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I am a Reader in Social Care, Technology and Knowledge Mobilisation and former NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellow (2018-2021) in the Centre for Research in Public Health and Community Care (CRIPACC). My research focuses on support provided to older people living in the community with complex health and social care needs, with a particular interest in technology enabled care.

Research interests

I have an overarching interest in the use of technology to support community health and social care provision.

I am an NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellow (2018-21) working with local authorities as they embed assistive technology into their social care offer and tackle challenges of sustainability, scale-up and spread. My research is concerned with developing knowledge mobilisation capacity by considering how different forms of knowledge and diverse perspectives can be brought together to catalyse change in complex systems.

I am a former case study lead on the Wellcome Trust funded Studies in Co-creating Assisted Living Solutions (SCALS):  



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