Expert Image Ms Annette Bauer
Department of Social Policy, LSE Health and Social Care, Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU)
Experience keywords: child development, community development, economics in social policy, families and children, homecare, inequalities, learning disabilities, mental health and wellbeing, parenting, perinatal mental health, social capital, third sector, transition health and social care

Expert Image Dr Christian Busch
Innovation Co-Creation Lab (ICCL) (Department of Management), Innovation Co-Creation Lab (ICCL) (Department of Management)
Experience keywords: Social innovation, bricolage, entrepreneurship, innovation communities, millennial generation, purpose-driven organisations, social capital, social entrepreneurship, social impact, social networks, sustainable business model innovation

Expert Image Professor Catherine Campbell
Department of Social Psychology, LSE Health
Experience keywords: 'social capital', HIV/AIDS, agency, capacity building, care and caring relationships, collective action, community participation, education, gender, health-enabling schools, mental health, partnerships, power and empowerment, public health and health promotion, sexuality, social change, social development, social exclusion and social inequalities - with particular attention to the way in which health inequalities are shaped by social identities relating to gender, ethnicity, age/youth and socio-economic position, social movements, stigma

Expert Image Dr Philipa Mladovsky
Department of International Development, LSE Health
Experience keywords: European health systems, Ghana, India, Senegal, community health insurance, comparative health policy, developing countries, financial crisis, health financing, migrant health, social capital, social exclusion

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