Shereen Hussein
Shereen Hussein
Professor of Health and Social Care Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
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Helping others or a rewarding career? Investigating student motivations to train as social workers in England
M Stevens, J Moriarty, J Manthorpe, S Hussein, E Sharpe, J Orme, ...
Journal of Social Work 12 (1), 16-36, 2012
An international review of the long-term care workforce: policies and shortages
S Hussein, J Manthorpe
Journal of aging & social policy 17 (4), 75-94, 2005
Ageing and elderly care in the Arab region: policy challenges and opportunities
S Hussein, M Ismail
Ageing international 42, 274-289, 2017
Content and purpose of supervision in social work practice in England: Views of newly qualified social workers, managers and directors
J Manthorpe, J Moriarty, S Hussein, M Stevens, E Sharpe
British Journal of Social Work 45 (1), 52-68, 2015
Organisational factors, job satisfaction and intention to leave among newly qualified social workers in England
S Hussein, J Moriarty, M Stevens, E Sharpe, J Manthorpe
Social Work Education 33 (3), 381-396, 2014
Experiences of racism and discrimination among migrant care workers in England: findings from a mixed-methods research project
M Stevens, S Hussein, J Manthorpe
Ethnic and racial studies 35 (2), 259-280, 2012
Making the transition: Comparing research on newly qualified social workers with other professions
J Moriarty, J Manthorpe, M Stevens, S Hussein
British Journal of Social Work 41 (7), 1340-1356, 2011
Work engagement, burnout and personal accomplishments among social workers: A comparison between those working in children and adults’ services in England
S Hussein
Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services …, 2018
What (a) difference a degree makes: The evaluation of the new social work degree in England
J Orme, G MacIntyre, P Green Lister, K Cavanagh, BR Crisp, S Hussein, ...
British Journal of Social Work 39 (1), 161-178, 2009
People in places: a qualitative exploration of recruitment agencies' perspectives on the employment of international social workers in the UK
S Hussein, J Manthorpe, M Stevens
British Journal of Social Work 40 (3), 1000-1016, 2010
“We don't do it for the money” … The scale and reasons of poverty-pay among frontline long-term care workers in England
S Hussein
Health and Social Care in the Community, 2017
Investing in the relationship: practitioners’ relationships with looked‐after children and care leavers in S ocial W ork P ractices
J Ridley, C Larkins, N Farrelly, S Hussein, H Austerberry, J Manthorpe, ...
Child & Family Social Work 21 (1), 55-64, 2016
The dementia social care workforce in England: secondary analysis of a national workforce dataset
S Hussein, J Manthorpe
Aging & mental health 16 (1), 110-118, 2012
Support workers in social care in England: a scoping study
J Manthorpe, S Martineau, J Moriarty, S Hussein, M Stevens
Health & social care in the community 18 (3), 316-324, 2010
Can religious affiliation explain the disadvantage of Muslim women in the British labour market?
N Khattab, S Hussein
Work, employment and society 32 (6), 1011-1028, 2018
Changes in turnover and vacancy rates of care workers in England from 2008 to 2010: Panel analysis of national workforce data
S Hussein, M Ismail, J Manthorpe
Health & social care in the community 24 (5), 547-556, 2016
Nexus Between Demographic Change and Elderly CareNeed in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries:Some Policy Implications
H Khan, S Hussein, J Deane
Ageing International, 2017
Diversity and progression among students starting social work qualifying programmes in England between 1995 and 1998: A quantitative study
S Hussein, J Moriarty, J Manthorpe, P Huxley
British Journal of Social Work 38 (8), 1588-1609, 2008
International social care workers in England: Profile, motivations, experiences and future expectations
S Hussein, M Stevens, J Manthorpe
Social Care Workforce Research Unit, 2010
Migration, gender and low-paid work: on migrant men’s entry dynamics into the feminised social care work in the UK
S Hussein, K Christensen
Journal of Ethnic and Migration studies 43 (5), 749-765, 2017
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