George Bramley is a Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham and a member of the Birmingham and Brunel Consortium External Assessment Centre. This centre undertakes health technology assessments for the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence Medical Technology Evaluation Programme. George as well as being an experienced evaluator has extensive experience of undertaking systematic reviews, conducting knowledge exchange forums and evidence based policies. This means he has strong interest in how evaluation findings are reported to allow evidence synthesis and contribute to evidence-based practice and policy.
Previous roles include being Head of Evaluation at the UK Small Business Service, Principal Research Officer at National Foundation of Educational Research and UK Delegate to OECD Working Party on SMEs and Entrepreneurship. He has contributed to the development of OECD guidelines on the evaluation of entrepreneurship and SME policies and enterprise education. Areas of expertise include the evaluation of health service changes, medical devices, innovation education and entrepreneurship policies.
George was involved in establishing the Yorkshire and Humber Evaluation Network and was elected onto Council as Treasurer in 2010. He was the chair of the National Conference Organising Committee for 2012, 2013 and 2014.