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Olivia Luijnenburg is a Research Associate in King's College London's NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce (HSCWRU). She is a medical anthropologist and has a special interest in residential care for older people, spirituality and health, qualitative health research, and ethics in care. She conducted her PhD research at the University of Surrey on the ethical implications of spirituality in residential care for older people, which was funded by Abbeyfield Research Foundation.

At HSCWRU, she is working on the project 'The other keyworkers in care homes: implications of including domestic staff in social care workforce strategies and practices relating to COVID-19 recovery'. With Kritika Samsi, she also co-ordinates the Margaret Butterworth Care Home Forum.

Contact Olivia if you would like to take part in The other keyworkers in care homes study.