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Qualifications

Ph.D., 2002
BA (Hons – Class 1), 1998

About

Mark is a senior project manager and researcher at the Welsh Institute for Health and Social Care (WIHSC), part of the Faculty of Health, Sport and Science at the University of Glamorgan. He has considerable experience of managing and delivering complex and sensitive reports in the health and social care field. He has developed an expertise in applied research methodologies and his work is concerned mainly with the creation of evidence-based recommendations and strategies for public sector clients.

Mark graduated from University of Wales Swansea with both BA and PhD, and also worked there as a Lecturer. He worked for four years as Head of Qualitative Research at a social research company, before joining WIHSC in April 2008. He has undertaken a number of specialist evaluative and reviews, ranging from statutory consultations on hospital reconfiguration to studying the ‘care at home’ workforce. He has authored numerous reports which have directly impacted upon policy decisions within the public sector, and has published academic papers in journals relevant to the fields of planning and health.

Publications

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

Longley MJ, Llewellyn M, Beddow T, Cohen D, Corson J and Warner M (2011) A national health inequalities fund for Wales: concept, design and implementation Health Policy Vol.103, pp.141-148 [doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2011.08.001]

Owen AE and Llewellyn M (2011) Care at Home: challenges, possibilities and implications for the workforce in Wales Journal of Care Services Management Vol.5, No.2, pp.65-69

Llewellyn M (2004) Producing and experiencing Harlow: neighbourhood units and narratives of New Town life 1947-53 Planning Perspectives Vol.19, No.2, pp.155-174

Llewellyn M (2004) Urban village or white house: envisioned spaces, experienced places and everyday life at Kensal House, London in the 1930s Environment and Planning D: Society and Space Vol.22, No.2, pp.229-249

Llewellyn M (2004) Designed by women and designing women: gender, planning and the geographies of the kitchen in Britain 1917-1946 Cultural Geographies Vol.11, No.1, pp.42-60

Llewellyn M (2003) Polyvocalism and the public: doing a critical historical geography of architecture Area Vol.35, No.3 pp. 264-270

Llewellyn M (2003) Tales from research in Blunt A, Gruffudd P, May J, Ogborn M and Pinder D (eds) Cultural Geography in Practice London: Arnold pp.24-26

OFFICIAL REPORTS (lead or joint author)

Llewellyn M, Longley MJ, Fisk M, Boutall T, Wallace C and Roberts M (2010) Care at Home: challenges, possibilities and implications for the workforce in Wales Care Council for Wales (ISBN: 978-1-906528-29-4)

Longley MJ, Llewellyn M, and Simpson A (2010) The Provision Of Expert Patients Programme Activity Planning And Monitoring National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare

Llewellyn M and Simpson A (2010) Evaluation of Summer School 2010: Interim Findings Public Services Management Wales

Longley MJ, Llewellyn M, Simpson A, Fitzpatrick K, Griffiths G, Kimani S, Mackie P, and Magill J (2010) Influencing Commissioning in Health and Social Care: How the LINk can add value to public engagement: report of a study for the Birmingham Local Involvement Network and its statutory sector partners Birmingham City Council

Llewellyn M (2010) Analysis of Leadership Qualities Framework Responses Clinical Research Cymru and the Welsh Cancer Trails Network (suite of 22 individual reports, 15pp per report)

Llewellyn M and Morgan D (2009) ZZ99 3GZ: how homeless people access healthcare Welsh Assembly Government

Gould N and Llewellyn M (2009) Evaluation of SafeStart RCT Public Health Team

Llewellyn M et al (2009) Looked After Children and those on the Child Protection Register in RCT: understanding the reasons and exploring the thresholds RCT Social Services

Llewellyn M and Simpson A (2009) Evaluation of Summer School 2009 Public Services Management Wales

Llewellyn M and Griffiths G (2008) Evaluation of ‘Leading to Deliver’ programme National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare, 47pp

Longley MJ and Llewellyn M (2008) The Future of Stroke Rehabilitation Services in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan: results of a Citizen’s Jury Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust

