Naomi Fulop is Professor of Health Care Organisation & Management in the Department for Applied Health Research, University College London and Visiting Professor at King’s College London. Prior to this, Naomi was Professor of Health Policy at King’s College London (2005-2012) and Director of the King’s Centre for Patient Safety and Service Quality Research. From 1994 to 2005 Naomi was at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, latterly as Senior Lecturer, and Director of the Centre which ran the then NHS Service Delivery and Organisation R&D programme, commissioning research on the organisation and management of healthcare. Naomi led the recently completed major research programme funded by EU FP7 on quality and safety in European Union hospitals, and currently leads the NIHR funded study of major system reconfigurations of stroke services implemented in London and Greater Manchester, and planned in the Midlands and East of England. She is a co-investigator on NIHR CLAHRC North Thames, leading the theme on innovations in systems and models of health care, and the CLAHRC Academy, its capacity building arm.
Naomi is the elected Chair of Health Services Research UK.
Read Naomi’s biography on the UCL website.