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Kaleidoscope appoints Tom Rossington 

Kaleidoscope is delighted to welcome Tom Rossington as part of the team. He will support Kaleidoscope’s growing research and evaluation portfolio.

Kaleidoscope is delighted to announce the appointment of Tom Rossington as part of the team.

Before he joined Kaleidoscope, Tom was at Ipsos MORI in their Health and Social Care team.

Tom’s background is in research and evaluation across the health sector. He’s worked on nationwide and regionally-specific qualitative and quantitative studies exploring patient experience, vulnerable and seldom heard groups, integrated care, digital health tools and health data management.

Prior to Ipsos MORI, Tom enjoyed stints working on a farm and as a teaching assistant, after studying Social Policy and Sociology at the University of Sheffield.

Tom will be supporting Kaleidoscope’s growing research and evaluation portfolio including our work on public engagement research for hospital redevelopment, and citizens assemblies in Camden. He said:

“Joining an organisation during lockdown has been a bit different but it’s an exciting challenge. What appeals to me most about Kaleidoscope is the opportunity to deliver substantive research and strategy projects  but to be able to do it in a creative and engaging way.  I am really looking forward to some great projects, facilitating really interesting digital events and eventually getting back to the office so I can meet all my lovely new colleagues properly.”

Corinne Armstrong who is part of the team at Kaleidoscope said:

“Kaleidoscope looks for talented, clever and creative people who are passionate about improving health and care.  We knew immediately that Tom was a great fit. He has an intellectual and empathetic approach to research, which makes him a pleasure to work with.  He has hit the ground running and is already proving to be a tremendous asset to our research and evaluation work and our clients.”

Tom takes up his post in June 2020.



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