ENRICHEnabling Research in Care Homes
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.
Are you a professional and/or researcher in the NHS, public health and social care, or an academic from a university in England?
If you are interested in developing and submitting an NIHR research funding application, this event is for you.
If you are an early career researcher looking to develop your career in dementia research, this might be for you.
Would you benefit from having your NIHR care home study reviewed by the Research Design Service?
If you are interested in reading the LTCcovid International report you can find the link here
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Derya Ozdemir Kaya from the University of Warwick invites you to join and help distribute a new study titled ‘Financial Impacts of Covid-19 on Care Homes (FICCH)’ funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
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Christina Castling, a playwright based in County Durham, is writing a new play that explores living and working in a care home.