ENRICHEnabling Research in Care Homes
Guidance has been updated by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to support research funded by NIHR affected by COVID-19.
New COVID-19 guidance issued by the Department of Health and Social Care covering residential care.
The University of Hull is carrying out research to explore the experiences of GPs who visit and work in care homes for older people. The GP Care Home Survey is open for responses from GPs.
New findings: feasibility of conducting a trial of a full clinical medication review for care home residents with behaviour that challenges
A recently published paper in the BMC Health Services Research journal sets out findings from a study which explored the feasibility of conducting a trial of a full clinical medication review for care home residents with behaviour that challenges, combined with staff training.
A recent paper published in the BMC Health Services Research journal evaluated the implementation of a new Care Home Innovation Programme (CHIP) to reduce potentially avoidable hospital admissions.
The NIHR School for Social Care Research (NIHR SSCR) is seeking to appoint an individual to develop and manage the ENRICH Toolkit website.
Applications are due by 16.00 on 17 January 2020.
A new paper published by researchers at the University of Kent has compared the social care-related quality of life (SCRQoL) of residents in older adult care homes during office hours (0900 to 16.30) with outside of office hours (evenings and weekends).
NIHR-funded researchers have launched a new four-year study aiming to enhance how researchers and health and social care services can use existing data to improve the care and quality of life for care home residents, families and staff.
The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) has launched a new online course called ‘What is Health Research?’ The three week course is aimed at patients, public, carers and anyone with a keen interest in learning more about the world of health research.
New research led by Dr Kritika Sami at King’s College London has concluded that there is no universal ‘best time’ for people with dementia to move to a care home. The research was funded by the NIHR School for Social Care Research and drew on the experiences of people living with dementia and family carers as well as social workers and care home managers.