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Dr. Eva Elliott is a lecturer in Social Sciences at Cardiff University School of Social Sciences and Director of the Wales Health Impact Assessment Support Unit (WHIASU) which is a partnership between Cardiff University and Public Health Wales. She has conducted and led a wide range of research and evaluation studies on the relationship between different social and economic determinants and health and has a particular interest in the role of communities in shaping new knowledge and action.
Eva is currently a Co-Investigator on Productive Margins: Regulating for Engagement (five year research programme (2013-2018) an ESRC joint project with University of Bristol and Cardiff University School of Social Sciences; and Representing Communities: developing the creative power of people to improve health and well-being (three year research programme, 2013-2016) an AHRC/ESRC funded project led by the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University, with partners at University of Highlands and Islands, Glasgow Centre for Population Health, Leeds University, Birmingham University and University of South Wales. Both of these are part of a cross-council programme called Connected Communities.