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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Dr Felicity Morrow, BA MSc PhD


Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Qualitative Research)

Centre: Centre for Public Health & Policy



I am an experienced qualitative researcher working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Wolfson Institute of Population Health at Queen Mary’s Centre for Public Health and Policy. This postdoctoral research is a qualitative study which will explore perceptions, attitudes, and beliefs of COVID-19 vaccines in underserved populations in East London through semi-structured interviews and focus group discussions. Furthermore, through a series of participatory workshops, this research will co-design a public engagement tool to promote vaccine uptake.

Before joining QMUL, I worked as a Social Work Lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University where I also completed my PhD. My qualitative doctoral research was an ethnography of an adult social work team in Scotland capturing the complex translation of a social care personalisation policy called self-directed support. The ethnographic fieldwork included practice observation, formal and informal interviews, document analysis, and auto-ethnographic reflection. Additionally, I am a qualified and registered social work practitioner with an interest in adult safeguarding and protection. 


Research Interests:

My research interests centre around health and social care policy translation, human rights-based approaches in frontline practice, underserved populations, and creative qualitative research methodology. 

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