Care System Sustainability: what role for technology? An evidence review, Hamblin, K., 2020
To cite: Hamblin, K. (2020) Care System Sustainability: what role for technology? An evidence review. Sustainable Care Paper 3, CIRCLE, Sheffield: University of Sheffield.
Technology in social care: review of the UK policy landscape, Wright, J., 2020
To cite: Wright, J. (2020) Technology in social care: review of the UK policy landscape. Sustainable Care Paper 2, CIRCLE, Sheffield: University of Sheffield.
Adult social care and wellbeing policy in the four nations of the UK, Hamblin, K., 2019
To cite: Hamblin, K. (2019) Adult social care and wellbeing policy in the four nations of the UK. Sustainable Care Paper 1, CIRCLE, Sheffield: University of Sheffield.
Care Matters Series
Care for older British migrants in Spain
Update 25 June 2020
The rights of British nationals living in Spain have now been secured through the Withdrawal Agreement. Rights will be protected for as long as they live in Spain but only covers those who are legally resident before the end of 2020.
Policy Perspectives series (2018)
The Sustainable Care research programme aims to explore the sustainability of care, currently in crisis, and to consider how it can deliver wellbeing outcomes. To set the context for the research, and to contribute to the forthcoming government consultation on social care, 7 ‘Re-Imagining Care’ Round Table events were held to debate key research topics being considered within the programme.
Attendees at these events included key Partners to the Sustainable Care programme as well as external guests to help frame the discussions using their valuable experience. As a result of the Round Table events, Policy Perspectives have now been created which give insight into the topics discussed and the recommendations debated during these events.
Scholarly publications by the Sustainable Care team
Joseph J, McGregor J. (2020). ‘Wellbeing, Resilience and Sustainability – The New Trinity of Governance’. Springer International Publishing.
Glasby Jon. (2019). ‘The Short Guide to Health and Social Care’. United Kingdom: Policy Press.
Baldassar L, Kilkey M., Merla L, Wilding R. (2018). ‘Transnational families in the era of global mobility’. Transnational families in the era of global mobility Edward Elgar Publishing.
Hall, P., Needham, C, Hamblin, K. (2020) ‘Social Care’ in N. Ellison and T. Haux (eds) Handbook of Society and Social Policy, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Kilkey M. (2018). ‘Transnational families: opportunities and constraints for caring across borders’. In Kapella O, Schneider NF, Rost H. (Ed.), Transnational families: opportunities and constraints for caring across borders Barbara Budrich Publishers.
McGregor J.A. (2018). ‘Reconciling Universal Frameworks and Local Realities in Understanding and Measuring Wellbeing’. In Bache I, Scott K. (Ed.), The Politics of Wellbeing: Theory, Policy and Practice (pp. 197-224). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Papers and Journal Articles
(2021) Comparing public funding approaches to the development and commercialization of care robots in the European Union and Japan, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research
Wright, J. (2021) The Alexafication of Adult Social Care: Virtual Assistants and the Changing Role of Local Government in England. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 18(2): 812
Abdi, S., de Witte, L., & Hawley, M. (2020). Emerging Technologies with Potential Care and Support Applications for Older People: Review of Gray Literature. JMIR Aging, 3(2), e17286.
Duncan, K., Fast, J., Shooshtari, S., Roger, K., & Han, J. (2020). The cost of caring: Out‐of‐pocket expenditures and financial hardship among Canadian carers. International Journal of Care and Caring, 4(2): 141-166
Fast, J., Eales, J., Keating, N., Lee, Y. & Kim, C. (2020). Trajectories of family care over the life course: Evidence from Canada. Ageing and Society, 1-18
Glasby, J., Zhang, Y., Bennett, M., & Hall, P. (2020). A lost decade? A renewed case for adult social care reform in England. Journal of Social Policy, 1-32.
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Hamblin, K. (2020). Technology and Social Care in a Digital World: Challenges and Opportunities in the UK. Journal of Enabling Technologies, 14(2): 115-125.
Magnaye, A., Fast, J., Eales, J., Stolow, M., & Leslie, M. (2020). Caregivers’ failure to thrive: A case for health and continuing care systems transformation. Healthcare Management Forum. 33(5): 214-219
Merla L., Kilkey M., Baldassar L. (2020). Examining transnational care circulation trajectories within immobilizing regimes of migration: implications for proximate care. Journal of Family Research
Leslie, M., Gray, R. B., Eales, J., Fast, J., Magnaye, A., & Khayatzadeh-Mahani, A. (2020), Seeking resilience: The care capacity goals of family carers and the role of technology in achieving them. BMC Geriatrics, 20(1): 52
Powell, M. & Hall, P. (2019/2020). An idea whose time has not yet come: Government positions on Long Term Care funding in England since 1999, Research, Policy and Planning, 33(3): 137-149
Abdi S., Spann A., Borilovic J., de Witte L., Hawley M. (2019). Understanding the care and support needs of older people: a scoping review and categorisation using the WHO international classification of functioning, disability and health framework (ICF). BMC Geriatrics, 19(1), pp. 195.
Keating N., Eales J., Funk L., Fast J., Min J. (2019). Life course trajectories of family care. International Journal of Care and Caring, 3(2): 147-163
Leslie, M., Eales, J., Fast, J., Mortenson, W.B., Atoyebi, O. and Khayatzadeh-Mahani, A. (2019) Towards sustainable family care: using goals to reframe the user-centred design of technologies to support carers, International Journal of Care and Caring, 3(3): 445–451
Leslie, M., Eales, J., Fast, J., Mortenson, B., & Khayatzadeh-Mahani, A. (2019). Critical thinking and reasoning abilities. Assistive Technology. International Journal of Care and Caring, 3(3): 445-451
Spann A., Vicente J., Allard C., Hawley M., Spreeuwenberg M., de Witte L. (2019). Challenges of combining work and unpaid care, and solutions: A scoping review. Health & Social Care in the Community (28): 699-715