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Care planning for quality of life in care homes: a circle of care approach involving residents and their families.

April 21st, 2021|Categories: DACHA Blog|Tags: , , , |

Care planning for quality of life in care homes: a circle of care approach involving residents and their families. Ann-Marie Towers, Reader in Social Care and ASCOT Programme lead, Centre for Health Services Studies (CHSS), University of Kent. As the UK

“Realist syntheses without contextual comparison is unrealistic” – the utility of a realist synthesis when developing a care home minimum data set (MDS)

December 3rd, 2020|Categories: DACHA Blog|

“Realist syntheses without contextual comparison is unrealistic” – the utility of a realist synthesis when developing a care home minimum data set (MDS) Mr Massirfufulay Kpehe Musa, Research Fellow, The Centre for Research in Public Health and Community Care (CRIPACC), University

DACHA: AN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST’S PERSPECTIVE

July 21st, 2020|Categories: DACHA Blog|Tags: , , , |

DACHA: An Occupational Therapist’s Perspective Jessica Blake Senior Research Associate, University of Hertfordshire Occupational Therapist, East Coast Community Healthcare jessica.blake1@nhs.net July 2020 I work part-time as a community occupational therapist (OT), working with service users, including those living in care

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