Chris Naylor

Fellow, Health Policy

Chris conducts research and policy analysis and acts as a spokesperson for The King’s Fund on a range of topics. He has led several major projects including a national evaluation exploring the development of clinical commissioning groups. He contributes to The King’s Fund’s work on integrated care and health system reform and has particular interests in mental health, community involvement and the environmental sustainability of health and social care.

Chris joined The King's Fund in 2007.  He previously worked in research teams at the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health and the Institute of Psychiatry, and has an MSc in public health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He has also worked at the Public Health Foundation of India in Delhi.

Selected work

Lessons from mental health
4 Feb 2014 | Publication
Understanding the scale and impact
21 Nov 2013 | Publication
25 Jul 2013 | Article
Supporting improvement in general practice?
22 Jul 2013 | Publication
Securing a sustainable future
14 Mar 2013 | Publication
23 Jul 2012 | Article
Connecting environmental and financial performance
22 Mar 2012 | Publication
The cost of co-morbidities
9 Feb 2012 | Publication
1 Feb 2012 | Article
Can it improve quality and efficiency?
26 Jan 2012 | Publication
Improving quality and value for money
2 Dec 2010 | Publication
Lessons for success
12 Aug 2010 | Publication
What role can external organisations play?
1 Jul 2010 | Publication
Reinvigorate, replace or abandon?
20 Nov 2008 | Publication
23 Jun 2008 | Article
6 Jun 2008 | Article
Will polyclinics deliver integrated care?
5 Jun 2008 | Publication