Dr Natasha Kriznik is a sociologist and qualitative researcher based in the Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research (CCHSR). Prior to joining CCHSR in August 2016, Natasha worked as the Post-Doctoral Research Associate for the St John’s College Reading Group on Health Inequalities (http://www.joh.cam.ac.uk/st-john%E2%80%99s-reading-group-health-inequalities). Before that she studied at Durham University, completing a BA (Hons) in Sociology, an MA in Social Research Methods (Sociology), and a PhD in Applied Social Sciences – Social Policy.
Natasha has a broad interest in medical sociology, particularly in relation to health inequalities and public health, as well as the processes related to the production of social policy. She is also interested in social theory and its use in enhancing the outcomes of research. She will be involved in projects relating to healthcare quality and patient safety during her time at CCHSR.
Szreter S, Kinmonth AL, Kriznik NM, Kelly MP (2016) Health, welfare and the state—the dangers of forgetting history. The Lancet 388(10061): 2734-2735.