Creating an Impact: Social Care Research in Practice
Date: 26th November 2014
Time: 10:00 - 16:30
This conference, jointly hosted by the Personal Social Services Research Unit at the LSE and the NIHR School for Social Care Research, will bring together learning and recommendations from just over two years of activity on knowledge exchange and impact in adult social care. The conference will present findings from a LSE HEIF 5-funded project, Creating an Impact: Social Care Research in Action (SCEiP), which aimed to: bring researchers and social care professionals together to identify key issues in social care and apply research evidence to those priority issues; further enhance dialogue between research, practice and policy stakeholders to support joint knowledge development and exchange; increase the demand for, and utilisation of, research evidence by professionals; and explore ways to demonstrate the impact of social care research.
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3rd ILPN Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-Term Care: Where Next for Long-Term Care Reform?
Date: 31st August - 3rd September 2014
Venue: London School of Economics
Following the success of the first two conferences in 2010 and 2012, this ILPN conference offers again an opportunity to debate with international academics, policy makers and other experts key policy issues related to organisation, delivery, funding and regulation of long-term care services.
For more information, please see the ILPN website.
Modelling costs and outcomes for dementia: MODEM project launch
Date: 15th May 2014, 13:30 - 16:00
Venue: NAB LG.08, New Academic Building, London School of Economics
Dementia – considered one of the leading challenges for the country as the population ages – has been flagged as a high priority for government, the NHS and local councils. Evidence suggests that there are currently 670,000 people with dementia in England, with annual costs of £23 billion with the contribution of family carers being valued at £8 billion.
In December, the G8 countries held a Dementia Summit in London. The joint declaration from the eight Health Ministers included a commitment “to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and their carers while reducing emotional and financial burden.”
This event launched a new collaborative study funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and the National Institute for Health Research.
Launch of the WHO Consultative Committee Report - Making Fair Choices on the Path to Universal Health Coverage
Date: 1st May 2014
Hosted by: LSE Health and Social Care and Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Venue: CLM.6.02, Clement House, Aldwych
Countries around the world are moving towards Universal Health Coverage. Along the way, they face difficult choices. The WHO Consultative Group on Equity and Universal Health Coverage has produced a report to offer guidance on how to make these choices fairly. This seminar presented the Group’s recommendations and offers reflection from leading academics and policy-makers in health policy.
School for Social Care Research (SSCR) Annual Conference
Date: 8th April 2014, 10am - 4:30pm
Venue: New Academic Building, London School of Economics
The School's Annual Conference provided an opportunity to hear about emerging evidence from SSCR’s commissioned studies and implications for adult social care practice. Further information can be found on the SSCR website.
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