Care, Ethics and Participation Research and Enterprise Group

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Image of group illustrating the Care Ethics and Participation Research and Enterprise GroupResearch in this group combines a range of theoretical and critical perspectives to care underpinned by notions of social justice. We understand care as a relational social practice in which people, policies, protocols, norm and values, as well as different forms of knowledge and technical devices, are all necessary to the achievement of good care. We recognise care as central to people’s well-being and significant to both personal relationships and political decisions.

We have strong policy and practice links with community and statutory organisations through commissioned work and collaborative initiatives. Our work focuses on the lived experiences of those who use services and / or are the subjects of social policies. We work closely with practitioners, service providers, decision-makers and members of the public do develop participative approaches to co-produce knowledge. This means, for example, working alongside ‘lay co-researchers’ to carry out research and developing knowledge exchange mechanisms to share learning and enhance practice.

Our current research themes include: care ethics and social justice; information technology and care; well-being and participation.

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Intellectual Disability Medicine & Life Sciences
Occupational Therapy Medicine & Life Sciences
Decision Support Techniques Medicine & Life Sciences
experience Social Sciences
life-span Social Sciences
caregiving Social Sciences
old age Social Sciences
ambivalence Social Sciences

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Projects 2017 2021

Imagine

Cameron, J., Hart, A., Eryigit-Madzwamuse, S., Heaver, B., Hudson, C., Aranda, K., Rathbone, A., Maitland, J., Church, A., Walker, C., Haynes, P. & Gant, N.

1/02/1830/09/21

Project: GrantResearch and Enterprise

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Ethical issues inself-funded social care: co-producing knowledge with older people

Ward, E., Ray, M., Tanner, D. & Locke, P.

3/04/171/07/20

Project: GrantResearch

Research Output 2017 2018

  • 10 Article
  • 5 Book - authored
  • 2 Chapter
  • 2 Conference contribution with ISSN or ISBN

Ambivalence in digital health: Co-designing an mHealth platform for HIV care

Marent, B., Henwood, F. & Darking, M. 6 Sep 2018 215, p. 133-141 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

ambivalence
health
reflexivity
quantification
social scientist

Can Quantitative Applied Sexual Health Research Be Critical and Feminist? Towards a Critical Social Epidemiology to Support Targeted STI Testing and Contraception in Primary Care

Edelman, N. 15 Feb 2018 Researching Sex and Sexualities. Morris, C., Boyce, P., Cornwall, A., Frith, H., Harvey, L. & Huang, Y. (eds.). London, UK, p. 62-79 17 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Constituting practices, shaping markets: Remaking healthy living through commercial promotion of blood pressure monitors and scales

Williams, R., Weiner, K., Henwood, F. & Will, C. 17 Jul 2018

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

promotion
monitoring
market
marketing
public health