Research Fellow, 2008
While at Policy Exchange Jamie co-wrote two publications for the Health unit as part of an investigation into reforming the NHS. He has a first class degree in Philosophy from the University of Sheffield, and an MSc with distinction in Social Policy from the University of Edinburgh.
Related Posts & Publications
by Jamie Burn | Jun 4, 2008Read Publication Even when backed by clear evidence, new technologies and practices inch their way too slowly through the vast web of structures that make up the National Health Service. This is one of the reasons our standards often fall below those of comparable...
REGISTER NOW: Can our Cities come back from Covid? A Lecture by Professor Ed Glaeser to mark the relaunch of Policy Exchange’s Liveable London Unit. Chaired by @TrevorPTweets
NEW BLOG: From genomics to vaccines and therapeutics, the UK science sector has played a central role in the pandemic response. This shows the value of long-term policymaking, say @Robert_WH_Ede and @rcsloggett in a new blog. policyexchange.org.u…
NEW REPORT: Austria offers a little heralded, but important example of how democratic states can develop a coherent set of policies for dealing with the ideological challenge posed by Islamism, argues Sir John Jenkins and Clarisse Pásztory. policyexchange.org.u…