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Free to Attend! Enhanced health in care homes

The NCHR&D Forum at City, University of London is pleased to host the next meeting of NCHR&D forum in collaboration with NCF.

3rd July 10-16:00 2018.

Speakers:     Lesson learnt from the Optimal Study

City, University of London; The School of Health Sciences is pleased to host the next meeting of NCHR&D Forum in collaboration with NCF. Speakers include international research leads on “Enhanced health in care homes” and discussion will be led by senior leaders in the care home sector.

Optimising NHS service delivery to care homes: a realist evaluation of the features and mechanisms that support effective working for the continuing care of older people in residential settings

Professor Claire Goodman – University of Hertfordshire

Lessons learnt from the PEACH Study

Proactive health care of older people in care homes using quality improvement methodology to bring about Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment

Professor Adam Gordon – University of Nottingham

Lessons learnt from the Vanguards

New care models: The framework for enhanced health in care homes

William Roberts – Head of Health and Social Care, Innovation Unit, Former National Care Homes Lead – NHS England

Responders: Discussion will be led by care home providers (TBA)

Workshop: Co-creating a minimum data set for care homes

Professor Claire Goodman – University of Hertfordshire

City University of London

The Northampton Suite
City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB

https://www.city.ac.uk/events/2018/july/enhanced-health-in-care-homes

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Julienne Meyer CBE     (City, University of London)  and Sharon Blackburn CBE (National Care Forum)

The NCHR&D Forum at City, University of London was established in 2003 and seeks to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to network, share information and ideas arising from their work. It led the research that underpins My Home Life (www.myhomelife.org.uk), an internationally recognised initiative to promote quality of life in care homes.  The National Care Forum co-founded My Home Life and has been actively promoting quality care through the not-for-profit care sector for over 20 years.

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