Emily Burn

Emily Burn

Health Services Management Centre
Research Fellow

Contact details

Telephone
e.burn@bham.ac.uk
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Emily is a Research Fellow at the Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) where she is working on the evaluation of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme. Prior to this, Emily was part of a research team exploring local authority market-shaping activities in social care and how this facilitates the development and access of personalised care and support.

Qualifications

  • MA in Research Methods in Politics and International Relations
  • BA (hons) in Politics and International Relations

Publications

Recent publications

Article

Harrison, T, Burn, E & Moller, F 2018, 'Teaching character: Cultivating virtue perception and virtue reasoning through the curriculum ', Educational Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131911.2018.1538937

Commissioned report

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?.

Arthur, J, Harrison, T & Burn, E 2017, Schools of Virtue: Character education on three Birmingham schools. University of Birmingham. <http://www.jubileecentre.ac.uk/userfiles/jubileecentre/pdf/Research%20Reports/SchoolsOfVirtueResearchReport.pdf>

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