Master of Science H.P.M. Carlsson (Hanna)
Teacher - Public Administration
6525 AJ NIJMEGEN
6500 HK NIJMEGEN
Hanna Carlsson is an interdisciplinary researcher whose work focuses on how (local) welfare states respond to superdiverse populations. In particular, she is interested in how localism, marketization and digitalization of the Dutch welfare state shape the possibility to tackle social inequalities with regard to access to care.
- Carlsson, H., & Pijpers, R. (2021). Diversity-mainstreaming in times of ageing and migration: implementation paradoxes in municipal aged care provision. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 47(11), 2396-2416.
- Carlsson, H. (2021) Migrants’ pathways to aged care: the role of local relationships of care in facilitating access for super-diverse older populations. Ageing & Society, Published online: 17 September 2021
- Carlsson, H. and Pijpers, R. (2021), "Working towards health equity for ethnic minority elders: spanning the boundaries of neighbourhood governance", Journal of Health Organization and Management, Vol. 35 No. 2, pp. 212-228
- Carlsson, H., Pijpers, R., & Van Melik, R. (2022). Day-care centres for older migrants: spaces to translate practices in the care landscape. Social & Cultural Geography, 23(2), 250-269.
- Carlsson, H. (2017). Researching boxing bodies in Scotland: Using apprenticeship to study the embodied construction of gender in hyper masculine space. Gender, Place & Culture, 24(7), 939-953.
Research grants and prizes
- 2020 - Liz West Best PhD Paper Awarded at the Organisational Behaviour in Health Care Conference 2020
- 2020 - IMR Best PhD paper award
- 2019 - Christine Mohrmann grant Travel grant awarded to promising female doctoral students at Radboud University More information
- 2022 - 2024 Trusted care? Inequalities in care for community-dwelling older people in Amsterdam This project investigates inequalities in access to and use of care among diverse groups of community-dwelling older adults in Amsterdam. We research how (a lack of) trust might explain differences and how care organisations can improve relationships of trust with different groups of older people. More information
- 2017 - 2021 Caring for Older Migrants in Dutch Cities in Times of Post-Multiculturalism and Localism This doctoral project investigated how municipalities respond to the diverse care needs and preferences of older people from ethnic minorities after the 2015 decentralisation. The focus was on the interplay between national and local policy trends and daily practices of policy officers, managers and front-line workers in health and social care. The aim was to provide a better understanding of how local aged care provision copes with diverse populations in the context of post multiculturalism and decentralization of services; political developments which are occurring in several immigration countries in Europe. The project resulted in 5 peer-reviewed publication.
- 14 June 2022 - Binnenlands Bestuur: Oudere migranten hebben baat bij cultuurspecifieke zorg More information
Postdoc Trusted Care
(01 December 2021 - 01 December 2023)
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam