Brandi Leach is a senior analyst at RAND Europe with a background in health services and primary care research and evaluation. Her research interests include the health care workforce, inequalities in access and outcomes for vulnerable groups and the social determinants of health. Leach has professional experience in quantitative and qualitative social science methods including statistical analysis and data visualisation, focus groups, key stakeholder interviews, survey design and implementation, and literature reviews. She earned her Ph.D. in sociology from North Carolina State University.
Brandi Leach, Perri Morgan, Justine Strand de Oliveira, Sharon Hull, Truls Ostbye, Christine Everett, "Primary Care Multidisciplinary Teams in Practice: A Qualitative Study," BMC Family Practice, 18(115), 2017
Perri Morgan, Kristine Himmerick, Brandi Leach, Patricia Dieter, Christine Everett, "Scarcity of Primary Care Positions may Divert Physician Assistants into Specialty Practice," Medical Care Research and Review, 74(1), 2017
Cox C. Ansari A., McLaughlin M., Van her Scheer J., Liddell K. Burt J., McGowan J., Bousfield J., George J., Leach B., Parkinson S., Dixon-Woods M, "Developing an ethical framework for asymptomatic COVID-19 testing programmes in higher education institutions," Wellcome Open Research, 2021
Liberati E.G., Tarrant C., Willars J., Draycott T., Winter C., Kuberska K., Paton A., Marjanovic S., Leach B., Lichten C., Hocking L, "Seven features of safety in maternity units: a framework based on multisite ethnography and stakeholder consultatio," BMJ Quality & Safety, 2020