Hannah Kendrick is a Research Officer within the Care Policy and Evaluation Centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is currently working on the ‘Creating Care Partnerships’ project where she is using mixed methods to evaluate the development of Research Practice Partnerships between adult social care research and practice in the UK. Here she is interested in exploring different ways of organising and creating collaboration between research and practice partners, as well as research capacity building and greater evidence use within adult social care. Previously, she worked as a Research Project Manager within the Health Management Group at the University of Manchester where she investigated board leadership changes 5 years on from the Francis Inquiry. Hannah holds a PhD in Health and Organisational Research from the University of Essex, as well as an MA in Public Policy from King’s College London and a BSocSci in Politics from the University of Manchester.