Events

Learning from the impact of COVID-19 on visiting restrictions to care homes – members event

Section: Membership Location: Online Date of event: 29/04/2021 at 11.00-12.30

Join us for a members session with researchers from Scottish universities on the findings from their recent study.

In this 1.5 hour session, researchers from the University of Edinburgh, University of the West of Scotland, the University of Strathclyde and Iriss share learning from their ‘rapid COVID study’ funded by Chief Scientists Office.

This event will be an opportunity to learn and discuss findings from a report investigating the impact of COVID-19 care home lockdowns on families. The event is about continuing the conversation, with short inputs from the CSO research team on the impact of Phase 1 lockdown (May-Oct 2020) on family carers, and creative practices that have helped connect families.

Reports on the CSO-funded research are published on the Creative Covidcare website.

For information on the preliminary findings then please see the ALLIANCE Opinion Piece written by Professors Debbie Tolson and Lynn Jamieson, lead researchers on the project.

The ALLIANCE will be using Zoom for this event. The event is not designed to elicit personal information from participants, however, should you register to attend you must be aware that Zoom.us transfers personal data to the USA and that any personal data you choose to share will be transferred to a country that does not provide adequate protection and that no adequate safeguards aimed at providing protection for the data are being implemented.

This event will be conducted online. The event password and instructions will be sent in advance.

To indicate accessibility needs and register your place, please email Membership@alliance-scotland.org.uk

Event details

Location:Zoom
Date:29/04/2021
Time:11.00-12.30

For more details contact

Email address:membership@alliance-scotland.org.uk
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