The Development of a Care Home Data Platform in Scotland

Insights from the Care Home Innovation Partnership, Lothian – first posted in August 2020 ABSTRACT “Care homes collect a large amount of data about their residents, and the care provided, but there is a lack of consistency in how this information is collected. There is also a need to minimise the burden of data collectionContinue reading “The Development of a Care Home Data Platform in Scotland”

Developing resources And minimum data set for Care Homes’ Adoption study (DACHA)

The four-year project started in November 2019. The 14 collaborators come from seven ARCs, nine universities, the National Care Forum, The Health Foundation, and the Alzheimer’s Society Research Network. It is divided into five work packages. Research in and with care homes. You can read more about Work Package 1 here. Creation of an individualContinue reading “Developing resources And minimum data set for Care Homes’ Adoption study (DACHA)”