Interim Partners Thought Leadership
Having heard her speech at the House of Lords, Denise Raw - Principal of Healthcare at Interim Partners, interviewed Mary Daly, a social scientist and a Professor of Sociology & Social Policy, on the state of community care in the UK.
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About Mary Daly
I am a social scientist, working mainly in social policy analysis. I am a Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Oxford, based in the Department of Social Policy and Intervention. Over the course of my career - which has seen me work in research organisations and universities in Ireland, Italy, Germany and the UK - I have focused my research on a range of topics - social care and poverty, gender and family issues.
I research both care for children as well as that for older people but my special interest lies in care for frail older people. That is why I established the Care Initiative at my College in Oxford in 2013. The Green Templeton College Care Initiative brings together people from different backgrounds to engage in debate around the complex issues involved in caring for and with older people. We need to talk and keep talking about care, and social care in particular.
I am interested in social care from both an academic and real life perspective. As the situation worsens, I become ever more committed to trying to find a solution.
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