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My experience of Research and the REACH Study

By Carinna Uy, Staff Nurse, Kineton Manor Nursing Home on Oct 10, 2017

In this blog post, Carinna UY, Senior Nurse from Kineton Manor Nursing Home in Warwick, speaks with ENRICH West Midlands Facilitator Fawn Harrad about her experience of taking part in a local study

 
 

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categories: A Care Home Manager Perspective - tags: midlands, reach, crn


Dementia - Potentially modifiable or not?

By Professor Gill Livingston, University College London on Aug 03, 2017

As a doctor researcher within UCL psychiatry, I am concerned with what works to help people with dementia and their families and to generate and help implement research which makes a difference to future dementia challenges.  

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categories: Dementia - tags: gill, livingston, ucl, marque, lancet, risk, factors


Research in care homes, five years on

By Professor Steve Iliffe, University College London on Jun 29, 2017

Providing an update from the recemt Care Home Medicine conference.

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categories: My Research Project - tags: steve, illiffe, osjct, provide, care, home, research


How to make friends and influence people…in care homes.

By Victoria Simmons, Research Assistant, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust on May 31, 2017

Upon your arrival at a care home the last thing you want to see as a researcher is the care staff cowering away in the kitchen and the face drop of a visiting relative.

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categories: Delivering Care Home Research - tags: epic, oxford, dcm, interview, research, environment, victoria, simmons, dementia, care, mapping, approach


Understanding older people’s experiences of living with sight loss in care homes

By Pamela Lacy, Research & Dissemination Manager, Thomas Pocklington Trust on Apr 28, 2017

There is a growing body of research into the issues of sight loss in older age. However, little focuses explicitly on the perspectives of older people living in residential care.  

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categories: My Research Project - tags: Pamela, Lacy, Pocklington, eye, care, sight