James Caiels

Research Fellow

j.caiels@kent.ac.uk
01227 827552

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Research Interests

James is currently working on the Department of Health-funded Quality and Outcomes Research Unit programme. He is lead researcher on the Engagement strand.

James Caiels' Publications

Journal Articles

Journal Article

Developing a proxy-report version of the Adult Social Care Outcome Toolkit (ASCOT) (2017)

Rand S, Caiels J, Collins G, Forder J

Health and Quality of Life Outcomes , 15:108

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Journal Article

Developing an Easy Read version of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit (ASCOT) (2016)

Turnpenny A, Caiels J, Crowther T, Richardson L, Whelton R, Beadle-Brown J, Rand S

Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities

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Journal Article

Implementing personal health budgets in England: a user-led approach to substance misuse (2016)

Welch E, Jones K, Caiels J, Windle K, Bass R

Health and Social Care in the Community

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Journal Article

Personalization in the health care system: do personal health budgets impact on outcomes and cost (2013)

Jones K, Forder J, Caiels J, Welch E, Glendinning C, Windle K

Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 18, 2 suppl, 59-67

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Journal Article

Measuring the outcomes of long-term care (2011)

Forder J, Caiels J

Social Science and Medicine 73, 12, 1766-1774

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Book Sections

Book Section

Personal health budgets: implementation and outcomes (2016)

Jones K, Forder J, Caiels J, Welch E, Windle K

Policy Press

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Reports

Report

Making the Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit Easy Read (2015)

Whelton R, Turnpenny A, Caiels J, Crowther T, Richardson L, Beadle-Brown J, Apps J, Rand S

QORU working paper

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Report

Developing an Easy Read version of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit (ASCOT) - Appendix (2015)

Turnpenny A, Caiels J, Crowther T, Richardson L, Whelton R, Beadle-Brown J, Apps J, Rand S

QORU working paper

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Report

Developing an Easy Read version of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit (ASCOT) (2015)

Turnpenny A, Caiels J, Crowther T, Richardson L, Whelton R, Beadle-Brown J, Apps J, Rand S

QORU working paper

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Report

Implementing personal health budgets within substance misuse services (2013)

Welch E, Caiels J, Bass R, Jones K, Forder J, Windle K

PSSRU Discussion Paper 2858, University of Kent

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Report

The cost of implementing personal health budgets (2011)

Jones K, Forder J, Caiels J, Welch E, Windle K, Davidson, Dolan P, Glendinning C, Irvine A, King D

PSSRU Discussion Paper 2804, University of Kent

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Report

Early experiences of implementing personal health budgets (2010)

Jones K, Caiels J, Forder J, Windle K, Welch E, Dolan P, Glendinning C, King D

PSSRU Discussion Paper 2726/2, University of Kent and London School of Economics

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Project Outlines

Project Outline

Evaluation of the Personal Health Budgets Pilot (PSSRU Project Outline 91) (2010)

Jones K, Caiels J, Forder J, Windle, K

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Project Outline

Quality Measurement Framework programme. PSSRU Project Outline 67 (2007)

Forder J, Caiels J

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DP or working papers

DP or working paper

Factor structure and construct validity of the easy-read Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit (ASCOT-ER) (2017)

Rand S, Towers A, Razik K, Turnpenny A, Bradshaw J, Caiels J, Smith N

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DP or working paper

Personal Health Budgets: Process and context following the national pilot programme (2017)

Jones K, Forder J, Welch E, Caiels J, Fox D

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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. 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

Using Proxies to assess Quality of Life: A Review of the Issues and Challenges (2015)

Rand S, Caiels J

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DP or working paper

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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