Lottie Moore

Lottie is a Policy Analyst at Public Policy Projects, working on projects related to social justice and health. Alongside her role at PPP, Lottie works as a Research Assistant at SOAS, in a policy unit which engages MPs and Lords to ensure that evidence-based views do not just inform, but actually create policy changes based on academic evidence. She specialises on issues relating to belief-systems and free speech, where her research has led to tangible change to UK policy relating to counterterrorism within the education sector. Prior to working at PPP, she worked in publishing and public relations. She holds a Master’s from Mansfield College, Oxford and a Bachelor’s degree from Bristol University, where she focused on Brexit, class and identity politics.

Articles by Lottie Moore
HealthOctober 12, 2021
Improving cancer care for LGBTQ+ patients in the UK
While gender and sexual identities continue to be decriminalised and more understood across the world, the health sector is taking a while to catch up. Dr Alison Berner is leading a coalition of clinicians and charities committed to improving the care needs of LGBTQ+ patients with cancer.
HealthSeptember 24, 2021
Vaxi Taxi: the simple and innovative vaccination programme with equity at its core
Ensuring everyone has equal access to good healthcare is fundamental to reducing health inequalities. Dr Sharon Raymond, GP and director of Covid Crisis Rescue Foundation, is making accessibility easier through her Vaxi Taxi project, which helps those in London’s most vulnerable communities' access
HealthAugust 2, 2021
A&E has become the entire health system’s safety net, not just the patient’s
While the current spotlight is on reducing post-pandemic elective surgery waiting times, emergency departments have been left to pick up the health system’s slack. Public Policy Projects Policy Analyst Lottie Moore spoke to Dr Katherine Henderson about the challenges now facing emergency medicine.
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