Jill Manthorpe Jill Manthorpe

Jill Manthorpe is professor of social work and director of the Social Care Workforce Research Unit at King's College London. The unit undertakes studies of social care for the Department of Health investigating new roles, system changes and workforce profiles and sets these in the context of user experience and social care practice.

Jill has particular interest in adult safeguarding and studies in this area include those of adult serious case reviews, the Mental Capacity Act 2005, risk and personalisation, and the Care Act 2014. She is emeritus senior investigator of the National Institute for Health Research.

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Dementia diagnosis: quick guide

The Mental Capacity Act and serious case reviews: lessons for practice

The key lessons for social workers on the Mental Capacity Act 2005 from serious case reviews in the cases of vulnerable adults.