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Professor Caroline Glendinning ACSS

BA (Sussex); DipComWk (York); M Phil (York)

Professor of Social Policy

 

Caroline Glendinning is Emeritus Professor of Social Policy and an Academician of the Academy of Learned Societies in the Social Sciences.

Caroline was Professor of Social Policy in the Social Policy Research Unit from 2004-2014. She led SPRU's Department of Health funded research programme 'Choice and Independence Across the Lifecourse' from 2004-2011. From 2009-20014 she was Associate Directore of the NIHR School for Social Care Research and lead SSCR's Research Programme in SPRU. Caroline was Chair of the UK Social Policy Association, 2008-2011.

 

Social Policy Research Interests

  • Social gerontology, policies and services for older people and family carers, including comparative perspectives
  • Long-term care funding and services, particularly comparative perspectives
  • Welfare governance and public service reform
  • Partnerships, inter-sectoral and inter-professional collaboration

 

Recent Social Policy Research Projects

 

Social Policy Advisory Positions

  • Academician, Academy of Learned Societies in the Social Sciences
  • Associate Director, NIHR School for Social Care Research
  • Member of the European Network of Independent Experts on Social Inclusion
  • Member, Technical Advisory Group for Genio Dementia Demonstration projects, Ireland
  • Member, Steering Group for Parkinsons UK project on Improving Care for People with Lewy Body Dementia in Care HomesĀ 
  • Trustee, Thalidomide Trust
  • Trustee, Age Concern, Manchester
  • Trustee, Tyume Valley Scholls Project

Supervisor of PhD:

  • The impact of user choice programmes on social care markets for long-term care services for older people - Ricardo Rodrigues. Shared supervision with Richard Cookson, Centre for Health Economics, University of York.
  • The meaning of independence for older people - Alison Allam

Caroline Glendinning's Social Policy Publications

 

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Visit Professor Caroline Glendinning's profile on the York Research Database to see a full list of publications and browse her research related activities from October 2015 onwards

 

 

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2015

People who fund their own social care, 2015
Baxter, K. and Glendinning, C., SSCR Scoping Review.
ESPN Thematic Report on Social Investment: United Kingdom, 2015
Bradshaw, J., Glendinning, C., Maynard, A. and Bennett, F..
Personalisation, personal budgets and family carers: Whose assessment? Whose budget?, (forthcoming)
Brooks, J., Mitchell, W., Glendinning, C., Journal of Social Work.
Ambiguity in practice? Carers' roles in personalised social care in England, 2015
Glendinning, C., Mitchell, W. and Brooks, J., Health and Social Care in the Community, 23, 1, 23-32.
Carers' roles in personal budgets: tensions and dilemmas in front line practice, 2015
Mitchell, W., Brooks, J. and Glendinning, C., British Journal of Social Work, 45, 5, 1433-1450.
Taking On and Taking Over: Choice and control for physically disabled young adults, 2015
Mitchell, W., Brooks, J., Beresford, B., Moran, N., and Glendinning, C., SSCR Research Findings, NIHR School For Social Care Research.
Supporting choice: support planning, older people and managed personal budgets, (forthcoming)
Rabiee, P., Baxter, K. and Glendinning, C., Journal of Social Work, (Available online from 23 April 2015).
2014

