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About the Institute of Public Care

As an outstanding University Institute, we work with our clients to improve the health and wellbeing of citizens and communities. Our professional experience and academic rigour makes us a trusted partner in public care

We have many areas of expertise

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Adults and Older People's Services

We focus on the delivery of outcomes that improve the health and well-being of individuals

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Children's Services

Our expertise covers the full range of services offered to children, young people and their families

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Health Services

We work with NHS providers and commissioners to co-design and implement patient pathways and models of care that promote integration

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Learning Disability Services

We can support you to embed an approach to learning disability that promotes an “ordinary life” through whole sector creative solutions

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Digital and Data

We can support you to safely achieve the benefits of digital technology and to better collect, analyse and present your organisation's data

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We employ experts from a variety of different fields

Equality, diversity and inclusion

We are committed to developing a diverse, equal and truly inclusive workplace and community. Celebrating difference is the right thing to do. It will also help us with our aim: to improve the health and wellbeing of citizens and communities. We developed the Get Experience in Applied Research (GEAR) programme to support early career researchers and post-graduate students at Oxford Brookes University who are from an ethnically diverse background. Find out more about equality, diversity and inclusion at Brookes on the University's webpage for staff and information for students.

Our commitment to achieving net zero

At Oxford Brookes, we recognise that urgent action is required to reduce or halt climate change. We declared a Climate Emergency in 2021 and are committed to being carbon net zero by 2040. Find out more about our plans and how IPC can help you think through the implications of climate change and build resilience to climate risks.

Data protection and cyber security

Oxford Brookes University has achieved the globally recognised information security certification ISO/IEC 27001, as part of its commitment to protecting its information and that of its staff, students and partners. The Institute has UK accredited certification for the information security arrangements of our work (Cyber Essentials certificate number IASME-CEP-008538).