‘What I love most about my role at HPP is the people. We work with a diversity of stakeholders; we listen to all perspectives and combine them in our policy reports. Whether it be patient advocates, politicians, industry or academia, no voice is lost.’
The Health Policy Partnership was founded in 2015 by Suzanne Wait and Ed Harding. Having worked together for several years previously, Ed and Suzanne wanted to create a new, vibrant consultancy focused on health policy research, strategy and intersectoral partnerships. HPP has grown rapidly, building on the core research function with specialists from other areas. Our people bring intellect, energy and drive to our work. We foster a collaborative environment while optimising each person’s skills and interests. The company culture is dynamic and conscientious, and our people reflect this in their strong work ethic and willingness to share ideas.
Editorial and communications
In addition to our full-time team, we work with several consultants based around the world. Their broad experience and expertise enhances our capacity to produce exceptional work, complementing our skill offer and regional knowledge.
Lynsey Conway is a Communications Consultant. For over 25 years, she has run communications and media relations campaigns for leading, blue-chip pharmaceutical companies, both in the UK and internationally, as well as NHS hospitals, patient organisations, health alliances and initiatives. She has worked in areas including oncology, haematology, pain and mental health.
Since 2005, Lynsey has directed the communications activities for the UK Lung Cancer Coalition and runs the Secretariat for the UK Gout Society. She was a director of the mental health charity Depression Alliance for over 12 years, and recently helped to oversee its successful merger with MIND.
Shortlisted twice as an individual for Communique Awards, Lynsey also provides communications services to the Liberal Democrats.
Daniel Han is a Consultant Researcher and former full-time member of the HPP research team. He has worked on global health research projects spanning topics such as the needs assessment for TB advocacy in high-prevalence countries, health impact assessment of microfinance participation in India, and optimisation of national HIV programme expenditures. He has also worked in Tamil Nadu, India, where he evaluated a community-based TB programme and continued to strengthen local capacity.
He has previously served in the Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF) as the Bilingual Field Coordinator of the F-16 Peace Bridge Upgrade programme, where he facilitated ground-level cooperation among the RoKAF, Lockheed Martin, and the US Air Force to strengthen the joint strategic capacity.
Daniel completed an MSc in Global Health and Development from University College London. He also holds a BA in Chemistry with minors in political science and biology from Assumption College, US.
Emily Kell is a Consultant Researcher and former full-time member of the HPP research team. She is currently training to be a Chartered Physiotherapist at St George’s Hospital, London.
Before joining HPP, Emily was Research and Policy Executive at the British Medical Association where she co-wrote ‘Food for thought: promoting healthy diets among children and young people’, which sets out the measures needed to help reduce the substantial burden of diet-related ill health in the UK. Emily has also been a freelance health researcher at the Commonwealth Secretariat, the University of Leeds and the Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action (SNEHA), based in Mumbai.
Emily holds a Master’s in Global Health and Development from University College London, and a BA in International Development and Southeast Asian Studies from the University of Leeds.
Jonathan Scrutton is a Consultant Researcher, currently based in East Asia. He was previously a Research Fellow at the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC-UK) where he specialised in health and social care policy, managing and researching projects ranging from adult immunisation to the links between social connections and wellbeing.
During his time with the ILC-UK, Jonathan was part of the European Nutrition for Health Alliance (ENHA) Secretariat, where he helped to develop and progress the Optimal Nutritional Care for All (ONCA) campaign by organising multi-stakeholder events across Europe.
Jonathan is particularly interested in issues relating to mental health. He has conducted research into the emotional wellbeing of older carers, and completed an internship with the Centre for Mental Health.
He holds a BA Study of Religions with first-class honours from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
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