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Carolin Hess

PhD student

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Biography

Carolin Hess is a PhD student at the NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce in the Policy Institute at King's.

She has been involved in several policy-informing research projects around social exclusion and mobility, and has contributed to studies investigating digital exclusion, educational intergenerational mobility, energy poverty, multiple exclusion homelessness, and co-production. Carolin is currently supporting the external evaluation of the government led “Changing Futures” programme in Nottingham, which delivers frontline and strategic system change work for adults facing severe and multiple disadvantage. As part of her role, she has led on a study on gender-specific and intersectional barriers for women with multiple disadvantage to access appropriate health and housing services in Nottingham on which she will build as part of her PhD. Carolin holds a Master’s degree in International Social and Public Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Carolin has written a series of posts on the Unit blog:

Carolin Hess: ORCID iD | Research Profile at King's

    Research

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    Homelessness Research Programme

    The Homelessness Research Programme (HRP) is based in the NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce at King’s College London and brings together leading researchers in the field.

    Events

    17Octhomelessness series 780

    Changing the system for people experiencing severe & multiple disadvantage

    Improving local governance and the wider system of support

    Please note: this event has passed.

      Research

      homeless-780
      Homelessness Research Programme

      The Homelessness Research Programme (HRP) is based in the NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce at King’s College London and brings together leading researchers in the field.

      Events

      17Octhomelessness series 780

      Changing the system for people experiencing severe & multiple disadvantage

      Improving local governance and the wider system of support

      Please note: this event has passed.