Cultivating Compassion Awareness Toolkit (King’s College London)

Summary

The “Cultivating Compassion Awareness Toolkit” has been designed to help enhance compassion in practice, mainly for care homes. It aims to raise the ability of staff to make patients, families and colleagues feel more cared for and respected. The following presentation offers an overview.

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Reference

Moriarty, J. Manthorpe, J. [and] Cornes, M. [et al] (2014). A dose of compassion? Margaret Butterworth Care Home Forum longitudinal care work study. London: The Social Care Workforce Research Unit at King’s College London, November 2014.

The Social Care Workforce Research Unit at King’s College London are conducting a Longitudinal Care Work Study (LoCS).

Readers may also be interested in the Cultivating Compassion Toolkit website / blog.

Ambiguities in People’s Understanding of the Dementia Care Pathway (Conceptual Exploration)

An article by the same author(s):

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Reference

Samsi, K. [and] Manthorpe, J. (2014) Care pathways for dementia: current perspectives. Clinical Interventions in Aging, November 2014, Vol.2014(9), 2055-2063.

SCWRU’s Longitudinal Care Work Study (LoCS) Seminar

A seminar / conference report of likely interest from SCWRU (the Social Care Workforce Research Unit at King’s College London):

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Reference

Manthorpe, J. [and] Harris, J. [eds] (2014). Longitudinal Care Work Study (LoCS) Expert Seminar, September 24th 2014. (King’s College London). London: Social Care Workforce Research Unit (King’s College London), November 2014.

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