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Autumn Symposium of the British Society of Gerontology’s Care Homes Research Special Interest Group: Turning Care Homes Research into Practice: How Can Care Homes Research Have More Positive Impact on Everyday Care Home Practice?
Event Type:
Webinar
Date:
25 November 2022
Much care homes research has clear implications for care homes policy and practice. However, many researchers struggle to disseminate their findings in ways that allow effective translation into real-world impact, whilst care providers struggle to find the evidence they need to inform their practice. The aims of this event are to identify key barriers and facilitators to translating care homes research into practice, and consider what actions we can take to maximise the positive impact of care homes research on everyday care home practice. This event will feature presentations from our expert panellists, who will each share their insights into how we could more effectively translate care homes research into policy and practice. o Professor Adam Gordon: Professor of the Care of Older People, University of Nottingham o Nuno Lopes (Director of Care) and Rosalind Gray (Head of Therapies), Nightingale Hammerson, care providers o Dr Kellyn Lee: Project Officer for ENRICH and Research Fellow at the University of Southampton o Glen Garrod: Executive Director of Adult Care and Community Wellbeing for Lincolnshire Country Council The event will also include opportunities for attendees to discuss and share their views on what could be done to maximise the impact of research on care homes practice and policy. This free event is open to anyone with an interest in care homes research. It will be of particular interest to those who: ? Conduct care homes research ? Work or volunteer in the care homes sector ? Support others to plan and conduct care homes research ? Commission, fund, or evaluate care homes research ? Develop or regulate care homes policy
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