The Carers & Parents Club

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The Carers & Parents (CaP) Club provides networking opportunities for carers, parents and parents-to-be at the University of Lincoln to get together and share experiences of being a working carer/parent. It also provides the opportunity for those planning maternity leave, or returning from maternity leave, to benefit from the lived-experiences of peers

The CaP Club is a supportive and inclusive network of carers, parents, and parents-to-be with shared interests and responsibilities. The Club offers informal peer support and an open environment for discussions around topics such as  managing the transition back to work and the trials and tribulations of 'balancing' work and family in both academic and professional support roles. The main aim is to foster stronger relationships across the University of Lincoln, as well as provide carers with relevant information regarding HR policies and procedures around being a working carer. 

The network is open to all staff


Contact Rebecca or Mo if you would like to join the network, or would like more information

Research Assistant

Rebecca Sanderson

Research Assistant

Rebecca works within the Lincoln Higher Education Research Institute (LHERI) as an institutional researcher and evaluator for the University of Lincoln Access and Participation Plan. She also supports the Human Resources Department Equality, Diversity and Inclusion team through research and evaluation of institutional initiatives, and is part of the JEDI team. Rebecca's research interests include widening participation in higher education, social justice in education, student engagement and student mental health. Staff profile

Professor of Health & Social Care Integration

Prof Mo Ray

Professor of Health & Social Care Integration

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Based in the School of Health &  Social Care, Mo specialises in gerontological research and has a strong interest in social relationships in older age, the management of illness and co-existing long term conditions and experiences of health and social care.  Current research projects are the 'Ethical Issues in Self Funding for Older People' (Wellcome Trust 2017–2020); and 'The Ageing of British Gerontology' (Leverhulme Trust 2015–2017). Staff profile