Knowledge mobilisation, voluntary sector healthcare organisations, realist methodology, mental health
Becky is an applied health researcher, with methodological expertise in qualitative and realist research and evaluation. She has skills in systematic review, ethnographic methods (interviews and participant/non-participant observation), and realist methods. She lives with her fella and two cats (Rosie and Freya) in rural Devon, and prior to her new role with PenARC, she was working for Prof Rod Sheaff on the Third Sector Commissioning project. Her research interests include knowledge mobilisation (the focus of her PenCLAHRC PhD), voluntary sector healthcare organisations, realist methodology, language revitalisation and of course mental health. She supervises two PhD students, one at the University of Plymouth and one at Charles Darwin University.