Dr Helen BarnesSenior Research Associate
I am a qualitative research specialist, with a particular interest in longitudinal research, and the evaluation of policy initiatives, whether at organisational, local, national or international level. Much of my research has concerned equalities issues in education and the labour market, and the interface between the labour market and the social security system for people with a disability or health problem. I also have a longstanding interest in life transitions (including youth transitions, retirement and ageing, bereavement and life of life care) and have worked as a counsellor in Higher Education and end of life settings.
Using Participatory Action Research in the Development of an Innovative Cottage Hospice Model of Care in the United Kingdom
Hughes, S., Barnes, H.E., Yardley, J., Turner, M., Walshe, C.E. 26/02/2018
Researching an innovative Cottage Hospice model of care: An academic and hospice partnership
Hughes, S., Barnes, H.E., Turner, M., Yardley, J., Walshe, C.E. 23/11/2017
Does retirement offer a "window of opportunity" for lifestyle change?: views from English workers on the cusp of retirement
Smeaton, D., Barnes, H.E., Vegeris, S. 1/02/2017 In: Journal of Aging and Health. 29, 1, p. 25-44. 20 p.
Using participatory action research to advance hospice care
01/11/2016 → 31/03/2019
- International Observatory on End of Life Care