Prof Robin Miller
Professor Robin Miller is an applied academic with an international reputation in relation to integration and leadership in health and social care. He is the Co-Editor in Chief of the international journal of integrated care and has researched widely the implementation of transformational programmes in primary health and social care. Robin has been P-I or Co-I to over £14 million of research grants over the past 10 years and has published over 60 peer reviewed articles and books. He is the social care lead within the WM Applied Research Collaboration, leads the community asset theme of the national priority programme for adult social care and social work and is a Senior Fellow of the NIHR School for Social Care Research. In the latter capacity, he oversees the national capacity development programme for future research leaders in adult social care. He is the UK Demonstrator Model lead for the IMPACT (IMProving Adult Care Together) Centre which uses evidence to address issues of strategic importance
Robin is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has developed numerous leadership and management programmes. This includes the strength-based leadership programme with the Social Care Institute for Excellence recognised as an European exemplar of good practice. He has published widely in relation to research and theory of inter-professional learning and its development at practice and senior levels. Robin is the lead editor for the first international research handbook in social work and social care leadership. He instigated and continues to lead the U21 Community of Practice for Social Work with membership from seventeen research intensive universities across the world.