Phoebe Dunn

Research Assistant, Policy

Phoebe joined the Fund as a Research Assistant in the Policy Directorate in July 2014 and supports on a range of health and care research projects within the team.

Before joining the Fund Phoebe worked for a marketing and strategy agency and was involved in a range of projects for small and large organisations from across the sector. These included contributing to the launch report for the Point of Care Foundation, digital strategy for a large health charity, and a myth-busting campaign around outcomes-based approaches to healthcare.

Phoebe completed a masters in Demography and Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, where she was awarded the Selwyn Clarke prize. She also holds a BSc in Biology, majoring in Genetics, from University College London.

Selected work

An introduction to the digital agenda and plans for implementation
22 Sep 2016 | Publication
11 Jul 2016 | Publication
An agenda for action
7 Apr 2016 | Article
2016/17 and beyond
5 Feb 2016 | Publication
A time of challenge and opportunity
19 Nov 2015 | Article
What it means for health and social care in England
11 Nov 2015 | Publication
A Transformation Fund for the NHS
22 Jul 2015 | Publication
The role of changes in clinical practice
7 Jul 2015 | Publication
The state of involvement
4 Nov 2014 | Publication