Dying comfortably in very old age with or without dementia in different care settings – a representative “older old” population study

Dying comfortably in very old age with or without dementia in different care settings – a representative “older old” population study A new study from the University of Cambridge, supported by the CLAHRC EoE suggests that very old people are more likely to die comfortably if they die in a […]

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The ‘Usual Suspects’ – Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in DEMCOM

The ‘Usual Suspects’ – Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in DEMCOM by Dr Elspeth Mathie “No matter how complicated the research, or how brilliant the researcher, patients and the public always offer unique invaluable insights. Their advice when designing, implementing and evaluating research invariably makes studies more effective, more credible […]

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CLAHRC Research Features in Independent Review of NIHR Research on End of Life Care Services

CLAHRC Research Features in Independent Review of NIHR Research on End of Life Care Services An independent themed review  “Better Endings Right care, right place, right time” features a number of CLAHRC research projects as examples of evidence to support those delivering, planning or using end of life services. CLAHRC East of England Theme […]