Presentation on theme: "The Institute of Nursing and Health Research. Centre for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Centre for Health & Rehabilitation Technologies."— Presentation transcript:
Centre for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Centre for Health & Rehabilitation Technologies Managing Chronic Illness Maternal, Fetal and Infant Research Person-centred Practice Head, Prof Roy McConkey Head, Prof Suzanne McDonough Head, Prof Vivien Coates Head, Prof Helen Dolk Head, Prof Brendan McCormack Institute Research Centres
Person-centred Practice Research Centre Institute of Nursing & Health Research
Person-centred Practice Research Centre: Work Strands The Provision of Care to Older People Person-centred Practice Development Methodology Development
Methodological Development Activity The International Practice Development Collaborative (IPDC): an international collaboration of key stakeholders involved in the advancement of practice development knowledge, skills and expertise. Key activities include a biennial conference, theory colloquia, collaborative research and collaborative writing. Knowledge Utilisation Colloquia: an international colloquium of key stakeholders involved in advancing the science and practice of knowledge use in practice – USA, Canada, UK, Sweden, The Netherlands and Australia.
PCP International Community of Practice– an international collaboration of researchers and clinicians interested in investigating the effectiveness of strategies used for getting research and knowledge into practice. Critical Creativity – a range of activities that focus on the advancement of transformational and holistic approaches to research, development and learning that integrate cognitive and creative methodologies and methods.
Project activity examples The FIRE [Framework for Translating Research into Practice] Project: EU (FP7) funded programme evaluating the effectiveness of facilitation interventions with a specific focus on getting best practice in continence care implemented in nursing homes (with Prof Kate Seers, Warwick University; Dr Jo Rycroft-Malone, Bangor University; Dr Gill Harvey, Manchester University; Dr Angie Titchen, Fontys University, The Netherlands; Prof Alison Kitson, University of Oxford; Dr Lars Wallin, Karolinska University, Sweden; Dr Karen Cox, Fontys University, The Netherlands; Prof Carol Estabrooks, University of Alberta, Canada).
Evaluation of CLAHRCS (Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care) in action: process, impact and theory development: NIHR SDO funded programme evaluating service/academia relationships [CLAHRCS] in England (with Prof Jo Rycroft-Malone, Bangor University; Dr Gill Harvey, Manchester University; Prof Carl Thompson, University of York; Prof Richard Baker, Leicester University; Prof Sue Dopson, University of Oxford; Dr Sophie Staniszewska, Warwick University; Prof Gavin Andrews, McMaster University; Prof Ian Graham, University of Quebec)
Advancing Knowledge Theory and model development/testing Instrument Development Practitioner-researcher development Facilitator and facilitation development (schools and programmes) Collaborative engagements with Health & Social Care colleagues New Roles – Clinical Associates New models of joint-appointments