Care Policy and Evaluation Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science
Ed completed his undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at the University of Sheffield and his MSc in Health Population & Society at the London School of Eeconomics. After his studies Ed worked as a Healthcare Researcher at Civitas think tank in Westminster, researching health system financing and structure and doing cross country comparisons with other European countries.
Ed then trained to be a teacher and completed five years working as a secondary and sixth form science teacher and then as 2ic/KS3 coordinator in his department. During this time Ed was involved in a project producing school resources on COVID-19 vaccine safety in collaboration with Queen Mary University, LSHTM’s vaccine confidence project and the Stephen Hawking Foundation. Ed was also involved in climate advocacy, working with the National Education Union to put together a blueprint for other school to use in declaring a climate emergency and organising conferences on climate change for teachers.
At the Care Policy and Evaluation Centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Ed currently works across a variety of subject areas including long COVID, the experiences of managers and family carers in care homes, migration, autism and social media monitoring for social care. With colleagues, Ed has recently developed the Catalogue of Social Care Data (CASCID).
|Topics||COVID-19 and other infectious diseases and LTC; Data catalogues; Dementia care and support; LTC and people with learning disabilities; Social Innovation in LTC; Technology and LTC;|
|Methods||Comparative policy analysis; Economic evaluation; Literature reviews and synthesis; Qualitative studies;|
Health policy; Health system comparisons; Qualitative interviewing & analysis; Long COVID data collection; Economic costing; Climate change pedagogy;
Dixon, J., Lorenz-Dant, K., Stubbs, E., Harrison Dening, K., Mostaghim, M., & Casson, D. (2023). Registered care home managers’ experiences of responding to the national care home visiting guidance in England during the Covid-19 pandemic; a multi-method qualitative study. BMC geriatrics, 23(1), 236. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12877-023-03935-w
Stubbs, E. (ed.) et al. (2016). The Health of The Nation: averting the demise of universal healthcare Civitas. Available from: https://www.civitas.org.uk/content/files/HealthoftheNation.pdf
Stubbs. E. (2016). Supplying the demand for doctors: The need to end the rationing of medical training places. Civitas. Available from: https://www.civitas.org.uk/content/files/Supplyingthedemandfordoctors.pdf
Stubbs. E. (2015). Supplying the demand for nurses: The need to end the rationing of nurse training places. Civitas. Available at: https://www.civitas.org.uk/content/files/nursetraining.pdf