Emily is based at the University of Birmingham where she is focusing on exploring the application of systems thinking to the analysis of social care. Prior to this role, Emily was part of a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded project at the University of Birmingham exploring local authority market-shaping activities in social care and how these facilitate the development and access of personalised care and support.
- Social care policy and reform
- Debates on agency
- Research methods
- Needham, C, Allen, K, Burn, E, Hall, K, Mangan, C, Al-Janabi, H, Tahir, W, Carr, S, Glasby, J, Henwood, M & McKay, S 2022, ‘How do you shape a market? Explaining local state practices in adult social care‘, Journal of Social Policy. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0047279421000805
- Needham, C, Allen, K, Burn, E, Hall, K, Mangan, C, Al-Janabi, H, Tahir, W, Carr, S, Glasby, J, Henwood, M, McKay, S & Brant, I 2020, Shifting Shapes: how can local care markets support personalised outcomes?.