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Investigating the long-term impact of interprofessional education (IPE) initiatives in care home settings (2024)
Report
Stephens, M., Kelly, S., Chadwick, A., Clark, A., Walker, S., & Chesterton, L. (2024). Investigating the long-term impact of interprofessional education (IPE) initiatives in care home settings. University of Salford: Health Education England

While emerging evidence suggests that IPE initiatives can have benefits in care homes, their lasting impact in this context remains unclear. This study investigated the long-term impact of IPE in five care homes in Greater Manchester, building upon a... Read More about Investigating the long-term impact of interprofessional education (IPE) initiatives in care home settings.

Long arm approaches to practice supervision for non-medical professions: A scoping review (2024)
Journal Article
Kelly, S., Stephens, M., Hubbard, L., Le Blanc, C., & Breeze, P. (2024). Long arm approaches to practice supervision for non-medical professions: A scoping review. Journal of Practice Teaching and learning, 20(3), https://doi.org/10.1921/jpts.v20i3.2007

In 2021, a feasibility study was conducted at the University of (identifier) called ‘(identifier)’, which responded to Health Education England’s (HEE) Enabling Effective Learning Environments (EELE) project call to develop more interdisciplinary pra... Read More about Long arm approaches to practice supervision for non-medical professions: A scoping review.

‘Not the last resort’: The impact of an interprofessional training care home initiative on students, staff, and residents (2023)
Journal Article
Kelly, S., Stephens, M., Clark, A., Chesterton, L., & Hubbard, L. (2023). ‘Not the last resort’: The impact of an interprofessional training care home initiative on students, staff, and residents. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 37(5), 774-782. https://doi.org/10.1080/13561820.2023.2168258

This paper reports on an innovative interprofessional education (IPE) initiative conducted in three care homes across Greater Manchester in the United Kingdom (UK). Students from a variety of professions including nursing, physiotherapy, social work,... Read More about ‘Not the last resort’: The impact of an interprofessional training care home initiative on students, staff, and residents.

A case study of implementing interprofessional education in care home settings (2022)
Journal Article
Stephens, M., Hubbard, L., Kelly, S., Clark, A., & Chesterton, L. (2022). A case study of implementing interprofessional education in care home settings. Working with Older People, https://doi.org/10.1108/WWOP-04-2022-0018

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to report on an interprofessional (IPE) student training scheme recently conducted in three care homes across the Northwest of England. The intervention was designed as a feasibility study to explore the impacts... Read More about A case study of implementing interprofessional education in care home settings.

‘I want every minute to be worthwhile now’: The views and experiences of people living with dementia and their care partners about returning to in-person group meetings after COVID-19 lockdown restrictions (2022)
Journal Article
Kelly, S., Bushell, S., & Innes, A. (2022). ‘I want every minute to be worthwhile now’: The views and experiences of people living with dementia and their care partners about returning to in-person group meetings after COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. Dementia, 21(8), https://doi.org/10.1177/14713012221118768

COVID-19 and the resulting limitations on freedom of movement has been difficult for many, including individuals living with dementia and those who provide support and care. In the summer of 2021, England’s national lockdown measures eased, and regul... Read More about ‘I want every minute to be worthwhile now’: The views and experiences of people living with dementia and their care partners about returning to in-person group meetings after COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.

SPARC 2021 - Against all odds : Salford postgraduate annual research conference book of abstracts (2021)
Book
Thomas, A., Ibrahim, A., Abraham, A., Halilu, A., Adeosun, A., Court, A., …Whitehead, H. (2021). H. Bury, S. Gowda, T. Ireland, L. Mitchell, E. Oginni, T. Poppelreuter, …D. Whitnall (Eds.), SPARC 2021 - Against all odds : Salford postgraduate annual research conference book of abstracts. Salford, United Kingdom: University of Salford

Welcome to the Book of Abstracts for the 2021 SPARC conference. Our conference is called “Against All Odds” as we celebrate the achievements of our PGRs and their supervisors, who have continued to excel despite the most challenging circumstances. Fo... Read More about SPARC 2021 - Against all odds : Salford postgraduate annual research conference book of abstracts.

NOT THE LAST RESORT: the impact of an interprofessional training care home on residents, care home staff, and students
Report
Stephens, M., Kelly, S., Clark, A., Granat, M., Garbutt, R., & Hubbard, L. NOT THE LAST RESORT: the impact of an interprofessional training care home on residents, care home staff, and students

Care homes are a fundamental part of the health and social care system, and with demand in the sector expected to increase, it is important to better understand how the sector can improve recruitment and retention, be sustainably staffed, and promo... Read More about NOT THE LAST RESORT: the impact of an interprofessional training care home on residents, care home staff, and students.