Louis Jamart has designed and implemented behaviour change interventions across the public and third sector, to promote both environmental and human health. He brings experience of ethnographic research and stakeholder engagement, to drive changes which are adapted to each context and can be sustained.
At 2020 Delivery, Louis has worked with frontline A&E staff of a large hospital to design interventions to meet their 4-hour performance target and improve patient experience. This included facilitating collaboration between the Urgent Care Centre, Emergency Department and Clinical Commissioning Group to build a positive culture to sustain ongoing improvements, as well as collecting and analysing evidence to value map the Emergency Department pathway and design experiments to reduce the number of unnecessary steps.
Prior to 2020 Delivery, Louis worked as a Project Coordinator with a national built environment charity to develop a unique active learning programme funded by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, which embeds cutting-edge sustainability policy and practice into district-scale developments and regenerations. Alongside this, he worked with the Environmental Health Group of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to assess the state of urban sanitation in informal settlements of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and design an appropriate behaviour change intervention to address this. Previously, he volunteered as a Research Assistant on the LAC Arctic Research Programme in Greenland, and as a Teacher in the Ambawadi Slums in Ahmedabad, India.
Louis has a double first in Human Sciences from the University of Oxford, and an MSc Public Health (Environment and Health) from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Whilst at Oxford, Louis was awarded the Wilma Crowther Prize for his dissertation on ‘Food deprivation as a catalyst for social unrest in the Arab Spring‘.