Dr Megan Clinch, BA MA PhD
Senior Lecturer in Medicine and Society
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: 020 7882 5876
In addition to coordinating the BSc Global health, Megan teaches the first year undergraduate module ‘Society, Medicine and Health’ and the iBSc/MSc module ‘Evidence, Policy and Global Health’.
She is currently engaged in a number of research projects that explore how different forms of investigation, experimentality, evidence, and evaluation are understood and negotiated in the development of complex public health and primary care interventions. This includes conducting and reflecting on qualitative evaluations for primary care and public health providers and engagement with local academic and health system initiatives that seek to include the residents of east London in the development and delivery of health care and disease prevention programmes.
Drawing on her interest in the politics and practice of evidence Megan is also currently part of project called ‘Test Sites’ that is led by the London based curatorial organisation Arts Catalyst. Test Sites consists of a series of co-inquiries into matters of concern connected with environmental change – such as flooding, pollution, and species loss – and their impact on local culture and the health and wellbeing of our ecosystems and ourselves. Megan is working with Arts Catalyst as part of a co-inquiry based in the Calder Valley in Yorkshire that focuses on water governance in relation to health, wellbeing and the resilience of communities and ecologies.
View all of Megan Clinch's Research Publications at: http://www.researchpublications.qmul.ac.uk/publications/staff/33061.html