Tue, Jul 11|
CRED Talk: Putting the Social into Social Care
Time & Location
Jul 11, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
About the event
Please click here to register for the event. Once you have registered you will be invited to the webinar, which will take place via Microsoft Teams.
People working in social care make a huge difference to people’s everyday quality of life, supporting them to be who they want to be and to live lives that bring them meaning and joy. Emerging research is starting to reveal what’s important to people whose voices are often not heard, and how people working in social care can support high quality living even when health and care needs are very complex.
This #CRED talk showcases the best of this research in the UK, with a focus on practical take-home messages for people working in social care.
This #CRED talk will bring you up to date with the latest evidence and associated learning resources in care home and domiciliary settings, with the aim of supporting you in the work that you do.
We will be hearing from:
Chair: Professor Deborah Sturdy, England's Chief Nurse for Adult Social Care
Adeela Usman, Doctoral Fellow at the University of Nottingham: QUINCE study: How quality of life is described and can be delivered in care homes
Dr Kellyn Lee, WISER Health and Social Care, and Dr Jane Frankland, University of Southampton: Material Citizenship training: how thinking about everyday objects differently can improve quality of life in care homes
Bryony Beresford, Professor of Health and Care Services Research, University of York: Behind the scenes: organisational features and practices which support and nurture relationship-centred homecare
Please join us in creating a credible platform for social care research education and debate #CREDTALKS.