We are pleased to welcome Dr Tanja Ahlin from the University of Amsterdam to present an online seminar on Tuesday 27th February 2024.Read more about Seminar: Transnational Care Collectives: Digital technologies for elder care in Indian nurse families
Dr Grace Whitfield reflects on concerns around the collection of health and social care data, exploring how public trust is impacted by how data is used.Read more about Who cares about data? Tensions between public trust and private interests in health and social care
Join us in Sheffield for a live recording of the Care Matters podcast on Tuesday 7th November!Read more about CARE MATTERS Podcast, Live! AI, Sensors & Robots: What is next for Social Care in the UK?
A newly published PhD-thesis on welfare technology for older people and their informal carers in a Swedish context by Maria Nilsson, doctoral student at the Swedish Family Care Competence Centre.Read more about Welfare technology for older people and their informal carers in a Swedish context
How co-production in research can be radical plus a new collaboration between Think Local Act Personal and the Centre for Care. Written by Kate Pieroudis (Think Local Act Personal).Read more about Who asks the questions and who gets to answer?
Watch it again: On Tuesday 18th April 2023 we welcomed Dr James Wright to discuss his first book, ‘Robots Won’t Save Japan: An Ethnography of Eldercare Automation’Read more about Are robots the solution to Japan’s care crisis?
This episode is a reflection, in Baroness Andrews’ own words, on the recent report published by the House of Lords Adult Social Care Committee, ‘A “gloriously ordinary life’’: spotlight on adult social care’. The report included evidence submitted by colleagues at the Centre for Care.Read more about Podcast- Reflections on ’A gloriously ordinary life’: In conversation with Baroness Andrews
Rachael Black draws together the discussions from the Future of Care North conference centring on the care workforce, including the changing nature of the role and the potential opportunities this could bring when encouraging people to join and remain in the sector.Read more about The Future of Care Work?
Researcher Nadia Brookes explores what innovation in social care looks like, and how it can be one way of fixing a ‘broken system’.Read more about Do we really need innovation in social care?
We are pleased to release our first Working Paper, written by Dr Grace Whitfield and Dr Kate Hamblin.Read more about New Working Paper: Technology in social care: spotlight on the English policy landscape, 2019-2022
Kate Hamblin writes about her experience giving evidence to the House of Lords Adult Social Care Committee’s inquiry on adult social care and comments on the subsequent report published in December ’22.Read more about Reflections on ‘A “gloriously ordinary life’’: spotlight on adult social care’
Grace Whitfield’s commentary focuses on an event arranged as part our submission to the House of Lords Adult Social Care Committee’s ‘Lifting the veil: Removing the invisibility of adult social care’ inquiry.Read more about Consulting the Sheffield and District African Caribbean Community Association on the ‘invisibilities’ of social care