ENRICHEnabling Research in Care Homes
The Guardian published an article today discussing a care home project showing how mundane tasks like collecting breakfast trays and polishing is good for residents’ wellbeing.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) South West Peninsula – or PenARC are hosting a webinar in which Prof Adam Gordon will reflect on the lessons for research conducted with and by the care home sector during the pandemic, and what we can learn from this as we approach some normality during the process of 2021.
Long-Term Care – COVID have published an international ‘living report’ to be regularly updated providing an overview of data and policies in relation to COVID-19 vaccinations for people who use and provide long-term care.
THIS Institute seeks an experienced researcher to lead COVID-19 – care homes and primary care study
The WHELD programme is an evidence-based programme that helps care home staff deliver person-centred care to people living with dementia
The Clinical Research Network (CRN) East Midlands are working in collaboration with the University of Lincoln on a programme of work to develop social care research culture and research capacity in the area.
You can now register your interest for the ‘Essential Guide to Grant Applications’ masterclass taking place from Tuesday 2nd to Thursday 4th March 2021 on our Eventbrite page.
The NIHR are offering Doctoral Fellowships for Local Authority and LA Commissioned Service Based Individuals
The National Institute for Health Research are offering a new and exciting opportunity for all individuals based within local authorities or local authority commissioned services, but especially for those without social worker or clinician status.
The NIHR are offering Pre-doctoral Fellowships for Local Authority and LA Commissioned Service Based Individuals
The National Institute for Health Research are funding a completely new and exciting pre-doctoral opportunity for all individuals based within local authorities or local authority commissioned services, but especially for those without social worker or clinician status.
The Department of Health and Social Care guidance applies from 2 December 2020 and supersedes previous guidance on visiting policies for care homes.