Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) co-ordinator, King’s Improvement Science, King’s College London
Len co-led the PPI strategy for the Centre for Implementation Science & King’s Improvement Science, and works closely with the Service User Research Enterprise (SURE).
Len is also a service user researcher, and works as an independent reviewer for the National Institute of Health Research and works on research project advisory panels with the McPin Foundation.
Len has a multidisciplinary background, with an MSc in the digital humanities from Southampton University. Len has also worked as a database analyst and programmer for the Medical Research Council Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit, as a peer researcher and peer support worker, utilising their lived experience of mental health, before moving into patient and public involvement.
- Service user involvement in research
- PPI research
- Service User Research
- Accessibility in research (particularly neurodiversity)
- Application of digital technologies to help open up access to research