Charlie Davison

 

Charlie continues working with the ‘PEBL’ concept (originally a National Institute for Health Research project).  Recent applications of PEBL include discussion and feedback about HIV self-testing and an anonymous space for the exchange of patient and professional views on cancer care.

Charlie Davison is a Cultural Anthropologist and independent research and training consultant based in Colchester, Essex.


Charlie is a Trustee/Director of PEBL Feedback and blogs at “Cost-of-Living” blog. He designs and delivers training and facilitation events in the areas of research design, research funding and community involvement in research (PPI, co-design, equal partnerships). Currently, Charlie is working part-time with Lesley Henderson and George Fern of Brunel University on their NERC funded project about smart recyclable plastics.


Charlie is a regular participant in cultural events. He performs folk music at Slack Folk with Frank Jordan, tries hard to improve his guitar playing (including recently starting lessons in flamenco style).  He is a also volunteer at Colchester Arts Centre . Charlie is a keen panto fan and is currently preparing to direct Jack and the Beanstalk (December 2021, pandemic permitting!) at the Headgate Theatre, Colchester, having directed Aladdin at the same theatre in 2018.

© photos Imogen Hill 2013