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R Haworth-Lomax
Senior Lecturer Social Policy
School of Soc Work, Psychology, Pub H
Tha University of Salford

Expertise:
Health Policy, Older People, health and social care, User Participation in health and social care decission making processes, Gender inequilities in the labour market

Biography:
Rita is a senior lecturer in social policy at the University of Salford. Rita has also taught MA Welfare Studies at The University of Manchester. She is a Member of the Social Policy Association holding the post of executive member for four years. Rita's teaching and research interests include the impact of social policies on older people. Public and Patient participation in decision making processes within the NHS and gender inequalites.

Qualifications:
BA (Hons) Community Studies First Class. MA (Economics)Social Policy Distinction for research, University of Manchester.

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  1. Promoting good design
  2. Older people
  3. Patient choice and participation in decision making is not always that straightforward.
  4. Breaking down the barriers. To what extent are service users collaborating in decision making processes within the NHS? A review of policy implementation and outcomes
  5. From rhetoric to reality. A review of New Labour's proposals for greater public participation in local health service planning
  6. Conceptulising student support in the Faculty of Health and Social Care
  7. An evaluation of new labour's proposals for greater puplic participation in local health service planning. How 'well' is it working in primary care groups?
  8. Getting them in and keeping them in. Evaluating support systems for mature female students in the faculty of Health and Social Care at the University of Salford
  9. Evaluating support systems for mature female students
  10. What is the conceptual basis for using 'consumerism' as an approach for public participation in National Health Service decision making processes?
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3From rhetoric to reality. A review of New Labour's proposals for greater public participation in local health service planning362
4An evaluation of new labour's proposals for greater puplic participation in local health service planning. How 'well' is it working in primary care groups?336
5Breaking down the barriers. To what extent are service users collaborating in decision making processes within the NHS? A review of policy implementation and outcomes321
6Conceptulising student support in the Faculty of Health and Social Care320
7Evaluating support systems for mature female students315
8Getting them in and keeping them in. Evaluating support systems for mature female students in the faculty of Health and Social Care at the University of Salford308
9What is the conceptual basis for using 'consumerism' as an approach for public participation in National Health Service decision making processes? 300
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