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Niamh Lennox-Chhugani

International Foundation for Integrated Care

Niamh Lennox-Chhugani

Dr Niamh Lennox-Chhugani is Chief Executive of the International Foundation for Integrated Care. She has experience in evidence-based transformation in healthcare internationally as a clinician, academic and consultant. She has led care programmes in the NHS over the span of 30 years. She also has international policy experience with the World Bank and WHO including health system policy reform in Europe, Africa and Asia. As a subject matter expert on integrated care as part of wider healthcare reform, she has spoken at conferences, on panels, written papers and book chapters, contributed as part of international teams to health system reviews and integrated care evaluations. She has a PhD from Imperial College London in organisation change in healthcare. She is on the editorial board of the International Journal for Integrated Care and sits on the advisory board of numerous integrated care research programmes.


Countries International;
Topics Ageing in place; Attitudes and Expectations about Long-Term Care; Care and social protection in Southern Africa; Care in rural and other non-urban settings; Care inequalities; Care innovations; Care integration/ coordination; Care needs poverty and deprivation; Care outcomes; Care trajectories; Co-production in LTC; Community-based LTC; Economics of LTC; End-of-life care and LTC; Evaluation of LTC systems and services; Financing LTC; Governance and LTC systems organisation; Healthcare access in LTC; Information and data systems in LTC; LTC and people with learning disabilities; LTC and people with mental health conditions; LTC and younger people; LTC Policy; LTC Reforms; LTC Systems; LTC systems in LMIC countries; LTC Workforce; New models of care; Outcome measurement in LTC; Outcomes for unpaid/informal carers; Person-centered care; Prevention and rehabilitation and LTC; Primary Health Care; Relationship between LTC use and hospital use; Research gaps and priorities in LTC; Residential LTC services; Social Innovation in LTC; Unmet needs; Unpaid / informal care;
Methods Case studies; Co-production methods; Comparative policy analysis; Creative research methods; Document analysis; Economic evaluation; Ethnography; Knowledge-exchange; Literature reviews and synthesis; Longitudinal data analysis; Mixed methods; Policy analysis; Practice-based approaches; Qualitative studies; Questionnaire; Research ethics; Theory and frameworks; Theory of Change; Training materials;
Role Research;
Interest Groups Economics of Long-Term Care; Long-Term Care Policy;
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Since 2021