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An archive of news items published on the ENRICH site May 2014 - April 2019 can be found here.

28th June
2022

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An invitation to join CHAIN (Contacts, Help, Advice & Information Network)

Are you interested in joining CHAIN? Membership is entirely FREE and members of CHAIN get access to the network’s online directory, as well as receiving occasional CHAIN messages which are targeted specifically to their individual interests.

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24th June
2022

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Residential Long-Term Care and COVID-19: Role of the Built Environment in Balancing Infection Control and Quality of Life

A new report funded by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)

Key Findings and Recommendations 2022

Residential Long-Term Care and COVID-19: Role of the Built Environment in Balancing Infection Control and Quality of Life.

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23rd June
2022

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NIHR funded research: Continence, dementia, and care that preserves dignity

Many people living with dementia have continence problems and need high quality, personalised continence care to have a good quality of life. Yet recent research has found deficits in professionals’ assessment and management of continence across the health and care system. 

22nd June
2022

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NIHR – What does it take to lead an integrated care system?

Are you interested in how Integrated Care Systems will work with social care, local authorities, private businesses, communities, and employers? If so this report might be interest.

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15th June
2022

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The NIHR Research for Social Care (RfSC) call is seeking to appoint social care researchers and practitioners to its Funding Committee.

The Research for Social Care (RfSC) Programme are seeking to appoint social care researchers and practitioners to join their funding committee. They are looking for applicants with expertise in social care policy and practice, participatory research and research involvement with charity, voluntary or third sector organisations. Closing date June 17th.

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15th June
2022

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NIHR – How to apply public involvement effectively to your research application  

Find out how to incorporate public involvement successfully into your research, and hear insights from a researcher and public involvement representative, at our webinar on 6 July 2022. This will cover NIHR’s definition of public involvement, guidance on co-producing a research project, what NIHR is looking for in public involvement, and more. Registration required.

14th June
2022

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NHS Think Ethics – have your say on ethics review for health and social care research

The Health Research Authority (HRA), working with partners in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, has launched a public conversation about how research ethics review could be changed to make it better for researchers, ethics committee members and people taking part in research. And we want to hear from you. Consultation runs until the 23 September 2022.

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10th June
2022

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National NIHR RDS Webinar: Research for Social Care (RfSC) Call 1 for ’22

Are you interested in submitting a social care research application to the NIHR RfSC? The NIHR are offering a webinar to support potential applicants in the current NIHR Research for Social Care (RfSC) call.

Date and time: Tue, 28 June 2022 – 11:00 – 12:30 BST

9th June
2022

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NIHR Research for Social Care (competition 5)

The NIHR Research for Social Care (RfSC) call is a bi-annual competition specifically for social care proposals. The aim of the RfSC call is to fund topics and research methodologies that increase the effectiveness of social care services, provide value for money and benefit service users and carers. Deadline September 14th.

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6th June
2022

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The Richmond Group Report: Physical activity and long term health conditions resources.

The Richmond Group of Charities have been working with our partners Mind, Parkinson’s UK, MS Society and Sport England to tackle physical inactivity amongst people with long term health conditions. We’ve delivered a number of projects, developed our insight and synthesised the findings into an Evaluation Report