Impact Accelerator Unit Project Manager

Nicki Evans’ role is to support the evidence to practice gap by managing the operational delivery of key innovation projects for the Impact Accelerator Unit supported through the Research Institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences (iPCHS), Keele University.

She takes the lead for the project management of all impact projects and innovations delivered by the unit as well as supporting engagement with stakeholders within the health arena, collaborations with industry partners and support for the dedicated patient involvement group for the unit, LINK (Lay Involvement in Knowledge Mobilisation)

She graduated from University of Liverpool in 2001 with a degree in Nutrition and has worked in the NHS for 10 years in the public health arena prior to moving to the unit to enhance her project management skills.