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Research for Social Care Call - Social Care Advisory Committee Competition 2 Stage 1 Minutes

 

Contents

Research for Social Care Call

 

Social Care Advisory Committee Meeting

 

 

Minutes of the

Competition 2 Stage 1 Committee Meeting

held on Wednesday 18 March 2020

At Grange House, 15 Church Street, Twickenham, TW1 3NL

 

In attendance:

 

Professor David Abbott (Chair)

Professor Chris Hatton (Deputy Chair)

Dr Katie Baxter

Dr Jenni Brooks

Professor Julie Fish

Professor Claire Hulme

Dr Anne Killett

Mrs Debra Lennard

Dr Bryn Lloyd-Evans

Professor Jill Manthorpe

Dr Julie Ridley

Mrs Ann-Marie Towers

Ms Helen Weatherly

Dr Philip Whitehead

Dr Mark Wilberforce

Mr Keith Wyncoll

Associate Professor Ly-Mee Yu

 

 

Miss Emma Thompson (NIHR CCF)

Mr Ian Beason (NIHR CCF)

Mr Bryan Dar (NIHR CCF)

Dr Rifat Mahbub (NIHR CCF)

Mr Ben Morgan  (NIHR CCF)

Miss Saida Sheriff (NIHR CCF)

Professor Sue Ziebland (Programme Director)

Miss Leanne Dew (DHSC)

Miss Shola Radford (DHSC)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apologies were received from Professor Frank Keating.

 

 

1.

Stage 1 applications considered

 

 

1.1

NIHR201861: Sustaining locally-driven social care for those affected by dementia: A realist evaluation of successful Meeting Centres

 

Conflicts: Professor Chris Hatton, Dr Juliette Malley, Professor Jill Manthorpe

 

Final outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.2

NIHR201878: Developing a ‘trigger’ question for identification of gambling-related harms in three LA adult social care departments

 

Conflicts: Dr Kate Baxter, Professor Jill Manthorpe, Dr Mark Wilberforce, Professor Chris Hatton, Dr Juliette Malley

 

Final outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.3

NIHR201863: Mental capacity and personal finances: a qualitative study of assessment and support

 

Conflicts: Dr Mark Wilberforce

 

Final outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.4

NIHR201874: Community-Enhanced Social Prescribing: A Mixed Methods Feasibility Study

 

Conflicts: Dr Kate Baxter, Dr Bryn Llyod-Evans, Professor Chris Hatton, Dr Juliette Malley, Dr Julie Ridley, Ms Helen Weatherly and Dr Mark Wilberforce

 

Final outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.5

NIHR201852: Suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation and self-harm in parent carers

 

Conflicts: Professor Claire Hulme

 

Final outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.6

NIHR201868: Developing a parenting programme for improving health, social and criminal justice related outcomes for young fathers in prison and their children

 

Conflicts: Ms Debby Lennard

 

Final outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.7

NIHR201881: Promoting a social and rights-based approach to assessment under the Mental Health Act

 

Conflicts: Dr Kate Baxter, Professor Jill Manthorpe, Professor Chris Hatton

 

Final outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.8

NIHR201855: Examining Impact of Local Area Coordination as a Preventative Intervention in Adult Social Care

 

Conflicts: Professor Claire Hulme, Dr Phillip Whitehead and Professor Ly-Mee Yu

 

Final outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.9

NIHR201866: Social Workers in Primary Care Networks (PCNs) supporting adults with complex needs: An exploratory study

 

Conflicts: Dr Kate Baxter, Mrs Ann-Marie Towers, Professor Jill Manthorpe,

Dr Juliette Malley 

 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.10

NIHR201860: Investigating non-use of walking aids in relation to occurrence of falls in residential care homes.

 

Conflicts: Professor Chris Hatton

 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.11

NIHR201865: Better Progress: Building better career pathways and a more sustainable workforce in social care

 

Conflicts: Professor Jill Manthorpe

 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.12

NIHR201875: Co-design of a nutritional intervention to improve the protein intake for residents of care homes

 

Conflicts: Dr Jenni Brooks

 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.13

NIHR201879: Balancing the rights and needs of people with dementia and their carers: a mixed methods study

 

Conflicts: Professor Claire Hulme, Professor Ly-Mee Yu

 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.14

NIHR201882: Using novel tests within care homes to measure cognitive and physical risk factors and improve fall prediction accuracy

 

Conflicts: None

 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.15

NIHR201872: Supporting the spread of effective integration models for older people living in care homes: A mixed method approach

 

Conflicts: Professor Claire Hulme and Dr Juliette Malley

 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.16

NIHR201883: ‘Care 2 Move’: Can a staff training intervention to promote physical activity be delivered and robustly evaluated in care homes? A stakeholder led implementation planning and feasibility study

 

Conflicts: None

 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.17

NIHR201877: ROSALIN: Reducing Older people’s Social isolation And Loneliness by vIdeo techNology

 

Conflicts: Professor Ly-Mee Yu, Professor Jill Manthorpe

 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

 

 

1.18

NIHR201867: Couples not carers: how can mutually caring couples with advanced illness be better supported to maintain independence and avoid crises?

 

Conflicts: None

 

Outcome: Reject

 

 

1.19

NIHR201853: Interpreter-Mediated Mental Health Act Assessments

 

Conflicts: None

 

Outcome: Reject

 

 

1.20

NIHR201876: TRiM Study. Social Care Provision and understanding TRauma in SocIal Care Settings for Adults on the Autism SpectruM

 

Conflicts: Professor Chris Hatton

 

Outcome: Reject

 

 

1.21

NIHR201884: Turning points in care: Family experiences

 

Conflicts: Professor Chris Hatton

 

Outcome: Reject

 

 

1.22

NIHR201880: A Cohort Study into the Impact of Song Activity Association in Dementia Care

 

Conflicts: None

 

Outcome: Reject

 

 

1.23

NIHR201869: Developing social care provision within the prison service

 

Conflicts: Dr Kate Baxter, Professor Chris Hatton, Dr Mark Wilberforce

 

Outcome: Reject

 

 

1.24

NIHR201851: What barriers do people with rare dementias and their family carers experience in accessing post-diagnostic social care services, and how can a service checklist support improved access?

 

Conflicts: Professor Chris Hatton, Dr Mark Wilberforce

 

Outcome: Reject

 

 

1.25

NIHR201873: Co-production framework for promoting individual self-care capability, independence and vitality in ageing (Co-VITAL)

 

Conflicts: Professor David Abbott, Dr Juliette Malley

 

Outcome: Reject

 

 

1.26

NIHR201864: Evaluation and development of an enriched care management approach to improving quality of life for people living with dementia in the community

 

Conflicts: Dr Brynmor Lloyd Evans

 

Outcome: Reject

 

 

1.27

NIHR201871: Culturally competent person-centred dementia care within residential social care settings: developing and measuring interventions to support the social care workforce

 

Conflicts: None

 

Outcome: Reject