Dr Jennifer McLean
Public Health Programme Manager


Phone: 0141 330 2614


Dr Jennifer McLean is one of our Public Health Programme Managers and she leads a research programme exploring the use innovative approaches for improving outcomes, supporting transitions to new ways of working and community-based responses to population health improvement. She has a strong interest in the theory, research, evidence base and examples of asset-based practice in community and health care settings, with a number of notable publications in the area.

Jennifer is also Associate Director with Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, place-based approach to improving outcomes, services and opportunities for all children and young people in neighbourhoods with high levels of poverty.

She is also a Co-Investigator on the NIHR funded study Common Health Assets which is examining how, and in what ways, community led organisations can build and mobilise community ‘assets’ to impact on the health and wellbeing of people living in deprived areas.

Jennifer is an honorary lecturer at the University of Glasgow.