ENRICHEnabling Research in Care Homes
Care Home Research: Progress, Pitfalls and Potential
Speaker: Professor Adam Gordon
Date/Time: Tuesday 2nd February, 10:00 – 11:00am
“Adam is Professor of Care of Older People at the University of Nottingham, a Consultant Geriatrician at the Royal Derby Hospital and President Elect of the British Geriatrics Society. He has been doing research with care homes for over a decade and has played an active role in writing guidelines for, providing support to, and conducting research with the care home sector during the pandemic. This has included work on peer-support for care home managers during the pandemic, point-of-care testing in care homes, and work to develop and lead a national RCT platform for COVID prophylaxis in care homes.
This webinar is jointly organised by PenARC , as the inaugural event in its Executive Group Communications Seminar Series, and the University of Exeter and Care Homes Knowledge Collaboration (ExCHANGE), and will be of interest to all researchers who have an interest in working with care homes, as well as care home providers, staff, and other professionals working alongside care homes.
The seminar proper will be followed by an optional half-hour networking session, 11:00 – 11:30, for those working in and around care homes and care homes research in the South West.”
To book you place on this seminar click here
This talk will be recorded and the recording shared publicly via the PenARC website.
The NIHR Research Design Service East Midlands are hosting a webinar for Research for Social Care (RfSC).
“This event supports competition 3 of the annual RfSC call, which launched at the end of September. This is a great opportunity to hear directly from the programme team about what they are looking for in applications and to ask questions to the panel. There is also the opportunity to book a 20 minute slot to discuss your application with our RDSEM team, members of the RfSC team and public contributors.
RDSEM NIHR Research for Social Care Webinar
Date: 28 October
Booking: Event is free, please book yourself a slot
- Overview of the Research for Social Care funding call and key priorities – Sue Ziebland (Director of RfPB and RfSC)
- Reflections from a previous RfSC applicant – Tony Kay (Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
- Where next and how the RDS can help – Martin Williams (Director of RDS East Midlands and Director of RDS National Office)
- How can the CRN help with your RfSC application – Kate Gilmour and Harriet Savage (CRN East Midlands)
This event is being run in the East Midlands but is open to interested researchers across the country.”
The webinar takes place on Tuesday 13th October from 1.00 – 2.00pm and includes two presentations focusing on care homes:
Investigating “optimal time”: Multiple perspectives on the timing of moving into care homes for people living with dementia
Kritika Samsi (King’s College London)
Regulator quality ratings and care home residents quality of life
Ann-Marie Towers (University of Kent)
Time for questions and discussions
NIHR SSCR’s Webinars are free to attend with pre-registration.
To register click here
The Digital Primary Care Team at NHSX are delivering a series of webinars. The webinars will detail the variety of digital and transformational programmes being rolled out across the NHS during COVID-19 and beyond.
The webinar will be delivered by Alison Taylor RN – Digital Transformation Manager and Dr Matt Houghton – GP and Digital Clinical Champion. It will look at digital transformation work going on in care homes including: Proxy Access in care homes and virtual check-ins with care homes. This webinar will also provide details of where care homes can get support with digital projects.
The webinar takes place on the 10th June 2020 from 5.00pm – 6.00pm for more details about registering for this event click here
NIHR SSCR Webinar includes talks focusing on loneliness.
The first presentation will be delivered by Mark Wilberforce (University of York) – the presentation will focus on Isolation and loneliness in people with sight loss in care homes (the INSIgHT project)
The second presentation will be delivered by Paul Willis (University of Bristol) – the presentation will focus on Older men at the margins: a study of older mens’ experiences of seeking social engagement and combating loneliness in later life
NIHR SSCR’s Webinars are free to attend with pre-registration. The webinar will take place on the 9th June 2020 1.00pm – 2.00pm. Click here to register on Eventbright