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The JPND Action Group on palliative and end-of-life care has published its report.
Professor Claire Goodman, deputy director of the CLAHRC, was a member of the EU Joint Programme on Neurodegenerative Disease Research Action Group on Palliative and End-of- Life Care . The expert group met in Amsterdam and reported to the JPND Management Board in December 2014. This report brings together for the first time an analysis of gaps and collation of needs and opportunities for neurodegeneration research across JPND countries.
Julie Bounford and Elspeth Mathie blog on the PPI Toolbox which discusses it's future applications following advances in PPI research and it’s implementation. They also highlight the importance of developing partnerships to promote wider use of the Toolboxes and increase their overall effectiveness.
Non-Medical Profession Research Meeting 2015. Being a Clinical Health Researcher: Career Advice from the Front Line
The NIHR is hosting its 2nd Non-Medical Profession Research Meeting in Birmingham. The meeting is aimed at early career and aspiring researchers from the nursing, midwifery, allied health, pharmacy and healthcare scientist professions.
PhD Opportunity at UEA – Supporting acute hospital care for people with dementia through better training transfer
The PhD project will focus on making sure that a new recovery treatment ‘pathway’ for people with dementia who break their hips is followed, by looking at how training for hospital staff is translated into what actually happens on a ward. It will look at how the people involved, the ward environment and the training itself may help staff to deliver new guidelines, improve staff effort and how well they feel they can manage dementia.
Young People ReThinking Mental Health Research- Involving young people in mental health research
The NIHR is hosting an event on the subject of young people’s mental health research. The event will include a talk by Cynthia Joyce on why we need more research in to young people’s health and Professor Swaran Singh on Transitioning from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.