A Centre for Ageing and Dementia Event
This event is part of the Carers Group seriesSpeaker
Professor Matt BennettFrom: May 11, 2021, 2 p.m.
Professor Matt Bennett is Professorial Research Fellow at the Centre for International Research on Care, Labour and Equalities (CIRCLE) at the University of Sheffield, UK.
Matt’s expertise is in inequalities and wellbeing outcomes of care, prosocial behaviour and social diversity. He is Co-Investigator in the ESRC ‘Sustainable Care’ and NIHR ‘Achieving Closure’ programmes that look at the cost and contributions of care and the impact of care home closures.
His expertise is in linking and analysing large-scale surveys and administrative datasets using advanced statistical methods. Matt's social care research (both academic and co-produced with Carers UK) has consistently featured in the media nationally and has been debated in the House of Lords.
As part of the session Matt will be describing the Sustainable Care UKRI 'Carers Count' public engagement work, including the importance of carer identification and recognition, and the role of the census in planning services and understanding inequalities (and summarise some of the work Swansea Carers Centre are doing with the Office for National Statistics).
Supported by the Centre for Ageing and Dementia Research (CADR) and Swansea Carer's Centre.
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Meeting ID: 925 1556 2230
Contact: Maria Cheshire-Allen (Email: M.Cheshire-Allen@Swansea.ac.uk)