CLAHRC East of England Fellowship Evaluation – Summary Report Released

Emily Rosenorn-Lanng
24th February 2018

The Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Heath Research and Care (CLAHRC) Fellowship is designed for clinicians, health and social care practitioners and managers to undertake and disseminate high quality research. NIHR CLAHRC East of England commissioned The National Centre for Cross Disciplinary Social Work at Bournemouth University to evaluate the CLAHRC East of England (EoE) Fellowship.

This publication provides the findings of an evaluation of the CLAHRC East of England
Fellowship from a variety of key informants who were undetaking or had previously taken part
in the programme.

Meet the author(s)

Emily Rosenorn-Lanng

Researcher
Emily Rosenorn-Lanng is a researcher and project manager at the National Centre for Cross Disciplinary Social Work (NCCDSW) at Bournemouth University. She has over 19 years of experience in conducting and managing various research projects in health and social care, local government, tourism and heritage sectors. She specialises in quantitative research methods, game-based learning, generative AI, cybersecurity, and accessibility. She is also pursuing a part-time PhD in game-based learning in Cyber Security education. She has published several research papers and reports on topics such as mental capacity, cyber fraud, child mortality, leadership development, and more. She has also participated in the InnovateUK cyberasap program, a pre-accelerator for cyber security start-ups.
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