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Research Profile

Ms Aimee Grant 


Publications

Reports

FORTHCOMING Grant A. (2010).  The Social Fund: a review of select literature.  Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

 

Working Papers

Grant, A. (2009).  Why Did the Welsh Labour ‘Free Home Care’ pledge fail to become a reality? Elite Perspectives on Policy Failure. Cardiff University Working Paper 122.

 

Conference Presentations

Grant, A. (2010).  “The Condition Management Programme: early findings from qualitative research in Wales.”  Social Policy Association Annual Conference, University of Lincoln 5th-7th June 2010.

A paper based on the presentation was prepared for the conference at the request of the Social Policy Association:


Grant, A. (2010).  “Incapacity Benefit claimants and compulsory interviews at Jobcentre Plus: are they ‘just a waste of time’?”  Spotlight on Social Sciences Annual Conference, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, 27th May 2010.

Grant, A. (2010).  “The Social Fund: issues and practice.”  Divisional Seminar to Communities Analytical Services and the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA).  Victoria Quay, Edinburgh, Scottish Government, 29th April 2010.

Grant, A. (2009).  “‘It’s probably the location you’re in which goes against you...’  Barriers to work for disabled people in Wales.”  Spotlight on Social Sciences Annual Conference, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, 28th May 2009.

Grant, A. (2009).  “Reflections from the field: Where is the NHS ethics committee when you need them?!”  Connections Eight – Speculative Futures the Eighth Annual Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference of the Sciences, University of Bristol, 21st -22nd May 2009.

Grant, A. (2008).  “Why Did the Welsh Labour ‘Free Home Care’ pledge fail to become a reality? Elite Perspectives on Policy Failure.”  Postgraduate Café 1st Annual Conference, Cardiff University, 20th February 2008.

 

Conference Exhibits and Poster Presentations

FORTHCOMING:  Grant, A. (2010).  “The Condition Management Programme and the creation of ‘Active Patients’: Pathways to Work for Incapacity Benefit Claimants.”  BSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, University of Durham, 1st-3rd September 2010.

Grant, A. (2009).  “One million sick back to work? Incapacity Benefit Reform, the introduction of the Condition Management Programme and Return to Work in Wales.” Spotlight on Social Sciences Annual Conference, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, 28th May 2009.