Generation Z's views of care and care careers: An international comparison
Start date01 April 2019
End date31 December 2019
This project aimed to learn about the views of Generation Z regarding care and care careers. In England, this generation of young people was born into a period of financial and economic austerity and have grown up with a familiarity with technology. Hence these young people are also known as the i-generation. As Generation Z is at the age of making choices regarding subjects for future study which will shape their future career choices, it is interesting and Important to explore their views of care and care careers.
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Dr Anna Cox
Senior Lecturer in Health and Social Care
Anna is a Senior Lecturer in Health and Social Care in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Surrey. Her research focuses on the development and implementation of interventions to support the provision of good ethical care throughout the life course. Anna has a particularly interest in the care experience of older people and people with learning disabilities. Anna leads the Together Project funded by Health Education England The Together Project: Supporting the delivery of good practice in maternity services for parents with learning disabilities | University of Surrey
PhD Student (Generation Z literature review)
Research groups and centres
Our research is supported by research groups and centres.
The International Care Ethics (ICE) Observatory ethics in care research theme
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