Dr Richard Kimberlee

About me

Richard graduated with a first class Sociology/Psychology BA honours degree from Lancaster University in 1983. His MSc. Politics(Distinction) was gained from UWE in 1996, followed by a PHd in 2000. He has taught at Liverpool (John Moores) University, Bradford University and Bath Spa University. His current research interests includes evaluating complex community and health interventions. This evaluative work includes analysis of SRB,  Big Lottery, NRSI, Sport England and EDF programmes. He has worked with a plethora of third sector organizations in the UK and across Europe to develop the capacity of the sector to profile their work. He has many years experience of both quantitative and qualitative methods and in recent years he has undertaken SROI analyses of a broad range community initiatives including community transport, LinkAge, Thomas Pocklington Trust, Healthy Living Centres and  Social Prescribing. He recently reported to Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group on social prescribing activity across the city and made policy recommendations on sustaining and expanding holistic social prescribing practice. 

Area of expertise

Data monitoring and evaluations of complex interventions in health and community settings. Social Return on Investment and alternative measures to assess social impact.

My Publications