Dr Carly Meyer
Dr Carly Meyer is a Research Fellow at UCL, working within the NIHR Policy Research Unit in Behavioural Science. She also holds an Honorary appointment in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at The University of Queensland, Australia. Carly is a mixed-methods researcher who is interested in the study of health care professional behaviour and the use of behavioural science models and frameworks to support behaviour change in a variety of health contexts. Carly’s research has focused on the implementation of patient- and family-centred care in audiology and speech therapy settings, the development and evaluation of web-based tools/services to support communication disability, understanding variations in effectiveness of audit and feedback interventions on healthcare professional behaviour, and exploring covid-19 vaccine intention/behaviour.