Shilpa Ross

Senior Researcher, Policy

Shilpa Ross has more than ten years' experience in carrying out qualitative social research. She joined The King's Fund's policy directorate in 2009 and, since then, has worked on various health and social care research programmes.

Current projects include the emerging lessons from clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), an evaluation of the change process within an integrated care programme and an evaluation of the implementation of Schwartz Rounds in England. She has recently co-authored reports on the changing role of CCGs and the reconfiguration of clinical services.

Prior to joining The King's Fund, Shilpa's research focused on substance misuse and the resettlement of offenders. She has considerable skills in qualitative research with practitioners, service users and policy-makers.

Selected work

GPs in charge?
12 Jul 2016 | Publication
A new frontier for integrated care
8 Mar 2016 | Publication
Ten priorities for commissioners
19 Jun 2015 | Article
The changing role of CCGs in general practice
26 Jan 2015 | Publication
What is the evidence?
25 Nov 2014 | Publication
Supporting improvement in general practice?
22 Jul 2013 | Publication
What it is and how it can best be implemented
17 Nov 2011 | Publication
Findings from the first year
6 Jan 2011 | Publication
Capturing opinions from the front line
3 Nov 2010 | Publication
Lessons from good practice
28 Oct 2010 | Publication
Findings from focus group research
14 Apr 2010 | Publication