Enrich Blog

How do handovers happen?

By Professor Jill Manthorpe on Mar 03, 2016

Many studies have considered handovers between shifts in hospital settings, but handovers have yet to be explored in care homes. 


categories: Delivering Care Home Research, My Research Project, Setting up a study - tags: jill, manthorpe, kings, college, handover

Thinking about Drinking

By Diane Bunn, University of East Anglia on Feb 17, 2016

‘Thinking about Drinking’ has been at the forefront of my mind for nearly four years now, but it emerged as the title of my study much more recently, when I was trying to think of something that would describe what I was trying to do. 


tags: dehydration, bunn, uea, blog, training, norwich, DRIE

Passion to improve care standards

By Bernadette Mossman on Jan 27, 2016

Bernadette Mossman is Healthcare Director and Registered Manager for Vida Healthcare a 70 bed specialist dementia care home, in Harrogate, North Yorkshire rated as excellent by the CQC. In this blog Bernadette expalins what drove her to become involved in research.


categories: A Care Home Manager Perspective - tags: marque, dementia, vidahealthcare, harrogate, carehome, manager

“Are you coming back tomorrow?”

By Alys Griffiths on Jan 05, 2016

The benefits of Care Home research for care homes, residents and families.


categories: Delivering Care Home Research

A Step in the Right Direction

By Eleanor Sowerby on Dec 11, 2015

My interest in health research began in 1998 when I decided to take a long awaited leap into the nursing profession. 


categories: Delivering Care Home Research, End of Life Care - tags: palliative, lancaster, nursing, sowerby