The programme’s overarching objective is to advance understanding of sources of economic and social sustainability in care, especially how wellbeing outcomes can be achieved for care users, their families and carers and paid care workers.
Led by Professor Sue Yeandle, bringing together academics from seven universities, and working with an extended network of international academic partners in fifteen other countries, the programme takes a future-oriented and internationally comparative look at current approaches to the care needs of adults living at home with chronic health problems or disabilities, examining these in the context of care systems, care work and care relationships.
Join our team!
We have two exciting opportunities for social science researchers to work in our multi-disciplinary Sustainable Care Programme, within teams working on the Potential of technology and Combining work and care. You will be also be involved in Sustainable Care theoretical and methodological work on care, sustainability and wellbeing.
Follow the links below to learn more about the Sustainable Care: connecting people and systems programme: