Research Project Manager, Health and Social Care Unit
Sean Phillips is a Research Project Manager in the Health and Social Care Unit. He joined Policy Exchange in December 2020 from the University of Oxford, where he is completing a doctorate in Global and Imperial History which explores the history of regionalism in the Indo- or Asia Pacific region. He previously lived in Berlin, where he worked as a consultant on matters relating to digital health and emergent technologies in healthcare, advising consumer health, insurance, and start-up clients. Sean holds an MSt in Global and Imperial History with Distinction from the University of Oxford and a BA in History from the University of Exeter.
Related Posts & Publications
by Sean Phillips | Jun 4, 2021Related Content The global response to the coronavirus pandemic has prompted a series of reflections about the international architecture of global health, both domestically and internationally. Through its Presidency of the G7 summit – which takes place in Cornwall...
by Sean Phillips | May 6, 2021Related Content One in ten people in England are now waiting for a routine procedure in the NHS (often described as elective or planned care). For many of these people, the wait will number several months or years. And the total number of people waiting will grow...
by Sean Phillips | Jan 26, 2021Related Content Assessing the initial phase of the vaccine rollout We are now into the eighth week of the national vaccine rollout. The programme has in many ways already been hugely successful with 6.5 million people, more than one in ten adults in the UK, receiving...
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