Natasha Curry joined the Nuffield Trust in 2011 as a Senior Fellow in Health Policy. Her research interests include clinical commissioning, primary care provider models, integrated care, international health systems and NHS reform.
She is currently leading the Trust’s two-year programme of research into the future of general practice and primary care. This mixed methods programme is tracking the development, activities and impact (on patients and professionals) of large-scale general practice organisations. In addition, Natasha is involved in various other projects including research into CCGs, emerging commissioning models and length of stay.
Prior to joining the Nuffield Trust in July 2011, Natasha was a fellow in health policy at The King’s Fund. During her six years at the Fund, Natasha published widely on a number of subjects, including practice-based commissioning, the management of long-term conditions and approaches to clinical and service integration.
Previously, Natasha worked as a consultant in health at Matrix Research and Consultancy Ltd and as the evaluations officer at the Chinese National Healthy Living Centre.
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