In this blog Nathan Stephens discusses The Meeting Centre Support Programme, which also happens to be the focus of his PhD research.
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Meet new blogger Nathan Stephens. In his 1st blog Nathan shares his story from caring for loved ones living with dementia led him from a Sports Degree to being a PhD Student at Uni of Worcester.
In this blog Nathan Stephens discusses Public Patient Involvement, unpacking what that actually means in respect of other similar concepts such as participation and engagement, and how this works through the entire research cycle.
SROI is a mixed methods framework for measuring and accounting the social value developed by Social Value International. In this blog Nathan Stephens talks us through the stages and principles,
Nathan Stephens unpacks the complex topic that is males in care work, or more to the point the lack of them; and some key considerations in the area that are not just relevant to dementia care but to many workforces and society generally.
In this blog Nathan Stephens presents the debate in the area of evaluating complex interventions. Traditional techniques have there merits and are defensible choice, but are they the ‘best’?
In this blog Nathan Stephens discuss the progressive shift towards more equitable health systems and why now is a good time for change, arguing that research needs to align with what is known as, the shifting ‘political economy’.
In this blog Nathan Stephens shares a day in his life, have a read and have a walk in his shoes as he reflects on his day, life and studies in a very unique way