A series of events for the people of Medway and beyond to learn about our research
The Medway School of Pharmacy is hosting a series of events to showcase our research and to make it available to members of the public.
These events are supported by the University of Kent Public Engagement with Research Fund and Kent Health Strategic Research Development Fund.
They are open to all members of the public, health professionals, academics and students.
Downloadable research summaries
|Caring for people with dementia in care homes
24th June 2016
|Showcased our work exploring current practices in relation to behaviours that challenge, both locally and nationally. Potentially of interest to care home staff, people with dementia, their carers and relatives, health professionals and patient groups.|
|Designing a medicines support service for stroke patients
25th November 2016
|Showcased the studies carried out involving stroke survivors, including the KeMIST study. Potentially of interest to stroke survivors, their carers and staff working in stroke care.|
|Should you keep taking the medicines?
6th June 2017
|Highlighted the range of studies carried out in patient experiences of using medicines. Of interest to anyone using, prescribing or dispensing medicines.|
24th March 2018
|Joint event with Medway Neurological Network. Showcased the work in stroke, general medicines use and epilepsy. Of interest to anyone with an interest in neurological conditions.||To be updated|
|Passport to Life||To be updated||To be updated|
|Topic||Details||Downloadable research summaries|
|Caring for people with dementia in care homes - 24th June 2016||Showcased our work exploring current practices in relation to behaviours that challenge, both locally and nationally. Potentially of interest to care home staff, people with dementia, their carers and relatives, health professionals and patient groups.||Phase 1: Interviews with care home staff|
|Phase 2: Survey of care home staff Phase 3: Observations of care home practice Phase 4: Analysis of medicines use Phase 5: Interviews with relatives Overall Executive summary ‘So what’? Implications of the research|