Read the latest blog by Prof Debbie Tolson and Prof Lynn Jamieson, based on our CSO study. https://www.alliance-scotland.org.uk/blog/opinion/care-home-lockdown-and-the-impact-on-families-what-hurt-what-helped-and-happens-next/
An event to share learning from the impact of Phase 1 visiting restrictions on the relatives of older care home residents, and continue the conversation with a focus on shared learning. The event will have short inputs from the CSO research team on the impact of Phase 1 lockdown on family carers, and creative practices. …
Iriss spoke with Jo Hockley, Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh and CSO research team member. Jo tells us about how care home staff and family carers responded throughout the first phase of lockdown, highlighting the creative and relationship-based practices that have helped.
Members of the research team, Dr George Palattiyil, Prof Lynn Jamieson and Dr Sarah Swift, spoke at a plenary session on 2 Feb 2020. This was called ‘Locked Out: The experiences of families of care home residents during Scotland’s first Covid-19 lockdown.’
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Mapping lockdown impact on families of care home residents