Phoebe Dunn Research Fellow

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Phoebe joined the Health Foundation in December 2019 as a Research Fellow in the Policy team.

Before joining the Health Foundation, Phoebe was a Research Fellow at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, working largely on primary care policy and research.  

Before this, Phoebe worked in the policy team at The King’s Fund – first as a researcher and latterly in a responsive policy role. This second role involved identifying, analysing and communicating emerging policy issues and their implications to internal and external audiences. Prior to this she worked for a health care communications agency, delivering research, communications and strategy projects for organisations from across the public, private and third sectors. 

Phoebe has an MSc in Demography and Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).

Latest articles


Adult social care and COVID-19 after the first wave: assessing the policy response in England


Our analysis of the national government policy response for social care after the first wave of the...


A year tracking COVID-19 policy


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COVID-19 policy tracker 2020


A timeline of the national policy and health system responses to COVID-19 in England in 2020.


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Adult social care and COVID-19: Assessing the policy response in England so far


Our analysis of the national government policy response during the first phase of the pandemic.

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