Joseph J, McGregor J. (2020). ‘Wellbeing, Resilience and Sustainability – The New Trinity of Governance’. Springer International Publishing.

Glasby Jon. (2019). ‘The Short Guide to Health and Social Care’. United Kingdom: Policy Press.

Baldassar L, Kilkey M, Merla L, Wilding R. (2018). ‘Transnational families in the era of global mobility’. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Book chapters

Hall, P., Needham, C., Hamblin, K. (2020) ‘Social Care’ in N. Ellison and T. Haux (eds) Handbook of Society and Social Policy, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

Kilkey, M. (2018). ‘Transnational families: opportunities and constraints for caring across borders’. In Kapella O, Schneider NF, Rost H. (Ed.), Transnational families: opportunities and constraints for caring across borders, Barbara Budrich Publishers.

McGregor, J.A. (2018). ‘Reconciling Universal Frameworks and Local Realities in Understanding and Measuring Wellbeing’. In Bache I, Scott K. (Ed.), The Politics of Wellbeing: Theory, Policy and Practice  (pp. 197-224). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Papers and journal articles


Hamblin, K., Burns, D., Goodlad, C. (2023). Technology and homecare in the UK: Policy, storylines and practice. Journal of Social Policy, 1– 17

Allard, C., Whitfield, G. (2023). Guilt, care, and the ideal worker: Comparing guilt among working carers and care workers. Gender, Work & Organization, 1– 17


Keating, N. (2022). A research framework for the United Nations Decade of Healthy Ageing (2021-2030). European journal of ageing, 19 (3), pp. 775-87

Hamblin, K. (2022) Sustainable Social Care: The Potential of Mainstream “Smart” Technologies. Sustainability, 14(5): 2754.

Lőrinc, M., Kilkey, M., Ryan, L., Tawodzera,O. (2022). "You Still Want to Go Lots of Places": Exploring Walking Interviews in Research With Older Migrants. The Gerontologist, 62 (6), pp. 832-841

Spann, A., Allard, C., Harvey, A., Zwerger, K., Spreeuwenberg, M., Hawley, M., de Witte, L. (2022). The impact of autonomy at work on dementia family carers’ ability to manage care-related emergencies, and use technology to that end: semi-structured interviews in Scotland. Community, Work & Family

Needham, C., Hall, P. (2022). Dealing with drift: Comparing social care reform in the four nations of the UK. Social Policy & Administration, 1– 17

Hamblin, K. (2022). Technology in care systems: Displacing, reshaping, reinstating or degrading roles?. New technology, work and employment, 37 (1), pp. 41-58

Hussein, S. (2022) The Global Demand for Migrant Care Workers: Drivers and Implications on Migrants’ Wellbeing. Sustainability, 14, 10612.

Burns, D., Goodlad, C., Hamblin, K., and Zimpel-Leal, K. (2022). Innovation in UK independent homecare services: A thematic narrative review. Health and Social Care in the Community, 00, 1– 12.


Zhang, Y., Bennett, M.R., Yeandle, S. (2021). Longitudinal analysis of local government spending on adult social care and carers' subjective well-being in England.. BMJ open, 11 (12), pp. e049652

Abdi, S., Witte, L.d., Hawley, M. (2021) Exploring the Potential of Emerging Technologies to Meet the Care and Support Needs of Older People: A Delphi Survey. Geriatrics, 6, 19.

Tawodzera, O. (2021). Transnational aged care in the digital age : negotiating long distance aged care arrangements between UK based Zimbabwean migrant care workers and their overseas family members.

Spann, A., Hawley, M., Spreeuwenberg, M., de Witte, L. (2021). The potential of technology to support carers of a person living with dementia to combine work and care – Developing a self-help tool.

Fast, J., Keating, N., Eales, J., Kim, C. and Lee, Y. (2021) Trajectories of family care over the lifecourse: evidence from Canada, Ageing and Society 41: 1145-1162

Hall, K. (2021). Care precarity among older British migrants in Spain. Ageing and Society, 1-19

Hall, K., Ono, M. and Kohno, A. (2021) British and Japanese international retirement migration and creative responses to health and care challenges: a bricolage perspective, Comparative Migration Studies, 9(7)

Keating, N., McGregor, J.A. and Yeandle, S. (2021) Sustainable care: Theorising wellbeing of caregivers to older persons, International Journal of Care and Caring, in press.

