Prof Marta Szebehely

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The logic of care and the logic of audit in residential care for older persons: Learning from international comparative research and feminist care theory
01/01/2016 - 31/12/2017

Ensuring that older people in nursing homes receive good care is a major challenge in Sweden and internationally. Approaches to quality have increasingly been influenced by paradigms arising from the for-profit sector, such as marketisation and auditing. However research, part...

Re-imagining long-term residential care: an international study of promising practices
01/01/2010 - 31/12/2017
Long-term residential care is where many of our most vulnerable members live and, in spite of moves towards aging in place, where many will continue to live in the future. It is also a workplace for thousands of paid and unpaid providers, most of whom are women and many of whom a...

Individualised care and universal welfare: dilemmas in an era of marketisation
31/01/2013 - 31/12/2015

The aim of this programme is to investigate the challenges and possibilities of individualised eldercare services in relation to the universal ambitions of the Swedish welfare model, in the context of marketisation and increasing ethnic diversity and income inequality. Finding...

Nordic network for research on marketisation of elder care
01/01/2011 - 31/12/2014

This researcher network brings together Nordic researchers to investigate the market-inspired steering principles in elder care, in particular the origins and impact of for-profit private care provision that have emerged to various degrees in the Nordic countries.

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