CONTRIBUTING TO RESEARCH

From the outset we have been contributing to research as we believe research enhances our understanding of needs, the impact and effectiveness of services and  informs strategies, policies and service development and delivery. Below are examples of some of our efforts:

In 1992 we asked students from Stockport College to carry out a survey on ‘Asian Elders’ to inform our work and those of commissioners and other providers.

Mental Health Social Work in General Practice, July 1996

  • consultancy input on minority ethnic communities

Extending a helping hand
Paul Simic, University of Manchester and Ismail Lambat in Community Care, 2-8 October 1997

  • an article on work carried out by the Project to support South Asian families to prevent abuse of older persons

Modification of brief cognitive assessments for use with elderly people from the South Asian sub-continent, G Rait, M Morley, I Lambat and A Burns, in Ageing and Mental Health (1997); 1(4); 356-363

Quality at home for older people
Raynes N et al, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2001

  • served on the steering group and organised a focus group

Clear Voices - A good practice guide to involving older people and carers in strategic planning and service development, Scott J, Bhaduri R and Sutcliffe C, PSSRU, University of Manchester, 2004

  • organised a reference group

Integrated Management of Depression in the Elderly, ed. C. Chew-Graham, R. Baldwin and A. Burns. Cambridge University Press (2008).

  • commentary on a case study

Self care and care management in long term conditions, PSSRU, University of Manchester, 2009

  • provided advice and organised a focus group

CLARC Project - understanding the care needs of people with diabetes, heart and kidney disease, University of Manchester, 2009

  • provided advice and organised a focus group

NIHR Research for Patient Benefit - Recognition of and consultation for memory problems among South Asian elders: literature review and face to face interviews to study explanatory models - led by Dr Nitin Purandare, University of Manchester, 2010

  • LMCP is a collaborator in this successful bid and will support the research though a place on the steering group

 


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