcare.
Georgia has since held an ESRC Impact Acceleration Account Postdoctoral Innovation Fellowship (Department of Sociology, University of Warwick) during which time she has been working with key maternity stakeholders to create impact and engage non-academic audiences with her doctoral research.
PGA Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (2022)
Georgia is currently a Research Fellow on the ARM@DA project, a NIHR funded realist synthesis which seeks to understand how digital clinical consultations can work to support safe, personalised and… read more
Georgia is currently a Research Fellow on the ARM@DA project, a NIHR funded realist synthesis which seeks to understand how digital clinical consultations can work to support safe, personalised and appropriate maternity care.
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