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Jo Brown

Joanna Brown

Research Assistant

Biography

Jo is a Research Assistant supporting Dr Caroline Green in the NIHR Health and Social Care Workforce Research Unit. Prior to joining the team at King's, she worked as a Research Project Manager in the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary, University of London. Jo has an undergraduate degree in Theology and Religious Studies from the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Global Mental Health from King's College London and LSHTM. She specialises in qualitative research and is interested in the role of family carers for people living with dementia.

Joanna Brown: ORCID iD

Research

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The right to a care supporter from the perspective of social and primary care

Exploring the potential for a new 'right to a care supporter'

Project status: Ongoing

home office immigration
The Visa Study: Understanding the impact of the Health and Care Worker visa on the frontline adult social care workforce

Evaluating the impact of immigration rule changes on the social care system.

Project status: Ongoing

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Evaluation of the International Recruitment Fund for adult social care

The fund aims to increase the number of international recruits entering adult social care, improving ethical international recruitment & employment practice.

Project status: Ongoing

News

Making your voice heard in health and social care – a Tea Dance in South London

Caroline Green and Jo Brown were back at Stanstead Lodge Senior Club

Tables with tablecloths and chairs and bunting hanging in the window on a sunny day

A trip to Birmingham for Care Show 2023

What is a ‘care supporter’, and why should I care?

Four people standing in front of a screen showing someone smiling

Developing a care partner policy: case studies from the NHS and social care

The second seminar in a three-part series about care support in health and social care

Care support seminar series

The right to a care supporter: how, why, when?

The first seminar in a three-part series about care support in health and social care

Care support seminar series

Gloria's Law: meeting with MPs and campaign groups at Portcullis House

A bill was introduced in the House of Commons today to make visiting care settings a legal right.

Portcullis House London

A tea dance, 'people bingo' and human rights

Caroline Green and Jo Brown were at Stanstead Lodge Senior Club

Tables with tablecloths and chairs and bunting hanging in the window on a sunny day

Exploring local adult social care evidence needs

Unit researchers a strong presence at an event that employed World Café methodology

Person giving a presentation to a group of people sitting at tables

Events

09FebHuman Rights and Social Care Forum-780

Supporting unpaid carers in the NHS and social care

A half-day conference at King's College London & online

Please note: this event has passed.

13JulCare support seminar series

Developing a care partner policy: case studies from the NHS and social care

The second in a three-part series about care support for older adults in health and social care settings

Please note: this event has passed.

22JunCare support seminar series

Care support in health and social care: the past, the present & the future

A seminar exploring visiting policies in health and social care

Please note: this event has passed.

Research

right to a care supporter 780
The right to a care supporter from the perspective of social and primary care

Exploring the potential for a new 'right to a care supporter'

Project status: Ongoing

home office immigration
The Visa Study: Understanding the impact of the Health and Care Worker visa on the frontline adult social care workforce

Evaluating the impact of immigration rule changes on the social care system.

Project status: Ongoing

map of the world-780
Evaluation of the International Recruitment Fund for adult social care

The fund aims to increase the number of international recruits entering adult social care, improving ethical international recruitment & employment practice.

Project status: Ongoing

News

Making your voice heard in health and social care – a Tea Dance in South London

Caroline Green and Jo Brown were back at Stanstead Lodge Senior Club

Tables with tablecloths and chairs and bunting hanging in the window on a sunny day

A trip to Birmingham for Care Show 2023

What is a ‘care supporter’, and why should I care?

Four people standing in front of a screen showing someone smiling

Developing a care partner policy: case studies from the NHS and social care

The second seminar in a three-part series about care support in health and social care

Care support seminar series

The right to a care supporter: how, why, when?

The first seminar in a three-part series about care support in health and social care

Care support seminar series

Gloria's Law: meeting with MPs and campaign groups at Portcullis House

A bill was introduced in the House of Commons today to make visiting care settings a legal right.

Portcullis House London

A tea dance, 'people bingo' and human rights

Caroline Green and Jo Brown were at Stanstead Lodge Senior Club

Tables with tablecloths and chairs and bunting hanging in the window on a sunny day

Exploring local adult social care evidence needs

Unit researchers a strong presence at an event that employed World Café methodology

Person giving a presentation to a group of people sitting at tables

Events

09FebHuman Rights and Social Care Forum-780

Supporting unpaid carers in the NHS and social care

A half-day conference at King's College London & online

Please note: this event has passed.

13JulCare support seminar series

Developing a care partner policy: case studies from the NHS and social care

The second in a three-part series about care support for older adults in health and social care settings

Please note: this event has passed.

22JunCare support seminar series

Care support in health and social care: the past, the present & the future

A seminar exploring visiting policies in health and social care

Please note: this event has passed.