Andria Hanbury

Theme Manager

Andria is an improvement scientist with experience of using improvement science methods within the NHS, broader public sector and the commercial sector. Andria’s PhD is in improvement science, during which time she was employed within a mental health trust to conduct the research. Andria subsequently worked as a research fellow on an implementation science theme of the first round of the Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC), based at York University.

Following this, Andria spent a year advising Leeds and York Partnership Foundation Trust on improvement science projects. Before joining the team at Bradford Institute for Health Research, Andria worked as a senior consultant for York Health Economics Consortium, specialising in patient reported outcome measures for public sector and pharmaceutical sector clients.

Andria Hanbury's latest projects

Improvement Science input into: Developing a school-based intervention to improve asthma management in children and young people in Bradford: asthma control in educational settings.

This project was funded by the Yorkshire and Humber Patient Safety Translational Research Centre and is led by a GP respiratory lead, with support from the Improvement Science theme. Children...

Evaluation of the WireSafe device

Approximately 200,000 central venous catheter insertions are made annually in the UK, enabling easy administration of fluids and medications to hospital patients. Between 1.5 and 3 cases per 10,000 procedures...

Qualitative Evaluation of the TytoCare handheld medical device pilot acorss Yorkshire and the Humber

TytoCare can take accurate readings of, for example, the ear, nose, and heart. It can be used by patients (guided by an app) or health professionals during virtual consultations. TytoCare...

Other Team members

Rebecca Lawton

Theme Lead

Andria Hanbury

Theme Manager

Lynn McVey

Senior Research Fellow