Robin is a Senior Fellow and Director of Consultancy at HSMC, University of Birmingham. He is the social care lead within the Chronic Disease Theme of the West Midlands Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research & Care, and a Fellow of the School for Social Care Research. His research interests build on his practical experiences in the field, and centre on commissioning and management of integrated services, the role and impact of the Third Sector, and personalisation. Robin is Co-Editor of the Journal of Integrated Care. Outside of his University role, Robin is a non-executive director on the Board of Trident Social Investment Group and the chair of the board of trustees of Trident Reach.
Robin Miller assesses a paper on what has been happening to the provision of social care services to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) older people and raises concerns about equality.[read the full story...]
Robin Miller tackles a systematic review of measures to evaluate integration in health and social care and discusses some of the challenges of integration.[read the full story...]
Robin Miller examines a US research study on faith based organisations delivering social care services and considers what the findings might mean for the UK context.[read the full story...]
For his first blog, Robin Miller, Senior Fellow at the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham examines a Canadian study on place and older people’s volunteering and considers the implications for third sector policy.[read the full story...]