Spotlight on: Council-managed personal budgets, 2014
Glendinning, C., p. 30 in Age UK (ed.) Services for Older People: What works, Age UK.
Supporting older people and carers, 2014
Glendinning, C., pp. 26-28 in Age UK (ed.) Services for Older People: What works, Age UK.
Good practice in social care for disabled adults and older people with severe and complex needs: evidence from a scoping review, 2014
Gridley, K., Brooks, J. and Glendinning, C., Health and Social Care in the Community, 22, 3, 234-248.
Good practice in social care: the views of people with severe and complex needs and those who support them, 2014
Gridley, K., Brooks, J. and Glendinning, C., Health and Social Care in the Community, 22, 6, 588-597.
Can individual budgets have an impact on carers and the caring role?, 2014
Jones, K., Netten, A., Rabiee, P., Glendinning, C., Arksey, H. and Moran, N., Ageing & Society, 34, 1, 157-175.
Personalisation: where do carers fit?, 2014
Mitchell, W., Brooks, J. and Glendinning, C., pp. 65-74 in C. Needham and J. Glasby (eds.) Debates in Personalisation, Policy Press.
Household Finances of Carer's Allowance Recipients, 2014
Parker, G., Clarke, S., Corden, A., Irvine, A. and Glendinning, C., Department for Work and Pensions Research Report, No. 875.
Choice and control for older people using home care services: how far have council-managed personal budgets helped?, (forthcoming)
Rabiee, P. and Glendinning, C., Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, (Available online from November 2014).
Choice, competition and care - developments in English social care and the impacts on providers and older users of home care services, (forthcoming)
Rodrigues, R. and Glendinning, C., Social Policy & Administration, (Available online from 2 September 2014).
Revisiting the causes of stress in social work: sources of job demands, control and support in personalised adult social care, 2014
Wilberforce, M., Jacobs, S., Challis, D., Manthorpe, J., Stevens, M., Jasper, R., Fernandez, J-L., Glendinning, C., Jones, K., Knapp, M., Moran, N. and Netten, A., British Journal of Social Work, 44, 4, 812-830.
2013

The role of emotions in the process of making choices about welfare services: the experiences of disabled people in England, 2013
Baxter, K. and Glendinning, C., Social Policy and Society, 12, 3, 439-450.
Managed personal budgets for older people: what are English local authorities doing to facilitate personalized and flexible care?, 2013
Baxter, K., Rabiee, P. and Glendinning, C., Public Money & Management, 33, 6, 399-406.
Jonathan Bradshaw on Social Policy: Selected writings 1972-2011, 2013
Cookson, R., Sainsbury, R. and Glendinning, C. (eds.), University of York.
Choosing health: qualitative evidence from the experiences of personal health budget holders, 2013
Davidson, J., Baxter, K., Glendinning, C. and Irvine, A., Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 18, supp. 2, 50-58.
Choice and control for older people with managed personal budgets, 2013
Glendinning, C., Homecarer, September 2013, 8-9.
Long term care reform in England: a long and unfinished story, 2013
Glendinning, C., pp.179-200 in C. Ranci and E. Pavolini (eds.) Reforms in Long Term Care Policies in Europe: Investigating institutional change and social impacts, Springer.
Personal Health Budgets and Maternity Care, 2013
Glendinning, C., Davidson, J. and Baxter, K., DH 2541.
Carers and Personalisation, 2013
Glendinning, C., Mitchell, W. and Brooks, J., Discussion paper for the Department of Health, DH 2576, Social Policy Research Unit, 8 pages.
The personalization of care services and the early impact on staff activity patterns, 2013
Jacobs, S., Abell, J., Stevens, M., Wilberforce, M., Challis, D., Manthorpe, J., Fernandez, J-L., Glendinning, C., Jones, K., Knapp, M., Moran, N. and Netten, A., Journal of Social Work, 13, 2, 141-163.
Personalization in the health care system: do personal health budgets impact on outcomes and cost?, 2013
Jones, K., Forder, J., Caiels, J., Welch, E., Glendinning, C. and Windle, K., Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 18, suppl 2, 59-67.
Carers and personalisation, 2013
Mitchell, W., Brooks, J. and Glendinning, C., SSCR Research Findings, NIHR, School for Social Care Research.
Older people's experiences of cash-for-care schemes: evidence from the English individual budget pilot projects, 2013
Moran, N., Glendinning, C., Wilberforce, M., Stevens, M., Netten, A., Jones, K., Manthorpe, J., Knapp, M., Fernandez, J-L., Challis, D. and Jacobs, S., Ageing & Society, 33, 5, 826-851.
A Road Less Rocky: Supporting carers of people with dementia, 2013
Newbronner, L., Chamberlain, R., Borthwick, R., Baxter, M., Glendinning, C., Carers Trust.

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External publications

Alborz, A., McNally, R., Glendinning, C. and Swallow, A. (2004) From the Cradle to the Grave: A literature review of access to health care by people with learning disabilities across the lifespan, NHS SDO, London.

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