CARE MATTERS Podcast
Sustainable Care & COVID-19: Transnational care in the pandemic

Sustainable Care & COVID-19: Transnational care in the pandemic

November 3, 2021

Sustainable Care Co-Investigator Professor Majella Kilkey is joined by special guests Professor Loretta Baldassar (University of Western Australia) and Professor Laura Merla (University of Louvain) to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on transnational care arrangements. 

 

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Sustainable Care & COVID-19: Reforming adult social care - what COVID has told us

Sustainable Care & COVID-19: Reforming adult social care - what COVID has told us

September 7, 2021

Sustainable Care Research Associate Patrick Hall is joined by David James (Head of Adult Social Care Policy, Care Quality Commission & member of the Sustainable Care programme Advisory Board), Tim Parkin (Senior Policy Advisor, Think Local Act Personal) and Kate Sibthorp (member of Think Local Act Personal’s National Co-production Advisory Group). In this episode they discuss how the development of Adult Social Care systems has been influenced by the COVID-19 Pandemic, how important community communication is and TLAP's 'Making it Real'- a framework for how to do personalised care and support.

 

Learn more about Think Local Act Personal here: https://www.thinklocalactpersonal.org.uk/About-us/

Learn more about Think Local Act Personal's Making it Real framework here: https://www.thinklocalactpersonal.org.uk/makingitreal/

Tim Parkin's profile page: https://www.thinklocalactpersonal.org.uk/About-us/Team-members/

David James' profile page: http://circle.group.shef.ac.uk/about/david-james/

Kate Sibthorp's blog page: https://www.thinklocalactpersonal.org.uk/Blog/author/Kate-Sibthorp/

 

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CARE MATTERS: Social Prescribing: improving people’s wellbeing by connecting them with their communities

CARE MATTERS: Social Prescribing: improving people’s wellbeing by connecting them with their communities

August 18, 2021

In this episode, CARE MATTERS podcast producer Dan Williamson interviews Tim Anfilogoff to find out more about Social Prescribing. They explore the current role it plays in Social Care in England, the development and roll out of Social Prescribing and some challenges facing it and the people that use it.

Tim is Head of Community Resilience for the two Hertfordshire Clinical Commissioning Groups, and NHS England’s Social Prescribing Regional Facilitator for the East of England. Tim is also a member of the Sustainable Care programme’s Advisory Board.

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CARE MATTERS: ‘Gig economy’ care platform models: impacts for the workforce and the market- Dr Karla Zimpel-Leal & Dr Fiona Macdonald

CARE MATTERS: ‘Gig economy’ care platform models: impacts for the workforce and the market- Dr Karla Zimpel-Leal & Dr Fiona Macdonald

February 17, 2021

Dr Karla Zimpel-Leal (University of Sheffield) welcomes Dr Fiona Macdonald (RMIT University) to talk about her research on care platform models, or uberisation, and her latest publication at the International Journal of Care and Caring titled 'Personalised risk’ in paid care work and the impacts of ‘gig economy’ care platforms. Both draw on their research in the UK and in Australia to highlight careworkers' experiences of working within these models, and the impact of these models on the care market.

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CARE MATTERS: Long-term care services in the EU: issues of access and quality- Dr Kelly Davidge & Rob Anderson

CARE MATTERS: Long-term care services in the EU: issues of access and quality- Dr Kelly Davidge & Rob Anderson

February 4, 2021

Dr Kelly Davidge and former Head of the Social Policies Unit at Eurofound, Rob Anderson, recorded this episode on 10th December 2020.

Rob explains the characteristics of Long-term Care Services, how they feature in EU policies and programmes, Eurofound's contribution to research on these services and what issues there are for further research & service development in this area.

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CARE MATTERS: Care and caring in Europe: common challenges, common solutions? Dr Kate Hamblin and Stecy Yghemonos (Eurocarers)

CARE MATTERS: Care and caring in Europe: common challenges, common solutions? Dr Kate Hamblin and Stecy Yghemonos (Eurocarers)

January 27, 2021

Sustainable Care Co-Investigator, Kate Hamblin, is joined by Stecy Yghemonos, Executive Director of Eurocarers. They discuss the impact of Brexit on social care in the UK, links between social and economic dimensions of care, formal and informal care, the impact of COVID-19 on carers and more.

 

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CARE MATTERS: ECR network- Part Three ‘Cultural and gender aspects of care’

CARE MATTERS: ECR network- Part Three ‘Cultural and gender aspects of care’

January 20, 2021

'Cultural and gender aspects of care' with Obert Tawodzera, Camille Allard, Breda Moloney and Wing Yee Lam

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CARE MATTERS: ECR network- Part Two ‘Technology in care and COVID-19′

CARE MATTERS: ECR network- Part Two ‘Technology in care and COVID-19′

January 20, 2021

'Technology in care and COVID-19' with Obert Tawodzera, Camille Allard, Breda Moloney and Wing Yee Lam

To learn more about our research visit the CIRCLE website

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CARE MATTERS: ECR network- Part One ‘Young carers, working carers and caring at a distance’

CARE MATTERS: ECR network- Part One ‘Young carers, working carers and caring at a distance’

January 20, 2021

'Young carers, working carers and caring at a distance' with Obert Tawodzera, Camille Allard, Breda Moloney and Wing Yee Lam

Members of the Sustainable Care programme Early Career Researcher network discuss similarities between their subject areas.

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CARE MATTERS: A lived experience of retiring to Spain- Dr Charles Betty and Dr Kelly Hall

CARE MATTERS: A lived experience of retiring to Spain- Dr Charles Betty and Dr Kelly Hall

November 10, 2020

Dr Charles Betty, who completed his PhD in 2017, is now 97 years old and has lived in Spain for the last 35 years. Charles talks about his research on return migration but also reflects on his own experiences of living in Spain, including how he and the British community more broadly have responded to Brexit and the important role of British voluntary organisations in the Costa del Sol.

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