ENRICHEnabling Research in Care Homes
Christina Castling, a playwright based in County Durham, is writing a new play that explores living and working in a care home.
Equality and Diversity Issues in Care Homes Research by BSG Care Homes Research Special Interest Group
This event hosted by the British Society of Gerontology explores equality and diversity issues in care homes research.
Date and time: Tue, 25 January 2022 – 13:00 – 15:00 GMT.
We would like your views about what you would like to see on the ENRICH website
Is there someone you think deserves a care home award?
The Care Home Awards open for entries on October 1 each year, with a final deadline date for entries of January 31.
The Call for entries will close on January 31, 2022 and the judging will take place during February, March and April.
Health Services Research UK want to hear from you! The call for contributions is now open. You can submit a research presentation; a proposal for a workshop; or a proposal for a learning and development session. Submission by 7 January 2022.
If you are a researcher interested in health and social care, this NIHR funding call could be for you.
The Royal Mint Museum is helping care homes across the UK to stimulate conversation and fun among residents with their ‘Museum in a Box’ project.
This guidance applies from 15 December 2021 and replaces previous guidance on care home visiting.
Integrating health and social care has been an objective of national policy for more than three decades, read this practical guide gives some suggestions for partnership-working between the NHS and social care stakeholders.
The Vivaldi 3 study, conducted by the University of Birmingham in collaboration with University College London, is an integral part of the Vivaldi project which was set up in June 2020 to investigate SARS-CoV-2 transmission, infection outcomes and immunity in residents and staff in care homes in England. You can now access the latest results.