Supporting the Enabling Research in Care Homes Toolkit: Hourly-paid Appointment

Supporting the Enabling Research in Care Homes Toolkit: Hourly-paid Appointment

NIHR SSCR is seeking to appoint an individual to develop and manage the Enabling Research in Care Homes (ENRICH) Toolkit website (

The ENRICH toolkit identifies the principles that should guide research in care homes and signposts those involved in research in care homes to detailed sources of information. As well as the toolkit, the ENRICH website includes case studies, news and a blog to showcase research within care homes in the UK.

The ENRICH website is managed by NIHR SSCR. The ENRICH Research Ready Network is supported by the NIHR Clinical Research Network (NIHR CRN) and brings together care home staff, residents and researchers to facilitate the design and delivery of research.

This is an hourly-paid appointment for between 5 and 10 hours per week.

NIHR SSCR would be happy for an individual to take on this role as part of their continuing professional development or education, and to discuss how this might be managed with the successful applicant.

Further details are set out in the ENRICH hourly-paid position advert (PDF).

Application is by covering letter and CV to NIHR SSCR by 16.00 on Friday 17 January 2020.

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

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