BiographyDr Catherine Powell has a BA in Sociology and Social Policy from the University of York, an MA in Social Research from the University of Leeds and a PhD in Sociology and Social Policy from the University of Leeds in 2014. Catherine’s PhD, funded through a scholarship attached to the ESRC Timescapes study, was entitled ‘Intergenerational Relationships and the Ageing Population’ and focused on care, need and support in four-generation families (with living great-grandparents).
ResearchCurrent Projects Catherine is a currently a Senior Research Fellow working on the National Institute for Health Research funded ‘Improving the Safety and Continuity Of Medicines management at Transitions of care (ISCOMAT)’ project.
|Peer Reviewed Journal|
|Title||Evidence-based intervention to reduce avoidable hospital admissions in care home residents (the Better Health in Residents in Care Homes (BHiRCH) study): Protocol for a pilot cluster randomised trial (2019)|
|Authors||Sampson E.;Feast A.;Blighe A.;Froggatt K.;Hunter R.;Marston L.;McCormack B.;Nurock S.;Panca M.;Powell C.;Rait G.;Robinson L.;Woodward-Carlton B.;Young J.;Downs M.|
|Title||Family involvement in timely detection of changes in health of nursing homes residents: a qualitative exploratory study (2018)|
|Authors||Powell, Catherine; Blighe, Alan J.; Froggatt, K.A.; McCormack, B.; Woodward-Carlton, Barbara; Young, J.; Robinson, L.; Downs, Murna G.|
|Title||Care for Older People in Multigenerational Families: a Life Course Analysis across Four Generations. (2015)|
|DOI||Powell C (2015) Care for Older People in Multigenerational Families: a Life Course Analysis across Four Generations. Families, Relationships and Societies. Published online Dec 21, 2015. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1332/204674315X14501049198493|