Expertise

Medical test evaluation; diagnostic appraisal; complex interventions; evidence synthesis

Biography

Dr Harriet Hunt’s research focuses on complex interventions with a particular interest in how evidence is used in the real world.

Dr Hunt works on the Nature on Prescription project within the European Centre for the Environment and Human Health, developing and evaluating a handbook for nature-based interventions co-created with partner organisations including the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust.

She has a background in epidemiology and public health, specifically around the evaluation of medical tests. Dr Hunt is interested in how we understand dynamic and incomplete information, communicate complex data for public consumption, and present information clearly and with integrity for different audiences.

Other team members

Dr Noreen Orr

Dr Noreen Orr

Research Fellow
Dr Rebecca Abbott

Dr Rebecca Abbott

Senior Research Fellow
Morwenna Rogers

Morwenna Rogers

Information Specialist
Alison Bethel

Alison Bethel

Information Specialist
Professor Ken Stein

Professor Ken Stein

Deputy Director of PenARC and Professor of Public Health
Rebecca Whear

Rebecca Whear

Research Fellow
Professor Jo Thompson-Coon

Professor Jo Thompson-Coon

Professor of Evidence Synthesis and Health Policy