Current and recent research projects.
Avoidable Harm in Mental Health Social Care (2019-2021) Dr Sarah Carr, University of Birmingham (Principal Investigator) with Dr Angela Sweeney, St George’s University of London (Co-Investigator) and Tina Coldham, Independent Survivor Researcher, Wiltshire (Co-Investigator)
Ethical issues in self-funded care: co-producing knowledge with older people’, Denise Tanner with Dr. Lizzie Ward, University of Brighton and Professor Mo Ray, University of Lincoln. Funded by the Welcome Trust.
The Sustainable Care Research Programme (2017 - 2021)
Professor Sue Yeandle (University of Sheffield, Principal Investigator), Professor Jon Glasby, Professor Jenny Phillimore, Professor Catherine Needham, Dr Matthew Bennett, Dr Kelly Hall et al.
The contribution of the voluntary sector to mental health crisis care in England (2016-present)
Dr Karen Newbigging, Professor John Mohan, Dr Becky Ince, Dr James Rees, Alex Davis, Michael Ashman, Suzy Bourke and Doreen Joseph
Shaping Care Markets (2016-2019)
Professor Catherine Needham (Principal investigator), Dr Kerry Allen, Dr Kelly Hall, Professor Jon Glasby, Professor Stephen McKay (University of Lincoln), Dr Ilias Goranitis, Dr Sarah Carr (University of Middlesex), Ms Isabelle Brant (Co-Investigator)
National evaluation of the Building the Right Support programme (2016-2019)
Dr Robin Miller (HSMC Lead); Fraser Battye (SU Lead), Aidan Moss and Paul Dolan (ICF Leads), Ben Higgins (BILD Lead)
Care Act: building social resources for people in the community (2016 - 2019)
Professor Jerry Tew (Principal Investigator), Professor Jon Glasby, Dr Robin Miller, Dr Karen Newbigging, Dr Denise Tanner, Dr Sandhya Duggal, Francesca Tomaselli, Dr Phillip Kinghorn, Dr Marco Ercolani, Dr Sarah Carr (University of Middlesex) and Clenton Farquharson (PPI lead).
Investigating the contribution of the voluntary sector to mental health crisis care in England (2016)