ENRICHEnabling Research in Care Homes
Are you interested in developing research that makes a difference?
Tested extensively by Applied Research Collaboration East Midlands teams and developed by our Knowledge Mobilisation Support team, our booklets will help research teams to get their work implementation ready – or to work on a journey towards this. Evidence based, they provide guidance and learning, with links to other useful resources.
This CRED talk showcases the best of this research in the UK, with a focus on practical take-home messages for people working in social care
Tech for Better Care: Funding available for new £2m programme
This guidance document is aimed at organisations that pay public contributors as part of their involvement in research. It is also intended for use by researchers and research staff with a responsibility for public involvement in research.
The NIHR is launching a new campaign calling on people to help shape the future by taking part in research that could one day help the NHS save lives.
Emel Yorganci would like to draw your attention to the following policy brief published by the Cicely Saunders Institute, King’s College London, led by Dr Lesley Williamson.
Policy Research Programme – National Evaluation of the Complete Community Care Programme – Population Health Approaches To Tackling Health Inequalities
The NIHR Policy Research Programme invites applications for a multi-phased research project. The project will aim to gain insight into how improvement happens in the social care sector and the impacts and outcomes from the national core improvement offer support provided to local authorities.
Applications invited for a single research project that will evaluate the Better Care Fund. The submission deadline for the application is 1pm, 11 July 2023.
There has been much research completed in the area of reminiscence therapy – The Royal Mint Museum is a registered charity and an accredited museum are offering care homes boxes that are free to loan and are used for reminiscence purposes.
Tickets are available for the 15th International Dementia Conference – Engaging Dementia. Tickets for people living with a dementia and their caregivers are free.