In addition to working as an academic, Natasha is a consultant working with organisations such as the NHS and the Local Government. Natasha also consults organisations on improving research and evaluation through the uses of participatory research methods.
Natasha has worked extensively in improving health inequalities amongst marginalised communities. She also has a keen interest in the impacts of neoliberal economics and leadership and management and is near completion of a Professional Doctorate (DProf) in this area.
- Rochelle A. Burgess & Natasha Choudary (2021) Time is on our side: operationalising ‘phase zero’ in coproduction of mental health services for marginalised and underserved populations in London, International Journal of Public Administration, 44:9, 753-766
- Burgess, R and Choudary, N (2017) Coproduction from Theory to Practice: Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network: An Evaluation Report. London: WCEN
- Choudary, N and Burgess, R. (2019) In Pursuit of Change: The Impacts of Coproduction on Marginalised Communities in the UK. Manuscript in preparation.
- Scott, M., Choudary, N et al (2015) Grant Funding of the Voluntary Sector in Islington. London: London Metropolitan University and Voluntary Action Islington
- Young, T. and Choudary, N. (2014). The Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Females by Gang-affiliated Youth in Enfield (Confidential Report). Enfield Community Safety Unit.
Dr Natasha Choudary
Senior Lecturer in Health