NEWS29 October 2019

HRW adds to behavioural science team

Behavioural economics News People UK

UK – Healthcare Research Worldwide (HRW) has expanded its applied behavioural science team, HRW Shift, hiring Rhiannon Phillips and Emma Neville.

Phillips (pictured) joins HRW as a behavioural scientist, having co-founded the behavioural science team at Breaking Blue (part of Cello Health). She brings extensive primary research experience across qualitative and quantitative methodologies as well as more innovative approaches.

Neville has been appointed as behavioural analyst following a MPhil History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine at University of Cambridge. 

These appointments bring the HRW Shift team to nine.

Katy Irving, global head of behavioural science at HRW Shift said: “Emma and Rhiannon are agile thinkers who can leverage their deep behavioural expertise and explain things simply and passionately. We’re going to learn so much from one another and really advance the impact for our clients with them as part of the team at HRW”

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