Camille joined the Nuffield Trust in January 2019 on an academic placement. She will be working across both Research and Policy teams on a variety of projects. Her interests include the health and social care workforce, system reform, and the interactions of the healthcare system with wider social, environmental, and historical contexts.
While at university, Camille’s interests in health policy issues were reflected in her involvement with Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM), which advocates for social justice in the research, development, and provision of health technologies.
Camille holds an MSc in Global Health and Development from University College London, where her dissertation focused on the narratives set out in UK policy on long-term conditions under the 2010-2015 Conservative government. She also received an interdisciplinary bachelors Societies and Health, also from University College London. She is a fluent French speaker, and also keenly converses in German and Spanish.