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Dr Martin Hansen
Associate Dean (QA) / Reader - Politics

Marie Jahoda 220

Summary

Dr Martin Ejnar Hansen is a political scientist specialising in Comparative European Politics and Public Policy with specific focus on parliaments, governments and parties. Before joining Brunel he was employed at the University of Southern Denmark, University of Aarhus and the University of Vienna.

Qualifications:

  • PhD Political Science (Aarhus)
  • cand.scient.pol. (MSc Political Science) (Southern Denmark)
  • BSc Political Science (Southern Denmark)

Responsibility

Associate Dean (Quality Assurance), College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences

Independent Chair of the BPC Board of Examiners

Newest selected publications

Yen, D., Dorussen, H., Pickering, S., Hansen, M., Scotto, T. and Reifler, J. (2024) 'To share or not to share: Public attitudes towards disclosing personal and identifiable medical data and information'. British Journal of Healthcare Management.

Journal article

Hansen, ME. and Pickering, SD. (2024) 'The role of religion and COVID-19 vaccine uptake in England'. Vaccine, 42 (13). pp. 3215 - 3219. ISSN: 0264-410X Open Access Link

Journal article

Pickering, SD., Dorussen, H., Hansen, ME., Reifler, J., Scotto, T., Sunahara, Y. and et al. (2024) 'London, you have a problem with women: Trust towards the police in England'. Policing and Society: an international journal of research and policy, 0 (ahead of print). pp. 1 - 16. ISSN: 1043-9463 Open Access Link

Journal article

Hansen, ME. and Pickering, SD. (2024) 'From plaster casts to picket lines: Public support for industrial action in the National Health Service in England'. Nursing Inquiry, 0 (ahead of print). pp. 1 - 11. ISSN: 1320-7881 Open Access Link

Journal article

Dorussen, H., Hansen, ME., Pickering, SD., Reifler, J., Scotto, T., Sunahara, Y. and et al. (2024) 'The influence of waiting times and sociopolitical variables on public trust in healthcare: A cross-sectional study of the NHS in England'. Public Health in Practice, 7. pp. 1 - 7. ISSN: 2666-5352 Open Access Link

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