Camille joined the Nuffield Trust in January 2019 as an academic placement and now works as a Fellow, following a period as a Researcher. In her time at the Trust, Camille has undertaken a wide range of qualitative research projects and evaluations, with a particular emphasis on social care. She leads the Trust’s work on social care across the UK’s four countries, and has extensively researched France’s social care system. Her interests also include the links between health and climate change, a topic which she is keen to develop more within the Trust.
Camille has been awarded a Career Development Award from the NIHR School for Social Care Research. She has used this funding to shadow in local authorities, develop her networks in social care, and expand her qualitative research skills.
Camille holds an MSc in Global Health and Development from University College London, and an interdisciplinary bachelors in Societies and Health, also from University College London. She is a fluent French speaker, and also keenly converses in German and Spanish.