Decision on research projects recently considered i.e. on or after 23/2/2012

Recommended

Organisation:

Action on Hearing Loss

Person:

Rachel Calton / Melissa Echalier / Dr Pritti Mehta

Subject:

Sensory Services Survey 

Organisation:

National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi)

Person:

Rob Greig /Anita Wilkins / Helen Bowers/ Bill Love

Subject:

Employment support for disabled people; investigating the relationship between investment and outcomes

Organisation:

University of Bedfordshire

Person:

Dr Aisha Hutchinson / Dr Sarah Galvani / Dr Cherilyn Dance

Subject:

Alcohol and other drugs in social care practice: confirming the extent of employment-based training

Organisation:

University of Kent/QORU (PSSRU, University of Kent/LSE; Oxford University

Person:

Professor A Netten, Juliette Malley, Stacey Rand, Theresia Baumker, Julien Forder, 
Jose Luis Fernandez, Crispin Jenkinson 

Subject:

Identifying the impact of adult social care (IIASC) 

Organisation:

Skills for Care Ltd/ Learn to Care 

Person:

A. Crawford/ J. Edwards/ D. Figgett/ C. Reeves/ R. Firth/ K. Winspear/ 
K.Chamberlain / R. Mainwaring/S. Baird/ L Jones/ H. Kenny/ Z. Thomas

Subject:

Ascertaining an up-to-date picture of the support provided by Local Authorities to Individual Employers (people who pay for their own care and support via direct payment or other means) and their Personal Assistants (PAs) 

Organisation:

University of Birmingham

Person:

Dr Liz Hodges/ Professor Gary Thomas/ Dr Graeme Douglas/ Dr Liz Ellis

Subject:

The experiences of diagnosis for people with Usher syndrome 

Organisation:

Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU), University of Kent

Person:

Professor A Netten / Lisa Callaghan / Nadia Brookes 

Subject:

Outcomes, Processes and Costs of Shared Lives Stage 1 Scoping Survey 

Organisation:

CIRCLE (Centre for International Research in Care, Labour and Equalities)University of Leeds /Skills for Care Unit

Person:

Dr A. Wigfield / Dr G. Fry / Dr K.Wright/Liz Burtney 

Subject:

Workforce Development for Assisted Living Technology: understanding roles, delivery and workforce needs.

 

Organisation:

Coventry University, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Person:

Dr J. Woolham / Dr Guy Daly/ Dr Gill Furze

Subject:

Are Personal Budgets always the best way of delivering personalised social care services to older people? 

Organisation:

University of Leicester, Department of Health Sciences

Person:

Professor Andrew Wilson/K. Phelps/E.Regen/Dr MJ Bankart/Professor J Waring/Dr S Conroy/Dr R Bhamra/Professor R Baker/Dr J Banerjee/Dr S Rogers 

Subject:

Establishing System Change for Admissions of People 85+ (ESCAPE85+)

Organisation:

London School of Economics, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences 

Person:

Stephanie Kumpunen/ E.Courtin/ K Davaki/ M Tinelli/ L Trigg 

Subject:

Retirement Migrants and Entitlements to Long-term Care: A Study in England, France and Italy Activity 3.2 in Work Package 6 of the Evaluating Care Across Borders study 

Organisation:

University of Worcester, Institute for Health and Society/University of Kent/Bristol 

Person:

Dr Simon Evans/Professor Ann Netten/Robin Darton/Randall Smith/Jeremy Porteus/R Dutton/A Cameron/T.Baumker/T Whitehurst 

Subject:

Adult Social Care Settings and Environment (ASSET) 

Organisation:

University of York, Social Policy Research Unit (SPRU) 

Person:

Professor Caroline Glendinning/Dr Wendy Mitchell/Professor Bryony Beresford/ Dr Jenni Brooks/Dr Nicola Moran 

Subject:

Taking On and Taking Over: physically disabled young adults and their care and support arrangements 

 

Organisation:

HOST Policy Research 

Person:

Dorothy Berry-Lound / V Rowe / S Tate/ J Evans

Subject:

Evaluation of the Implementation of the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE) 

Organisation:

University of Kent, Tizard Centre

Person:

Dr Michelle McCarthy / Professor Glynis Murphy 

Subject:

Domestic violence and women with learning disabilities 

Organisation:

University of Kent, Tizard Centre/ Dimensions 

Person:

Peter McGill / Leah Vanono / Christopher Joyce 

Subject:

Preventing challenging behaviour of adults with complex needs.