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Project researcher: Dr Riley Botelle, Academic Foundation doctor

The primary research project Riley has been leading is a mixed-methods review of mortality of people experiencing homelessness in Oxfordshire. He was fortunate to work with local homelessness services and the city council to evaluate mortality data, presenting findings and recommendations to multiple governance meetings.

Riley really wanted to work on a project that felt like it made a difference - that he could identify gaps in service provision and (hopefully!) find ways to fill them. The project involved much more communication and presenting than he was expecting, and he is glad to have been able to develop those skills.

The final output will be publicly available as a publication or report in the future. 

July 2023