Recommendations for research

Recommendations for research

The guideline committee has made the following recommendations for research.

Key recommendations for research

1 Whole family approach to carer's assessment

What is the effectiveness, cost effectiveness and acceptability of the whole family approach to carers' assessments?

For a short explanation of why the committee made the research recommendation on whole family approach to carers' assessment see rationale and impact.

Full details of the research recommendation are in evidence review C: assessment of carers as defined by the Care Act 2014.

2 Support for carers to return to work, employment or training

What is the effectiveness of personal health and social care budgets in supporting carers to return to work, education or training?

For a short explanation of why the committee made the research recommendation about support for carers to return to work, employment or training see rationale and impact.

Full details of the research recommendation are in evidence review D: work, education and training.

3 Training for carers to reduce caring-related incidents

What training, support or interventions help to reduce caring-related accidents or incidents?

For a short explanation of why the committee made the research recommendation about training for carers to reduce caring-related incidents see rationale and impact.

Full details of the research recommendation are in evidence review E: providing training for carers to provide practical support.

4 Practical support through carer passport schemes

What is the effectiveness, cost effectiveness and acceptability of carer passport schemes?

For a short explanation of why the committee made the research recommendation about practical support through carer passport schemes see rationale and impact.

Full details of the research recommendation are in evidence review F: providing practical support for adult carers.

5 Practical support for carers through social prescribing

What is the effectiveness, cost effectiveness and acceptability of social prescribing for carers?

For a short explanation of why the committee made the research recommendation about practical support for carers through social prescribing see rationale and impact.

Full details of the research recommendation are in evidence review F: providing practical support for adult carers.

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