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Cross-CLAHRC Care Homes Research Event – working together to generate ideas and inform priorities

NIHR CLAHRCs and stakeholders together showcasing care homes research, generating ideas and informing the future This Cross-CLAHRC care homes research event bought together over seventy delegates representing care home owners and managers, CLAHRC researchers, charity representatives, health care professionals and lay groups. It was borne from the identification of ‘Care Homes’ as […]

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Cross-CLAHRC Care Homes Research Event

We're sorry, but all tickets sales have ended because the event is expired. Cross-CLAHRC Care Homes Research event22nd November 2017 – 23rd November 20177:00 pm – 4:30 pm Cross-CLAHRC Care Homes Research Event Main day: 23 November, registration from 9.30am Networking dinner: 22 November, 7pm WAITING LIST All places for this event are currently booked. If […]

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Awards for Positive Practice in Mental Health 2016

Positive Practice Awards 2016 – Nominations Now Open The Positive Practice in Mental Health is a user-led collaborative involving seventy organisations, including: Service user groups; NHS Trusts and Clinical Commissioning Groups; Police Forces; Third sector providers; and front line charities. The group identifies and share positive practice in mental health services by working together across organisations and sectors. They also work to […]

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CLAHRC EoE Researchers receive NIHR Senior Investigator award

Congratulations to Professor Claire Goodman and Professor Simon Baron-Cohen! We are very pleased to announce that two CLAHRC EoE researchers have received an NIHR Senior Investigator Awards, in the ninth round of the competition: Professor Claire Goodman – Claire is Professor of Health Care Research at the Centre for Research in Primary and […]

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Older care-home residents and the impact of research activity: A blog from the RReACH Seminar

“You must get our opinion because it’s very easy to assume”:  Older care-home residents and the impact of research activity A blog from the RReACH Seminar, 10 February 2016 In February, the CLAHRC-funded study, Residents Research-Active in Care Homes (RReACH), presented its experiences of collaborating with older care-home residents in […]

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Five Year Forward View for Mental Health Report

Five Year Forward View for Mental Health – A report from the independent Mental Health Taskforce to the NHS in England This independent report from the Mental Health Taskforce sets out the start of a ten year journey for that transformation, commissioned by Simon Stevens on behalf of the NHS. […]

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‘Older care-home residents can be successfully involved in the research process’ – findings from a systematic review

Older care-home residents as collaborators or advisors in research: a systematic review As part of the CLAHRC EoE funded study Residents Research-Active in Care Homes (RReACH), Tamaara Backhouse and a team of researchers at the School of Health Sciences, UEA have recently published their systematic review in the journal ‘Age and Ageing’. The […]

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NICE guideline on Disability, dementia and frailty in later life

NICE have published their guideline on “Disability, dementia and frailty in later life – mid-life approaches to prevention”. This guideline covers mid-life approaches to delay or prevent the onset of dementia, disability and frailty in later life, and aims to increase the amount of time that people can be independent, healthy […]

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