Caroline Lee


Research Associate


Caroline Lee is a Research Associate at the Institute of Public Health, with over 20 years’ experience in project and programme evaluation and research across policy areas, including education, employment, childcare, health and public health. Recent projects include: reviewing the potential of time credit systems for improving public health; developing age-friendly rural communities: the contribution of local participatory planning processes; supporting local commissioners in evaluating the Healthy Fenland Fund; increasing attention to ethnicity and migration within public health; engaging communities in thinking about dementia risk; investigating approaches to peer support for older prisoners; and evaluating a creative participatory workshop approach to research with young people attending CAMHS. Before joining the University of Cambridge, Caroline has held research positions at the University of Oxford, IPSOS MORI and ECORYS consultancies. Her research interests include addressing inequalities, and integrated, preventive and community based initiatives.