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Dr Maureen Crane

Visiting Reader in Applied Social Research

Biography

Dr Maureen Crane, former Reader in Applied Social Research at the University of Sheffield, joined King's in March 2011 as Honorary Senior Research Fellow.

Dr Crane is one of the UK’s leading researchers on homelessness. She pioneered research in the UK into older homelessness, and for many years has carried out studies of homeless people of all ages. Her work has had a major impact on policy and practice. She will continue this work at King’s, starting with an evaluation of a housing initiative. This work builds on the Unit’s established study of Multiple Exclusion Homelessness.

Maureen Crane: 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.

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    HEARTH study. Delivering primary health care to people who are homeless

    An evaluation of the integration, effectiveness and costs of different models (2015–2019)

    Project status: Completed

    Dem-H-780
    Service provision for older homeless people with memory problems

    Memory problems among older homeless people (aged 50+) and the services that they receive and need (2013–2016)

    Project status: Completed

    REBUILDING LIVES-780
    Rebuilding Lives

    Supporting formerly homeless people to achieve independent living (2013–2015)

    Project status: Completed

    News

    dishevelled man seated on the ground; stethoscope

    APPG for Ending Homelessness report cites Unit work

    Work by Maureen Crane and colleagues is examining access to GPs

    Person sleeping rough in a park

      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.

      hearth-780a
      HEARTH study. Delivering primary health care to people who are homeless

      An evaluation of the integration, effectiveness and costs of different models (2015–2019)

      Project status: Completed

      Dem-H-780
      Service provision for older homeless people with memory problems

      Memory problems among older homeless people (aged 50+) and the services that they receive and need (2013–2016)

      Project status: Completed

      REBUILDING LIVES-780
      Rebuilding Lives

      Supporting formerly homeless people to achieve independent living (2013–2015)

      Project status: Completed

      News

      dishevelled man seated on the ground; stethoscope

      APPG for Ending Homelessness report cites Unit work

      Work by Maureen Crane and colleagues is examining access to GPs

      Person sleeping rough in a park