Staff Profiles: Dr. Mark Redmond

Dr. Mark Redmond

Staff Profile: Dr. Mark Redmond
Senior Lecturer in Health and Social Care

Dr. Mark Redmond

Dr. Mark Redmond

Senior Lecturer in Health and Social Care

Allied Health Professions

Dr Redmond is an active researcher in the field of social care. He has successfully supervised a number of PhDs to completion and is currently exploring safeguarding and financial abuse.

Biography

Dr Mark Redmond is an experienced author, researcher, and postgraduate supervisor. His interests are wide-ranging and span service user involvement, management of social care and the care of frail older people. He is currently working on projects with the Church of England, Gloucestershire CCG, and Community Foster Care.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
BA (Hons) Social Policy & Administration Plymouth Polytechnic 1988
PhD Law Lancaster University 2003

Membership of professional bodies

Mark was elected to a Fellowship with the Royal Society of the Arts (RSA) in September 2016.

Teaching and research

Teaching

I teach across the social care spectrum, specialising in management and leadership, research and social care history and policy.

Level

Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Research

My current research focuses on the financial abuse of older people by charities and religious organisations. I also have a developing interest in social care post-personalisation.

Publications

External responsibilities

Currently working on a number of external projects including the Church of England, Gloucestershire CCG, and Community Foster Care.