Lucy Bryning joined CHEME as a Research Officer in Health Economics in 2015. She has a 1st Class BSc (Hons) and a Masters by Research, both in Psychology. Alongside her work, Lucy is undertaking a PhD in Health Economics exploring the economics of Mindfulness Based Interventions.
Her research interests include the evaluation of complex public health programmes, psychosocial interventions, prevention initiatives and novel technologies for improving health. Lucy was a co-author on the series of CHEME reports commissioned by Public Health Wales on the economic case for investment across the life course, including Transforming Young Lives across Wales (2016), Living Well for Longer (2018) and Wellness in Work (2019).