Nchrdforum -- Mailing list for the National Care Home Research and Development Forum

 

About Nchrdforum
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The National Care Homes Research and Development Forum was established in 2003 to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to network, share information and ideas arising from their work. Members believe that the Forum has the potential to bring together a wealth of knowledge and talent and could exert a considerable influence on future research agendas for long-term care for older people.
The aims of the forum are to:
share personal experiences of conducting research in care homes to examine the issues and challenges that were encountered and how these were addressed
debate the (in)appropriateness of methodologies for researching in care homes and explore possibilities for methodological development
influence the national agenda on research and development in care homes identify and share information about sources of funding for research in this field
agree an ethical code of practice
provide support for post-graduate students

This mailing list is intended to be used by members of the forum to:
- foster dialogue between researchers and providers to create an evidence-base for practice
- enhance potential research collaboration between researchers and/or providers within the NCHRD Forum
- explore the research needs of providers and the opportunities to translate research into practice
- help identify and inform others of projects, conferences and events, and papers of interest
- influence the national agenda on research and development in care homes identify and share information about sources of funding for research in this field
- share personal experiences of conducting research in care homes to examine the issues and challenges that were encountered and how these were addressed
- debate the (in)appropriateness of methodologies for researching in care homes and explore possibilities for methodological development
- identify and promote ethical ways of conducting research in care homes
- provide support for post-graduate students

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