Behavioural Science Applied to Medicines Optimisation Challenges: Implementing Deprescribing – 29 October 2021
This webinar brought together 96 practitioners and researchers from across the globe to discuss the application of behavioural science to medication deprescribing challenges. The event showcased two studies, one completed and an ongoing programme of research, that have incorporated behavioural science to address deprescribing of medicines where the chance of harm outweighs any benefit. The webinar ended with a discussion between participants and speakers about the presented studies and to share learning and support cross-organisation working between researchers and practitioners.
The recording of this webinar is available here.
The presenter slides (PDF) can be downloaded.
Read the presenter biographies and access the resources shared by the presenters and attendees during the webinar.
For more information see the report on the event.
Learning from COVID-19: What could change for palliative care in care homes - 25th May 2021
This cross NIHR ARC care home network webinar on COVID-19 organised with NIHR ARC National Palliative and End of Life Care (ARC East of England and ARC South London) brought together practitioners from health and social care and all those interested in taking forward learning from the pandemic to support palliative and end of life care in care homes.
The webinar started with the experience of care home staff and how working with researchers made a difference. It then showcased two studies, one with emerging findings and one just starting. The final session was a discussion between participants and speakers to share learning, support cross-organisation working and enable researchers and practitioners to discuss what works for residents and staff.
Read the presenters biographies here and the blog sharing learning from this event.
Watch a recording of the webinar below:
Does Routine Social Care Data Exist? - 10 December 2020
What we learned at the routine data for applied social care research event
Every piece of social care data collected about an individual means something to that person and their family, making ‘routine data’ a misnomer. This was one of the insights from the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) West and Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) joint event held on 10 December.
See presentations from speakers covering a diverse range of tpics, including developing national social care and care home data sets, patient flow, social care analytics and individual-linked data here.
ARC East of England's Professor Claire Goodman also presented the DACHA (Developing resources And minimum data set for Care Homes Adoption) project.