RDF19 Speaker Details
The NHS R&D Forum are delighted to announce the following speakers for RDF19, The 2019 Annual NHS R&D Forum. RDF19 will be held at the Hilton Metropole in Brighton from the 12th-14th May 2019. The Annual NHS R&D Forum is one of the largest gatherings of R&D Directors, Managers, Administrators and related functions in the UK. RDF18 saw over 600 people attend the 2 day conference with 60 speakers, over 60 posters and more than 20 exhibitors.
Job Title: Research Fellow at the Health and Social Care Workforce Research Unit (HSCWRU)
Organisation: King’s College London
Caroline Norrie is an experienced researcher whose interests include: older people and care homes; adult safeguarding; interprofessional working; gambling-related harm; and professional migration. Caroline is a Research Fellow at the Health and Social Care Workforce Research Unit (HSCWRU) in the Policy Institute at King’s College London (KCL). Caroline has recently been involved in three studies. The first is a study about gambling-related harm and recent migrants to England. The second is a DH-funded study examining personal assistants’ perspectives on their role and working conditions. The third study is examining handovers at shift change over for older people in care homes. Caroline is Chair of the KCL Geography, Global Affairs, Social Science, Health and Medicine Research Ethics Panel. She is Joint Book Review Editor for Ageing and Society and convenor of the HSCWRU International Workforce Research Seminar Series. Caroline joined the NIHR RDS as an advisor specialising in social care at the start of this year.