Llewellyn M and Kingston MR (2008) Clinical Engagement in Bridgend: and independent study of the relationship between primary care providers and the Local Health Board National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare and Bridgend LHB, 70pp

Llewellyn M (2008) Learning Needs Analysis National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare and Cwm Taf NHS Trust (suite of 18 individual reports, 10pp per report)

Llewellyn M et al (2007) Independent analysis of the ‘Have Your Say’ Consultation West and, East and North Hertfordshire PCTs, 154pp

Llewellyn M et al (2007) Beyond Barriers: identifying conditions for embedding effective public involvement Welsh Assembly Government, 250pp (published copy deposited at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth)

Llewellyn M (2006) Our Critical Friend: an independent appreciative review of the NHS Centre for Equality and Human Rights NHS Wales, 51pp

Llewellyn M et al (2006) Development of a Sexual Health Strategy and Service Model � consultation on the sexual health and wellbeing of young people RCT Fframwaith Partnership

Llewellyn M and Longley MJ (2006) The Right Patient in the Right Place Neath Port Talbot Local Health Board

Llewellyn M (2005) Evaluation of NHS Wales Communications: report of consultation with NHS staff in Wales Department of Health and Social Care, Welsh Assembly Government, 102pp

Llewellyn M (2004) Independent Review of the Voluntary Sector Scheme: report of consultations with regional and sectoral voluntary sector groups in Wales Welsh Assembly Government, 54pp

Memberships

Associate Member of WISERD (Welsh Institute for Social and Ecomonic Research, Data and Methods) – from 2010.

Research

Projects – current or completed – either as principal investigator or project manager

British Red Cross (2010-11) Supporting Independence in the Home Carmarthenshire: an Appreciative Inquiry

British Heart Foundation (2008-11) Evaluation of the British Heart Foundation Cardiac Genetics Nurses Service Development Initiative

Macmillan Cancer Support (2010) Person-Centred Cancer Services for Wales

Public Services Management Wales (2009-10) Evaluation of Summer School: 2009 and 2010

Care Council for Wales (2008-10) Care at Home Workforce Study

National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare (2009-10) Evaluation of the Expert Patient Programme

Clinical Research Cymru and Welsh Cancer Trials Network (2009) Senior Management Coaching Programme

Rhondda Cynon Taf Public Health Team (2009) Evaluation of SafeStart

Birmingham City Council (2009) Evaluation of the influencing potential of the Birmingham LINk

Welsh Assembly Government (2009) Evaluation of Service Delivery Models of Homelessness Nurses

National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare (2008-9) Evaluation of the ‘Leading to Deliver’ Programme [3 Regional and 1 National Evaluations]

Pfizer (2008-9) Improving the Quality of Care

Public Health Strategy Division, Welsh Assembly Government (2004-8) Provision of Evaluation Support and Training to the Inequalities in Health Fund Research Projects

National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare (2008) Clinical Director Development: Learning Needs Analysis and Feedback

Rhondda Cynon Taf Social Services (2008) Looked After Children/Child Protection Register research

Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust (2008) The Future of Stroke Rehabilitation Services in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan

Community Health Councils (2008) The Future of CHCs

West Hertfordshire and East and North Hertfordshire PCTs (2007) Analysis of Responses to the Statutory ‘Have your Say’ Consultation for Hertfordshire

Bridgend Local Health Board (2007) Identifying effective partnership working on commissioning, service design and clinical engagement in Bridgend

Rhondda Cynon Taf Fframwaith Partnership (2006) Development of a Sexual Health Strategy and Service Model

Making the Connections Unit, Welsh Assembly Government (2006) Examining the barriers to effective public engagement in Wales in the health and local government sectors

Neath Port Talbot Local Health Board (2006) The Right Patient in the Right Place

NHS Wales (2006) Review of the Role of the NHS Centre for Equality and Human Rights

Department for Health and Social Care, Welsh Assembly Government (2005-6) Evaluative Review of NHS Wales Staff Communications

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