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Emily Taylor (Student)
The population are ageing and it is estimated that by 2025 there will be a 25% increase in the number of people aged 65 and over living in the UK with disability compared with 2015. Promoting independence among older people and those living with frailty and multi-morbidity is a key outcome of health and social care policy and practice.
In 2018, the James Lind Alliance undertook a priority setting exercise. Priority twelve was “How do older people with multiple conditions perceive their independence? What are the important factors in maintaining this independence?” This PhD aims to identify what factors are associated with older people maintaining their independence using both quantitative, qualitative and integrative methods.
22 September 2020
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decision-making for patients and clinicians...
08 September 2020
The National Institute for Health Research Applied Research
Collaborations (NIHR ARCs) have secured £13.125 million...
27 August 2020
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Theme: CLAHRC - Person-Centred Care
Theme: ARC - Methods for Research & Improvement
A tool has been developed to support forecasting resource demand
and staffing capacity in NHS...