What's New on Our Website 

'What’s New on Our Website’ is a regular email to inform you of the latest news and events that have been posted on our website.This week's edition includes:
  • News: PhD Studentship Community Engagement and Health Improvement Opportunity.
  • Events: AgeNet Seminar Achieving inclusion for people living with dementia in hospital and at home; International Collaboration for Community Health Nursing Research International Symposium; DigiHealth UK Transforming Healthcare Delivery; Meeting the Palliative Needs of Children, Young People and their Families.


PhD Studentship Community Engagement and Health Improvement Opportunity

University of Glasgow

An exciting PhD studentship around community engagement and health improvement has just been advertised, examining the lived reality of community engagement and active citizenship for individuals with intellectual disabilities.The PhD cuts across social and health sciences which will provide opportunities for the student to develop research skills relevant to the study of socio-ecological influences on the health and well-being of disadvantaged populations.Start date: 3rd October 2016

For more information, please click here.


AgeNet Seminar Achieving inclusion for people living with dementia in hospital and at home

Tuesday 19 July 2016
University of Hertfordshire, College Lane, Hatfield

Speakers for the event are, Dr Caroline Swarbrick and Katie Davies, Dementia and Ageing Research Team (DART), (The University of Manchester) and Dr Marina Buswell, Bridget Russell and Melanie Handley, School of Health and Social Work, CRIPACC, (University of Hertfordshire). Attendance is free, and all are welcome.

For more information on the event and how to register find it on our website.

International Collaboration for Community Health Nursing Research International Symposium

15-16 September 2016
University of Kent, Canterbury

The overall aim of the symposium is to explore new models and ways of working for all nurses and other health and social care practitioners within a community orientated primary care context. There is an exciting programme of international speakers who lead on research and development of innovative models of care.  

For information, poster abstract submissions & registration please go to our website.

DigiHealth UK Transforming Healthcare Delivery

Thursday 20 October 2016
Manchester Conference Centre

Join the DigiHealth UK: Transforming Healthcare Delivery to hear from those leading the national agenda, and identify the key digital innovations that will transform the future of health services. Explore how health services can bridge the gap between the current pressures on the system and the plans for the NHS to become a world leader in the development and use of technology in health and social care.

For more information, and how to register and see who will be speaking please click here.

Meeting the Palliative Needs of Children, Young People and their Families

Thursday 27 October 2016
The Royal National Hotel, London

Palliative and End of Life Care in the UK has been improving and is regarded as one of the best in the world. However, several recent reports have highlighted some of the weaknesses in the system and areas that need to be addressed to ensure everyone approaching the end of life receives high quality, personalised care.

  • Hear what improvements have been undertaken to improve care
  • Gain insight into caring for a dying person
  • Hear about forward thinking practices in end of life care.

To register, please go to our website.

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