Clara Heath

Research Officer

c.l.heath@kent.ac.uk
01227 823963

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Research Interests

Clara currently works on the MAX toolkit implementation and impact study. She was also part of Maximising the Value of Survey Data in Adult Social Care (MAX) project team and was involved in the design and development of the MAX toolkit. Both MAX projects are funded by the Department of Health via the Quality and Outcomes of person-centred Care Policy Research Unit (QORU). The MAX toolkit is a free, on-line resource which aims to support local authority (LAs) staff to use data from the Adult Social Care Survey (ASCS) and Personal Social Services Survey of Carers in England (PSS SACE) to drive improvements in outcomes for local service users and carers. It is currently used by over 120 staff from 85 LAs across England. Further information about the MAX toolkit can be found on the project website - www.maxproject.org.uk.

Clara Heath's Publications

DP or working papers

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How can MAX help local authorities to use social care data to inform local policy? Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care [MAX] project. Executive Summary (2015)

Heath C, Malley J, Razik K, Jones K, Forder J, Fox D, Caiels J, Beecham J

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Further analysis of ASCS and PSS SACE data: Case studies of local authority (LA) practice (2015)

Heath C, Razik K, Jones K, Beecham J, Forder J, Malley J

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How can MAX help local authorities to use social care data to inform local policy? (Infographic) (2015)

Al-Tahhan, Nat

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DP or working paper

How can MAX help local authorities to use social care data to inform local policy? (Executive summary) (2015)

Heath C, Malley J, Razik K, Jones K, Forder J, Fox D, Caiels J, Beecham J

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DP or working paper

How can MAX help local authorities to use social care data to inform local policy? Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care [MAX] project (2015)

Heath C, Malley J, Razik K, Jones K, Forder J, Fox D, Caiels J, Beecham J

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Blogs

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Using reports to maximise the local relevance, value and use of adult social care and carers data for local performance improvement (2016)

Heath C, Jones K

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Using the analysis findings from the Adult Social Care Survey (ASCS) and Carers Survey (PSS SACE) to fulfil local authority (LA) information needs (2016)

Heath C, Rand S, Jones K

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Maximising the local value of adult social care and carers survey data through stakeholder engagement (2016)

Heath C, Jones K

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Helping local authorities to maximise the local value and use of adult social care date for performance improvement (2016)

Heath C, Jones K

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The rocky road to developing a toolkit (2016)

Heath C

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Meeting local information needs with ASCS and PSS SACE data (Blog) (2015)

Heath C, Malley J, Razik K, Jones K, Forder J, Caiels J, Beecham J

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