Enrich News

Dementia in the future: what’s in store for our children?

Sep 21, 2015 by Kirsty Marais - www.dementiablog.org

A new analysis has estimated that for every child born this year, one in three can be expected to develop dementia during their lifetime. The finding is revealed on World Alzheimer’s Day, a date that sees people around the globe raise awareness of dementia, and the statistic goes a long way to demonstrate the scale

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Palliative care in nursing homes linked to managers’ knowledge

Mar 23, 2015 by www.nursingtimes.net

Better end of life care is observed in nursing homes where palliative care knowledge is greater among senior staff, according to US research.

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Changing the PACE of palliative care in care homes

Mar 05, 2015 by Danni Collingridge Moore, International Observatory on End of Life Care

A team of researchers from Lancaster University are setting up a new research study which will be collecting data from care homes in England over the next 12 months. The ‘PACE’ study will explore whether or not care home residents have better outcomes when formal palliative care structures are in place.

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You can 'Join dementia research'

Feb 23, 2015 by Adam Smith

‘Join dementia research’ is a national service that offers you the chance to register your interest in taking part in dementia research, find suitable studies in your area, and let researchers know that you might be interested in taking part in their research.

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Research Design Service in Yorkshire shares Carehome PPI Guidance

Jan 11, 2015 by Adam Smith

Involving careome owners, manager, staff, residents and family memembers is essential in the deisgn of high quality, deliverable care home research.

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Care Home Research findings - Probiotics for Antibiotic Associated Diarrhoea (PAAD) Study

Dec 15, 2014 by Victoria Shepherd

We are delighted that the final report for the Probiotics for Antibiotic Associated Diarrhoea (PAAD) Study has now been published. ENRICH has provided support to tehe study, and we are now pleased to be able to share the findings of the study with members, and any other interested organisations.

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