Professor Anne Rogers
Professor of Health Systems Implementation, Honorary Professor of the Sociology of Health Care, institute of Population Health, University of Manchester
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Anne Rogers is Professor of Health Systems Implementation and the Research Director of the NIHR CLAHRC Wessex. Anne is a health sociologist with a long term interest in the sociology of mental health and illness. Her current research focusses on the capacity of personal networks to mobilise the connections and resources which assist with self-management for long term conditions.
Exploring how our personal social networks in which we are embedded impact on our efforts to manage our well-being health and illness.
- Understanding, creating, adapting, translating, implementing and evaluating self-care technology and support strategies which incorporates the resources and networks operating in peoples' everyday lives and social environments.
- Currently carrying out research programmes focusing on patient systems of implementation for the management of long term conditions of those living in deprived circumstances in the UK and in Europe.
- Leading NIHR and EU-FP7 funded programmes focussed on patient work in the area of long term condition management
- Addressing how social position, networks, relationships and illness work undertaken in domestic settings connect to accessing resources in local communities and human relationships in and outside of health services. A long term programme of work on the sociology of mental health and illness.