Cath Taylor

Professor of Healthcare Workforce Organisation and Wellbeing
@ University of Surrey

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  • Bio

Cath Taylor is Professor of Healthcare Workforce Organisation and Wellbeing at the University of Surrey where she has worked since 2017.  She has worked in Health Services Research since 1997, following completion of a Psychology degree at Swansea University.  Her academic career began at Imperial College London (1997-2002) followed by Kings College London (2002-2017). Cath’s research is underpinned by the inextricable link between patient care and staff wellbeing.  Cath has conducted national cohort studies of mental health in hospital consultants, contributed to the national realist evaluation of Schwartz Center Rounds (with PI Jill Maben), and developed a health care team improvement tool (TEAM-QI) which won QIC oncology digital innovation of the year in 2016.  Most recently, Cath has completed Care Under Pressure 2: a realist synthesis aimed at improving wellbeing in nurses, midwives and paramedics; and the SEE-IT feasibility RCT evaluating the use of livestreaming to aid dispatch decision making for major trauma incidents.


  • My Upcoming Events

  • Mental Health: Supporting NHS Workforce Resilience 2024

    • 09-05-2024
    • 08:30 - 16:30
    • Pendulum Hotel & Manchester Conference Centre