Meera Craston

Meera Craston leads our work on the integration and personalisation of public services, and has a specialist interest in the ongoing transformation of the health and social care sectors. She has over twelve years of experience at SQW, which has included supporting and evaluating new models and ways of working, in the health, social care and education sectors and working across a range of different stakeholder groups and research participants including a variety of clinical and non-clinical staff, vulnerable adults, general practice patients and families with children with complex needs. Meera has most recently undertaken work for NHS England, Macmillan Cancer Support, the Department for Education, the Department of Health, Cross Keys Homes and KIDS.

Recent projects led by Meera have included: oversight of SQW's contribution to the Evaluation of the Prime Minister's Challenge Fund/GP Access Fund Waves One and Two on behalf of NHS England; an Evaluation of the Macmillan and Coventry City Council Partnership; all SQW's work on Individual Budgets for Families with Disabled Children and the Evaluation of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Pathfinder Programme, on behalf of the Department for Education; and the Evaluation of the Adult Common Assessment Framework Demonstrator Site Programme commissioned by the Department of Health.


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