ENRICHEnabling Research in Care Homes
If you are interested in policy priorities for high-quality care in care homes, this webinar is for you.
Do you work in a care home for older people? The University of East Anglia are looking for any member of care-home staff (e.g., office, catering, ground/estates, care, manager) to take part in a survey about working during the pandemic.
If you are interested in care for older people, long-term care environments and innovative ways of engaging care homes with research then this will be of interest to you.
Are you interested in conducting research to evaluate the effectiveness, implementation, and impact of social care needs assessment in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland? If so, this call from the Health and Social Care Delivery Research (HSDR) Programme could be for you.
The National Institute for Health Research is inviting members of the public to join one of their national and regional committees who are responsible for making funding recommendations in health and social care research.
Aged ≥18yrs and have worked ≥8 shifts in a care home in the UK in the last four months
Employed in any job role in an older people’s care home (e.g., office, estates, domestic, caring, management)
The survey takes about 10-12 minutes to complete. It is available until 15 May 2022.
This guidance applies from 15 March 2022 and replaces previous guidance on care home visiting.
This guidance applies to all residential care homes. There is separate guidance for supported living and extra care settings.
The NIHR Research Design Service North West is offering this online event for health and social care professionals and researchers who want to develop and submit an application to one of the NIHR funding programmes.
Are you interested in submitting a health and social care grant application? Would you like your application reviewed by a group of experienced methodologists, clinicians and a lay representative, who will collectively critique the strengths and weaknesses of the application and provide feedback? Then this is the event for you.
Join the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) North Thames on 31st March at 12pm – 2pm to explore and discuss insights into the barriers of implementing evidence and how innovation in social care can be supported by research and collaboration.