ENRICHEnabling Research in Care Homes
Care Home Research Event
Researchers have developed the first reliable test for dementia in people with hearing loss. The test is an adapted version of a standard test for dementia. It is accurate in people with and without hearing loss.
The NIHR has launched a new £10m funding programme focused on social care research. The new programme will fund research which generates evidence to improve, expand and strengthen the way social care is delivered for users of care services, carers, the social care workforce, and the public.
A new therapy which uses virtual reality helped many people with psychosis manage excessive anxiety which prevents them leaving home (agoraphobia).
The NIHR is working on an exciting new project to look at how Join Dementia Research can be improved for people taking part in dementia studies.
ENRICH Scotland knows that research can seem a daunting topic, and that there are a lot of misconceptions about what it is like to live and work in care homes. Therefore, ENRICH Scotland hopes that the short film will spark conversations about getting involved and ultimately improving the way it enables research.
For those who wanted to but could not attend the ARC Wessex CRED talk ‘putting the social back into social care’ we have recorded it!
A new major study investigating how music therapy can reduce patient distress and physical assaults on NHS inpatient wards for people with dementia.
Free care-homes research events that are taking place over the next couple of weeks brought to you by The British Society of Gerontology.
The DACHA (Developing resources and minimum data set for care homes’ adoption) study are delighted to host a new lunchtime webinar series consisting of four webinars. In each webinar, we will have 3-4 presentations around specific DACHA topic areas. All researchers have strong links with the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration and are based at one of the DACHA study’s partner universities.