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Older adult forensic mental health patients’ views on barriers, facilitators and ‘what works’ to enable better quality of life, health and wellbeing and to reduce risk of reoffending and harm to self and others (2022)
Preprint / Working Paper
Walker, K., Yates, J., Dening, T., Vollm, B., Tomlin, J., & Griffiths, C. Older adult forensic mental health patients’ views on barriers, facilitators and ‘what works’ to enable better quality of life, health and wellbeing and to reduce risk of reoffending and harm to self and others

Introduction Research evidence that can inform service provision and treatment requirements for older (aged 55 years and above) forensic mental health patients is lacking, particularly that which is based on patients’ own preferences and experience... Read More about Older adult forensic mental health patients’ views on barriers, facilitators and ‘what works’ to enable better quality of life, health and wellbeing and to reduce risk of reoffending and harm to self and others.

USING INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS TO SHAPE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION INTO CARE HOMES IN BRAZIL: A WHITE PAPER (2020)
Journal Article
Jacinto, A. F., Achterberg, W., Wachholz, P. A., Dening, T., Dening, K. H., Devi, R., …Gordon, A. (2020). USING INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS TO SHAPE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION INTO CARE HOMES IN BRAZIL: A WHITE PAPER. Journal of Nursing Home Research, 6(109-113), https://doi.org/10.14283/jnhrs.2020.28

The Brazilian care home sector is underdeveloped, and the limited available evidence suggests that care quality falls below international standards. Development of the Brazilian care home sector could be associated with better outcomes for those rece... Read More about USING INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS TO SHAPE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION INTO CARE HOMES IN BRAZIL: A WHITE PAPER.

Setting Priorities to Inform Assessment of Care Homes’ Readiness to Participate in Healthcare Innovation: A Systematic Mapping Review and Consensus Process (2020)
Journal Article
Bunn, F., Goodman, C., Corazzini, K., Sharpe, R., Handley, M., Lynch, J., …Gordon, A. L. (2020). Setting Priorities to Inform Assessment of Care Homes’ Readiness to Participate in Healthcare Innovation: A Systematic Mapping Review and Consensus Process. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(3), Article 987. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17030987

Organisational context is known to impact on the successful implementation of healthcare initiatives in care homes. We undertook a systematic mapping review to examine whether researchers have considered organisational context when planning, conducti... Read More about Setting Priorities to Inform Assessment of Care Homes’ Readiness to Participate in Healthcare Innovation: A Systematic Mapping Review and Consensus Process.

Optimal healthcare delivery to care homes in the UK: a realist evaluation of what supports effective working to improve healthcare outcomes (2018)
Journal Article
Gordon, A. L., Goodman, C., Davies, S. L., Dening, T., Gage, H., Meyer, J., …Zubair, M. (2018). Optimal healthcare delivery to care homes in the UK: a realist evaluation of what supports effective working to improve healthcare outcomes. Age and Ageing, 47(4), 595-603. https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afx195

Introduction: care home residents have high healthcare needs not fully met by prevailing healthcare models. This study explored how healthcare configuration influences resource use. Methods: a realist evaluation using qualitative and quantitative... Read More about Optimal healthcare delivery to care homes in the UK: a realist evaluation of what supports effective working to improve healthcare outcomes.

Optimal NHS service delivery to care homes: a realist evaluation of the features and mechanisms that support effective working for the continuing care of older people in residential settings (2017)
Journal Article
Goodman, C., Davies, S. L., Gordon, A. L., Dening, T., Gage, H., Meyer, J., …Zubair, M. (2017). Optimal NHS service delivery to care homes: a realist evaluation of the features and mechanisms that support effective working for the continuing care of older people in residential settings. Health Services and Delivery Research, 5(29), https://doi.org/10.3310/hsdr05290

Background: Care homes are the institutional providers of long-term care for older people. The OPTIMAL study argued that it is probable that there are key activities within different models of health-care provision that are important for residents’ h... Read More about Optimal NHS service delivery to care homes: a realist evaluation of the features and mechanisms that support effective working for the continuing care of older people in residential settings.

Effective health care for older people living and dying in care homes: a realist review (2016)
Journal Article
Goodman, C., Dening, T., Gordon, A. L., Davies, S. L., Meyer, J., Martin, F. C., …Zubair, M. (in press). Effective health care for older people living and dying in care homes: a realist review. BMC Health Services Research, 16(269), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-016-1493-4

Background: Care home residents in England have variable access to health care services. There is currently no coherent policy or consensus about the best arrangements to meet these needs. The purpose of this review was to explore the evidence for ho... Read More about Effective health care for older people living and dying in care homes: a realist review.