Spann, A., Vicente, J., Abdi, S., Hawley, M., Spreeuwenberg, M. and de Witte, L. (2021) Benefits and barriers of technologies supporting working carers—A scoping review. Health and Social Care in the Community, 00: 1– 15.

Turnpenny, A. and Hussein, S. (2021)  Migrant Home Care Workers in the UK: a Scoping Review of Outcomes and  Sustainability and Implications in the Context of Brexit, Journal of International Migration and Integration

Wright, J. (2021) Comparing public funding approaches to the development and commercialization of care robots in the European Union and Japan, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research

Ryan, L., Kilkey, M., Lorinc, M. and Tawodzera, O. (2021) Analysing migrants’ ageing in place as embodied practices of embedding through time: ‘Kilburn is not Kilburn any more’. Popul Space Place. 2021;e2420.

Wright, J. (2021) The Alexafication of Adult Social Care: Virtual Assistants and the Changing Role of Local Government in England. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 18(2): 812


Abdi, S., de Witte, L. and Hawley, M. (2020). Emerging Technologies with Potential Care and Support Applications for Older People: Review of Gray Literature. JMIR Aging, 3(2), e17286.

Duncan, K., Fast, J., Shooshtari, S., Roger, K. and Han, J.  (2020). The cost of caring: Out‐of‐pocket expenditures and financial hardship among Canadian carers. International Journal of Care and Caring, 4(2): 141-166

Fast, J., Eales, J., Keating, N., Lee, Y. and Kim, C. (2020). Trajectories of family care over the life course: Evidence from Canada. Ageing and Society, 1-18

Glasby, J., Zhang, Y., Bennett, M. and Hall, P. (2020). A lost decade? A renewed case for adult social care reform in England. Journal of Social Policy, 1-32.

Hamblin, K. (2020). Technology and Social Care in a Digital World: Challenges and Opportunities in the UK. Journal of Enabling Technologies, 14(2): 115-125.

Magnaye, A., Fast, J., Eales, J., Stolow, M. and Leslie, M. (2020). Caregivers’ failure to thrive: A case for health and continuing care systems transformation. Healthcare Management Forum. 33(5): 214-219

Merla L., Kilkey M., Baldassar L. (2020). Examining transnational care circulation trajectories within immobilizing regimes of migration: implications for proximate care. Journal of Family Research

Leslie, M., Gray, R. B., Eales, J., Fast, J., Magnaye, A. and Khayatzadeh-Mahani, A. (2020), Seeking resilience: The care capacity goals of family carers and the role of technology in achieving them. BMC Geriatrics, 20(1): 52

Powell, M. and Hall, P. (2019/2020). An idea whose time has not yet come: Government positions on Long Term Care funding in England since 1999, Research, Policy and Planning, 33(3): 137-149

Wright, J. (2020). Comparing the Development and Commercialization of Care Robots in the European Union and Japan


Abdi, S., Spann, A., Borilovic, J., de Witte, L. and Hawley, M. (2019). Understanding the care and support needs of older people: a scoping review and categorisation using the WHO international classification of functioning, disability and health framework (ICF). BMC Geriatrics, 19(1), pp. 195.

Keating, N., Eales, J., Funk, L., Fast, J., Min, J. (2019). Life course trajectories of family care. International Journal of Care and Caring, 3(2): 147-163

Leslie, M., Eales, J., Fast, J., Mortenson, W.B., Atoyebi, O. and Khayatzadeh-Mahani, A. (2019) Towards sustainable family care: using goals to reframe the user-centred design of technologies to support carers, International Journal of Care and Caring, 3(3): 445–451

Leslie, M., Eales, J., Fast, J., Mortenson, B. and Khayatzadeh-Mahani, A. (2019). Critical thinking and reasoning abilities. Assistive Technology. International Journal of Care and Caring, 3(3): 445-451

Spann, A., Vicente, J., Allard, C., Hawley, M., Spreeuwenberg, M. and de Witte, L. (2019). Challenges of combining work and unpaid care, and solutions: A scoping review. Health and Social Care in the Community (28): 699-715