Reda Misghina

Reda Misghina


Reda joined PPL as an Analyst with a background in research and having completed her Masters in Public Health from Imperial College.

Before joining PPL, Reda worked with a mental health charity as a researcher collecting data on housing and associated health outcomes within the deaf community; and as a fieldworker on HIV prevalence in London.

Since joining PPL, Reda has worked on multiple projects for the health and social care sector, including NHS workforce planning; on the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) programme with NHS Improvement; and supporting the roll-out person-centred care, applying both analytical and project management skills to develop business cases and model financial impacts. She has experience in working with large nationwide clinical datasets, including in identifying and helping to reduce variation in health outcomes across UK hospitals.

Reda’s Masters In Public Health involved a systematic review of Hepatitis B and malaria co-infection in endemic countries, including working with key stakeholders including the Ministry of Health and other partners developing control programmes in The Gambia. In addition to her MPH, Reda holds a BA in International Relations from SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies).

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