Dr Jonathan Taylor
Jonathan (Jono) Taylor
BA, MPhil, DPhil
Jono Taylor is a Researcher within the Applied Health Research Unit working on the provision of high quality health and social care services. Jono has a BA in History (University of Cambridge), MPhil in MPhil in Social and Economic History (University of Cambridge), and a DPhil in Social and Economic History (University of Oxford).
Before joining the University of Oxford, Jono worked as a Senior Research Associate, based at the University of Bristol’s School for Policy Studies. Jono was responsible for managing an NIHR-funded project which sought to improve the health and wellbeing outcomes of care leavers.
Jono has considerable experience of research within health and social care settings and has conducted projects on behalf of the Department of Health, the Care Council for Wales, as well as Clinical Commissioning Groups across England and Wales. As part of his current role, Jono is involved in a number of mixed-methods research projects which aim to evaluate initiatives designed to improve health and well-being in care homes.
Care planning interventions for care home residents: A scoping review
TAYLOR J. et al, (2023), Journal of Long-Term Care
‘The Borough Council have done a great deal ... I hope they continue to do so in the future’: children, community and the welfare state, 1941–55
TAYLOR J., (2021), Children's Experiences of Welfare in Modern Britain, 147 - 173
Child philanthropy, family care and young bodies in Britain, 1876–1914
POOLEY S., (2021), Children’s Experiences of Welfare in Modern Britain, 99 - 122
Children's Experiences of Welfare in modern Britain
POOLEY S., (2021)