Pepita Stringer is engaged in a PhD in Digital Economy, with the Horizon Digital Economy Institute, at the
University of Nottingham. Her PhD is a multidisciplinary research into people’s
attitudes towards genomic data, and straddles Computer Science, Engineering and
Medicine. She holds an MSc in Health Services Research and a BSc in
Professional Practice, all with the University of Nottingham. Previously she
was a registered mental health nurse with the NHS, and her roles included
Deputy Team Leader, and Community Mental Health Nurse. She is a PRINCE2
certified project manager, with hands-on risk assessment and change management
experience: having successfully project managed and facilitated technical,
medical and safety improvement collaborative efforts in primary, secondary and
tertiary care healthcare environments including the recent Health Foundation’s
Safer Clinical Systems Programme at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
She has also worked as a project manager in Medicines Management Services in
Southern Derbyshire CCG and on Electronic Patient Records in Nottingham. She is
experienced in undertaking stakeholder analysis and engagement, benefits
management workshops, feedback, dissemination and updating responsibilities.