King’s Improvement Science

Dr Lucy Goulding

KIS Researchers

Programme manager for King’s Improvement Science, King’s College London

Dr Lucy Goulding

Dr Lucy Goulding

Lucy studied psychology and cognitive neuroscience at the University of Nottingham and has a masters in health services research from the University of York.  She undertook a PhD at York on the quality and safety of care for hospital patients who are admitted to wards that do not specialise in their health problem. Before joining KIS, Lucy worked at St George’s, University of London as a researcher on a project investigating the safety of care in NHS hospitals for people who have learning disabilities, and at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, evaluating the Department of Health and Social Care’s Public Health Responsibility Deal. Her research interests focus primarily on quality improvement, implementation science and patient safety.

Research interests

  • Applied health services research
  • Improvement science
  • Implementation science
  • Patient safety

Contact details

lucy.goulding@kcl.ac.uk 

Latest news

news-feed-image

21/11/2022

Carlos Treichel shares his experience of developing ImpRes-BR

Read more

news-feed-image

21/11/2022

Portuguese ImpRes tool spreads implementation research design guidance in Brazil

Read more