Acknowledgements

The ENRICH toolkit has only been possible through the contributions of a large number of individuals and organisations.

  • Adam Smith, National Institute for Health Research
  • Professor Michael Bennett, University of Leeds
  • Sue Berkeley, Lay Representative
  • Victoria Elliot, Principal Care Consultant from the Orders of St John Care Trust
  • Professor Claire Goodman, University of Hertfordshire
  • Dr Lesley Hall, Clinical Research Network
  • Cathryn Hart, Humber NHS Foundation Trust
  • Professor Steve Iliffe, Professor of Primary Care for Older People, UCL
  • Piers Kotting, National Institute for Health Research
  • Professor Jill Manthorpe, School of Social Care Research and King’s College London
  • Gary Nestor, National Institute for Health Research
  • Barbara Pointon, Lay Representative
  • Victoria Shepherd, Cardiff University
  • Professor Claire Surr, Leeds Beckett University

This toolkit draws on the work of:

  • Professor Murna Downs, University of Bradford
  • Dr Zara Ferreira, City University London
  • Professor Claire Goodman, University of Hertfordshire
  • Dr Rebekah Luff, University of Southampton
  • Professor Jill Manthorpe, King's College London
  • Professor Marian McMurdo and the Age & Aging Specialty Group, University of Dundee
  • Professor Julienne Meyer, City University London
  • Professor Claire Surr, Leeds Beckett University

We would like to acknowledgement video contributions from:

  • Professor Martin Rossor, Institute of Neurology, University College London
  • Professor Steve Iliffe, Professor of Primary Care for Older People
  • Professor Martin Knapp, Department of Social Policy, London School of Economics
  • Professor Claire Goodman, University of Hertfordshire
  • Victoria Elliot, Care Quality Director, Orders of St John Care Trust
  • Dr Rakhee Shah, Project Manager (PrOVIDe project), The College of Optometrists
  • Adam Smith, National Institute for Health Research
  • Professor Gill Livingston, Mental health, University College London

We would like to thank The Orders of St John Care Trust and Larkrise Care Home for allow us to photograph your wonderful staff and residents, and include these images on our website.

We would also like to thank those not already mentioned, that contributed to providing case studies in 2015

  • Mike Head, Infectious Disease Research Network
  • Stefania Lanza, Brighton & Sussex Medical School
  • Anna Hicks, Orders of St Johns Care Trust
  • Cathryn Hart, Humber NHS Foundation Trust
  • Saba Alam, Humber NHS Foundation Trust
  • Katie Gibson, Humber NHS Foundation Trust
  • Danni Collingridge Moore, Lancaster University

  • Julie Watson, University of Edinburgh

The ENRICH Project is supported by the following bodies:

The guidance and information displayed on this website is aimed at research in Care homes across England, and Scotland. However the general principles could be applied across other nations. ENRICH works closely with other NIHR topics specific networks, NEURODEM Cymru and NICRN.