ENRICHEnabling Research in Care Homes
The Alzheimer’s Society is open to receive applications funding across all areas of dementia that are considered the highest quality and of greatest relevance to people affected by dementia. The closing date is 16 September 2021.
Are you a member of adult social care staff or someone who has experience and/or knowledge of care work? If so, you are invited to participate in a survey, the results will inform the development of a measure of work-related quality of life for care workers, and will open up debate about working conditions and strategies for improving wellbeing at work in the adult social care sector in England.
Faculty of Social Sciences, School of Sociology and Social Policy (SSP), University of Nottingham are recruiting!
Applications are invited for the post of Research Associate in the Faculty of Social Sciences, School of Sociology and Social Policy (SSP), University of Nottingham. The research associate/fellow will be based in the Institute of Mental Health, one of the leading centres in mental wellbeing research and service development within the UK: https://www.institutemh.org.uk. If appointed, you will work closely with Professor Justine Schneider (School of Sociology & Social Policy) and Professor Martin Orrell (University of Nottingham Medical Faculty). Closing Date: Sunday, 11th July 2021
Retention and sustainability of social care workforce (RESSCW) UK-wide survey of frontline workers in adult social care
Are you a frontline worker in adult social care? If so, we would like to hear how the COVID-19 pandemic affected people’s experience of working in adult social care.
You are invited to join this free online event: ‘Learning from COVID-19: Research on visiting in care homes’. Hosted by the NIHR ARC care homes network, this webinar has been organised by NIHR ARC East of England and North West Coast, The webinar will take place on Tuesday 6th July 1 – 2.30pm. Registration through Eventbrite is required.
CoVE Package: COVID-19 Vaccine Education the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine for individual and societal health
Aaron Fecowycz, Learning Technologist at Health E-Learning and Media Team (HELM), University of Nottingham, would like to draw your attention to a new freely accessible training resource which has been developed within the University of Nottingham’s School of Health Sciences.
NIHR ARC North Thames Academy – Sharing your research: disseminating findings and using these in practice
NIHR ARC North Thames Academy – Sharing your research: disseminating findings and using these in practice. Thursday 24 June, 11am-12pm. Registration required.
NIHR Research Design Service London online social care workshop: Building capacity in social care research
NIHR Research Design Service London invite you to their upcoming free online social care workshop: Building capacity in social care research. The workshop will take place on the 12 July 2021 between 10.00am – 12.30pm. Registration required.
Find out how the National Institute for Health Research network can support you on your Social Care Research Journey. Join this free event on 12th July from 10:00am – 12:30. Registration required.
The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Kent, Surrey and Sussex invite you to attend their Social Care Evaluation Webinar. It will take place on the 16 June 2021 between 13:00 – 14:00. To book your place please register.