Tracy is Professor of Healthcare & Implementation Science in the Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health, at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne (United Kingdom). Tracy’s research focuses on the social, psychological and organisational aspects of implementing new interventions in health and wellbeing. Tracy is known for her work in implementation science, including Normalization Process Theory (NPT), of which she is co-developer, and for developing tools and assessment instruments to support non-academic users conducting implementation work in practice settings. Her research applies mixed methods in relation to a broad range of health issues, including e-mental health, stroke rehabilitation, collaborative implementation interventions for diabetes care and interventions for fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis. Tracy is leading work on Implementation Science and Knowledge Mobilisation as part of the North East & North Cumbria NIHR Applied Research Collaborative (ARC) in England.