Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellow; Honorary Consultant Paediatrician
UCL Institute of Child HealthEngland - London (North, East and Essex)
Dougal Hargreaves is an Honorary Consultant Paediatrician at University College London Hospital and a Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellow at the UCL Institute of Child Health. He recently returned from a Harkness Fellowship at Harvard Medical School, where he studied healthcare policies affecting adolescents and young adults. Previously, he worked as a Clinical Advisor at the English Department of Health, leading a national project to develop, validate and implement national quality standards for adolescent care within the NHS. Since qualifying from Cambridge University in 1999, he has worked in a wide range of clinical roles, including international work in Turkmenistan, Pakistan and Bosnia. He has a MD(Res) in Adolescent Health Services from University College London and additional postgraduate qualifications in public health and health economics.
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Co-designing implementation guidance to facilitate peer support in group clinics for young adults with diabetes
This project will co-design implementation guidance to support healthcare staff in facilitating meaningful peer relationships as part of group-based clinical care for young adults with diabetes (aged 16-25) in diverse, deprived NHS settings.