Tag Archives: Ethnographic Analysis

Exploration of Dementia Carers’ Lived Experience (BBC News / ARUK)

Summary Alzheimer’s Research UK commissioned Opinion Leader to investigate all aspects of the impact of caring for a relative with dementia. “Opinion Leader worked with families to produce a rich description of individual experiences, by conducting a series of four … Continue reading

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Long-Term Conditions: Ethnographic Approach Explores Patients’ Support Networks, Social Relationships and Coordination in Care Planning (NHS England / Ipsos MORI / NHS IQ)

Summary A recent opinion survey, conducted by the Ipsos Ethnography Centre of Excellence (ECE) on behalf of NHS Improving Quality’s Long Term Conditions Improvement Programme, shows that older people living with multiple long-term conditions are generally happy with NHS services … Continue reading

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NHS Culture, Patient Safety and Care Quality (Lancaster University)

Summary This report from Lancaster University investigates culture and behaviour in the NHS. It asserts that there are times when the quality of care in the English NHS may be compromised by a lack of clearly defined goals, over-regulation, and … Continue reading

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Paid Dementia Carers’ Perspectives: a Meta-Ethnographic Analysis (Canadian Geriatrics Journal)

Summary The authors of this article conducted a meta-ethnography of dementia care workers’ perspectives on their jobs, using a meta-ethnographic approach based on Noblit and Hare. Five themes identified include approach to care, education and training, emotional impact of the … Continue reading

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