Jo Maybin

Fellow, Policy

Jo works in the policy team where she leads research and analysis projects on contemporary English health policy. She is particularly interested in staff, patient and carer experiences of care. Her recent projects include work on staff and patient experiences of community health services, ways of thinking about rationing in the health service, and changes to accountability arrangements in the NHS following the Lansley reforms.

Jo is also a coach and has worked with clinicians, managers and patient leaders in health care.

Before joining the Fund in 2006, she worked as a social affairs analyst for BBC News. She has degrees in social and political sciences from King’s College Cambridge, the LSE and the University of Edinburgh. Her first book, Producing health policy: knowledge and knowing in government policy work, was published in 2016 and draws on ethnographic research conducted inside England’s Department of Health.

Jo is on maternity leave until late spring 2017.

Selected work

Learning from patients, carers and staff
1 Sep 2016 | Publication
20 Mar 2015 | Blog
19 Nov 2014 | Blog
9 May 2012 | Article
3 May 2012 | Publication
3 May 2012 | Blog
Can it improve quality and efficiency?
26 Jan 2012 | Publication
1 Jun 2011 | Blog
Implications of the government's reform programme
1 Jun 2011 | Publication
A review of progress 1997-2010
11 Apr 2010 | Publication
16 Dec 2008 | Article
6 Nov 2008 | Article
8 Sep 2008 | Publication
23 Jun 2008 | Article
Will polyclinics deliver integrated care?
5 Jun 2008 | Publication
3 May 2008 | Publication
19 Oct 2007 | Publication
From deficit to a sustainable surplus?
3 Aug 2007 | Publication
11 Apr 2007 | Publication